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.
- Container Journal - Red Hat Pushes OpenShift to the Network Edge
- Cloud7 - Latest Trends in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Podcast #12 w/ Ron Pacheco)
- The State of Customer and Partner Experience 2022: Looking to the future
- The Enterprisers Project - Pillars of resilient digital transformation: New HBR Analytic Services report
- Compiler: Re:Role | The Sysadmin And The Script
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The Confidential Containers (CoCo) project aims to implement a cloud-native solution for confidential computing using the most advanced trusted execution environments (TEE) technologies available from hardware vendors like AMD, IBM and Intel.
Recently, the first release of the project (version v0.1.0) was announced, allowing developers to find a solid base for contributing features for future releases. The community recognizes that not every developer has access to TEE-capable machines and we don't want this to be a blocker for contributions. So version 0.1.0 and later come with a custom runtime that lets developers play with CoCo on either a simple virtual or bare-metal machines.
As we dive head first into 2023, Red Hat and the Customer and Partner Experience (CPX) team are full speed ahead on our plans to continue driving customer and partner success.
We know that our customers and partners expect a seamless and positive experience with us, and we will continue to invest and improve in the areas that matter the most to deliver on that expectation. We aim to make our customers' and partners' experience with Red Hat as positive, connected and simplified as possible.
This year, the Red Hat CPX team is rallying around three main objectives to improve customer and partner experience. We believe that focusing on and prioritizing these three areas will lead to a more holistic, connected and positive experience for our customers and partners.
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