The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat® blog post with 5 of the week’s top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.
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One of the goals of the Open Brand Project, our open initiative to update and simplify our corporate logo and brand system, is to gather as many ideas and as much feedback as possible as we move through the creative process. We want to do this because we know that the best results emerge when you’re able to gather and test a lot of ideas from many people across diverse groups. It’s the open source way, it’s the Red Hat way.
Worldwide spending on information technology is expected to reach $3.7 trillion in 2018, representing a 6.2% increase over last year. Spending on enterprise software is expected to reach $391 billion in 2018, representing an 11.1% increase over last year and the highest growth market in IT spending for 2018, according to Gartner Inc.’s latest spending report.
As enterprise IT footprints expand to encompass a spectrum of environments, from bare metal to private and public clouds, organizations are frequently seeking to pair existing infrastructure and application investments with emerging digital technologies. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 can help enterprises address this challenge by reducing infrastructure complexity and associated costs while easing the management of hybrid IT environments.
Pioneer Corporation, a leader in the car electronics industry, is the provider of Super Route Finder, the first service that lets drivers take advantage of cloud resources when searching for routes in their cars’ navigation systems. To create this service, Pioneer used Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to support container-based route searches.
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