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Red Hat, IBM, and the future of open source
In case you missed it, IBM and Red Hat are officially coming together to deliver the next-generation hybrid multicloud platform. In his blog post "Celebrating Red Hat, IBM, and our commitment to open source", Todd Moore, VP of Open Technology, IBM Developer and Developer Advocacy, explains why this partnership is great for developers, our customers, and open source communities. Learn more about IBM and Red Hat.
In other exciting open source news, we have some big things happening at OSCON 2019 this week. We hope you'll join us at our booth (#401) to talk open source or at one of our many talks, book signings or other events. Here's a list of everywhere we'll be.
If you can't make it to OSCON, here are some exciting initiatives we're announcing:
- Kabanero, an open source project that brings together foundational open technologies into a microservices-based framework you can use to build, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of cloud-native apps built for Kubernetes and Knative. With Kabanero, developers, architects, and operations can work together, faster.
- IBM Data Asset eXchange (DAX), an online hub for developers and data scientists to find carefully curated free and open datasets under open data licenses
- Call for Code Starter Kits which include a complete overview of the Call for Code challenge, data sets, implementation technology, and a ton of support for you to bring these big ideas to life
Emily Mitchell - Editor, IBM Developer Open Technology