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.
Red Hat Storage One is designed to provide more of a plug-and-play approach to the procurement, deployment, and performance tuning of software-defined storage, ushering in a new wave of enterprise storage to meet the varying demands of modern workloads.
The Vault Operator aims to make it easier to install, manage, and maintain instances of Vault – a tool designed for storing, managing, and controlling access to secrets, such as tokens, passwords, certificates, and API keys – on Kubernetes clusters. By releasing the Vault Operator as an open source project, Red Hat now aims to enable ISVs and IT organizations to use Vault as a managed service in their own environments, powered by automated operations.
Intelligent Tech Channels – BPM, mobile, IoT driving investment in field ops, Red Hat and Vanson Bourne
Field workers are now at the forefront of digital transformation where artificial intelligence, smart mobile devices, the Internet of Things and business process management technologies have created new opportunities to better streamline and transform traditional workflows and workforce management practices.
Open source is becoming the innovation engine for technology. “If you look at where innovation is happening in the cloud, in infrastructure or with containers – or with big data or artificial intelligence – all the innovation is occurring in open source communities.”
To keep pace with orders, automobile parts manufacturer Asahi Tekko Co., Ltd., needed to speed workflows without expanding its physical footprint. With help from Red Hat Consulting, Asahi Tekko used enterprise open source solutions from Red Hat to create an Internet of Things (IoT) mechanism and business rules engine for automated data collection and real-time insight into machine operations.
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