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Friday Five — May 31, 2019 | Red Hat

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If the success of the open source company Red Hat can be ascribed to one thing, it’s the Enterprise Linux operating system that it releases. The company recently unveiled the general release of the latest version, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8, and it serves as a bellwether for how software development has changed over the years.

We’re pleased to announce the completion of open sourcing the family of 3scale API Management products. We invite you to come visit the open source community at 3scale.github.io, or see the actual code modules at github.com/3scale.

Each year, we recognize Red Hat Certified Professionals who demonstrate ingenuity, hard work and expertise by making a difference in their organizations. We’re proud to announce that Jason Hiatt, lead infrastructure developer at OneMain Financial, has been named the 2019 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year.

Cepsa, a Spanish energy company, chose to collaborate with Red Hat to gain greater speed, scalability and efficiency to adapt to changing competitive landscape and customer needs. This is a cross-functional project involving several teams, and Cepsa is keen to promote closer collaboration and embrace a DevOps methodology.

Companies should be pursuing artificial intelligence (AI) now or risk falling behind competitors that are taking the long-hyped technology more seriously, according to new research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. This report shares insights from more than a dozen top chief information and digital officers and AI experts, offering lessons from real-world AI case studies from Adobe, 7-Eleven, Capital One, and more.

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