Top Five Highlights of March 22, 2024

Red Hat has been a key player in AI and data projects for years, contributing to the modernization journey with a focus on bringing AI/ML to production. To support these efforts, Open Data Hub was created, aimed at developing and supporting open source projects dedicated to data and AI/ML initiatives.

Recently, Red Hat enhanced its cloud-native application development and deployment portfolio with several new additions. OpenShift 4.15 now features support for AWS’s Outposts and Wavelength Zones services, as well as backing for open source Telemetry agent software developed under the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, along with Testcontainers Cloud.

In a bid to optimize AI inference on hybrid cloud infrastructure, Red Hat has partnered with NVIDIA to introduce NVIDIA NIM microservices on Red Hat OpenShift with NVIDIA AI Enterprise 5.0. Targeting a streamlined deployment and scalability process, this collaboration aims to provide a consistent user experience for GenAI-enabled applications across hybrid cloud environments.

As enterprises increasingly transition to cloud environments, Red Hat is positioning itself as a valuable ally in this shift. A recent report from Red Hat in collaboration with Illuminas revealed that businesses are focusing on cloudifying their most essential critical applications, a trend that Red Hat is keen to support.

For those looking to automate IT processes, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform offers a comprehensive solution. This end-to-end IT automation platform enables configuration of systems, deployment of software, orchestration of advanced workflows, and more. With tools and resources to simplify IT automation across various domains, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is a valuable asset for businesses seeking efficiency in their operations.