Red Hat Research is excited to share its new series of research posters designed to visually share details of 17 active research collaborations and spur new collaborations between Red Hat engineers and existing project teams. The posters have been printed for display...
This blog post spotlights Isaiah Stapleton, a Software Engineering Intern. Isaiah shared with us his interest in kernel development and his insights on the benefits of open source culture, dealing with imposter syndrome, and more.
In this report, we benchmark the performance of various tunneling technologies to provide directions on their use in multi-cloud deployments. Based on the various experiments conducted on three different testbeds, we present quantifiable data which can be leveraged by operators and providers tasked with design and development decisions of multi-cloud providers and orchestrators.”
Red Hat Project Security engineers Haim Krasniker, Or Asaf, and Luiza Nacshon have completed the first Red Hat Beyond-Cyber-01 course with MTA (The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo). The course took place in the Ra’anana Red Hat Office, which allowed teachers and students the opportunity to collaborate face to face.
by Anna Sandler - Software Quality Engineer, OpenShift Storage at Red Hat and Luiza Nacshon - Senior Security Engineer, Managed Services at Red Hat We began this project just over a year ago with a vision of combining knowledge in security, OpenShift, and...
In August 2021, a team of graduate students from Reichman University, a leading research university in Israel, started working on the TCP project under the guidance of senior engineers from Red Hat.
As part of our OpenInfraLabs collaboration with Red Hat’s CTO team on the Mass Open Cloud initiative (MOC), we get to do new innovative things for the first time.
The first Tel Aviv Red Hat Research Day event took place on March 2nd. During this session, Dr. Ilya Kolchinsky outlined the most critical challenges faced by the currently available data processing technologies.
An internship is a great opportunity for a company to evaluate candidates in a time-limited job role, but it is also a chance for interns to learn, gain work experience, and evaluate that company as a potential future employer; this is an equally important part of the position.
During the summer semester of 2020, Red Hat’s Beyond platform offered a class on open source development in conjunction with Efi Arazi School of Computer Science at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) of Herzliya, Israel’s only private university.