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"red hat" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

06:20 min | 2 months ago

"red hat" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"For too long into the red hat experience. But but how i'd be fascinated understand now yet a new culture a very different one from red hats <hes>. After the acquisition talk about your own personal journey going from that dynamism of the red hat experience to the much larger organization different culture of ibm. Yeah sure i'm right in the middle of it. So i can spend a ton of time on <unk>. Five hours on it or we'd spent five minutes so i'll start with a little bit. You know so what. I think i learned over time is out. I would argue. Delta airlines not was on the board of united now is incredibly well run company and it has a culture that would have killed red. Hat's red hat is a very well run company and it has a culture that would kill delta different. I'm gonna get together culture up at operating model because you're operating models really what drives cultures so it's leadership style behaviors sure banishment processes to org structure all electric culture. So i'm gonna munch those together. We had time. I can try to tease those apart. Let me just start off with those things together. A bit so in observation there is many companies have developed the operating model culture to dry standardization efficiency. Right that's what delta did the recent delta's the most on time airline at least the majors is because we spent a lotta time driving a ton of efficiency standardization. You're everything you're doing about how you take variance out and that's great for driving efficiency. Not really good for driving innovation because innovation is frankly all about driving variance in and so i got to red hat. What i thought was chaos. Lovely before i kill the i learned over. Time was just a relatively. Extreme way to trotted drive a faster pace of innovation and you know just taking the extremes the operating model delta. It's a single digit margin business where you are running very own. We wanna take in the last piece lettuce office salad. You'd get a salad. I mean you're like really really you know. It's a tough business in the software business if you get a winning product it money. Any software products gross margins are ninety plus percent if it's a winner jimmy lot of money so the question is will generate a winner and so once the innovation model that likely to try to write set of stuff where you ultimately ended up with winter. And so you know. I think for even how i spent every day at church at delta versus read different the cultures were is just the whole models are set up differently and so fast forward to that has one of the reasons why i have moved over to be. President of ibm is not because we want to drive red hats culture to be. Ibm's culture because ibm as a lot of services businesses we <unk>. Mainframe hardware bunch of other things. But we want to try elements of the. I read culture in ibm. And the reason. I start off with that. Preamble and i encourage every company around. This ought to be really really chris. There is no better and worse. Culture operating model there are cultures and models that are used for different things. And here's the trick. Most companies a even red hat at both right you know we still had accounts payable processes and other things where we frankly didn't need all that innovation those standardize delta you want no innovation safety procedures before your trust me <unk>. No examination there on the website you want experimentation so we're all mixes of those in it so to start off kind of coming into red hat. Everybody will most people idea are looking for breath of fresh air and a change. And i think we're trying to do some of that. But to be very very chris there elements of ibm's model. That are really important for what we do. And their elements red. Hat's model that we want to inject into ibm to change. But it's not a value judgment of better worse. It's different for different purposes. By the way. I'll say this is true in it. And i think a lot of people mess up in it they create a innovation group. That separate have no problem with the separate innovation group yet. But you can't over celebrate it like the special kids in the people who are running your european than keeping the lights on or not right and he can say hey. I'm gonna for model for these things. But they're both equally important is like a heart alone. Got gotta have both right. So i spent a lot of time at ibm talking about those things. Now what we've done from there is. We are very chris that there were three components of halter characteristics of culture. That we wanna drive ibm <unk>. Entrepreneurial spirit growth mindset in radical candor. But we've also been very clear. Those are attributes. And i don't know how to implement an attribute i don't even know but when i can't do is i can exhibit behaviors. So we started. We're starting off in <unk>. Stop word route. Which is it's like. Ninety percent of the prophets is probably fifty percent of the people but in the software group <hes>. We're taking all of our managers breaking cohorts. Were having town halls meetings. You define behaviors that leap believe support radical candor growth mindset <hes>. Upper pearl spirit and. Then we're going to be very clear on that what we expect of our people were setting up kind of bottom up rewards and incentives around those things and so i'll say you know behavior i if i'm gonna meeting in someone doesn't speak up. I will proactively ask everybody meeting before we make a decision and stuff like that or going to keep thirty minutes of every agenda free open time so people have issues talk so it's not hard stuff but you kind of put together the thirtieth those behaviors in now you start getting changed applied. The of really really involved. But i've been very crisp up front. There's kind of driving future state in seeking future state if you want to think about the opposing models not way. You know the way i talk about is. Ibm is very much. We plan yet. We get prescribed it and then we kind of execute. Where red hat we configure. We don't really plan because you're kind of configuring organization. Yup we can enable rather than really prescribing. We more engaged for executed. What

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Red Hat CEO Turned IBM President Jim Whitehurst Drives Cultural Change

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

06:20 min | 2 months ago

Red Hat CEO Turned IBM President Jim Whitehurst Drives Cultural Change

"For too long into the red hat experience. But but how i'd be fascinated understand now yet a new culture a very different one from red hats After the acquisition talk about your own personal journey going from that dynamism of the red hat experience to the much larger organization different culture of ibm. Yeah sure i'm right in the middle of it. So i can spend a ton of time on Five hours on it or we'd spent five minutes so i'll start with a little bit. You know so what. I think i learned over time is out. I would argue. Delta airlines not was on the board of united now is incredibly well run company and it has a culture that would have killed red. Hat's red hat is a very well run company and it has a culture that would kill delta different. I'm gonna get together culture up at operating model because you're operating models really what drives cultures so it's leadership style behaviors sure banishment processes to org structure all electric culture. So i'm gonna munch those together. We had time. I can try to tease those apart. Let me just start off with those things together. A bit so in observation there is many companies have developed the operating model culture to dry standardization efficiency. Right that's what delta did the recent delta's the most on time airline at least the majors is because we spent a lotta time driving a ton of efficiency standardization. You're everything you're doing about how you take variance out and that's great for driving efficiency. Not really good for driving innovation because innovation is frankly all about driving variance in and so i got to red hat. What i thought was chaos. Lovely before i kill the i learned over. Time was just a relatively. Extreme way to trotted drive a faster pace of innovation and you know just taking the extremes the operating model delta. It's a single digit margin business where you are running very own. We wanna take in the last piece lettuce office salad. You'd get a salad. I mean you're like really really you know. It's a tough business in the software business if you get a winning product it money. Any software products gross margins are ninety plus percent if it's a winner jimmy lot of money so the question is will generate a winner and so once the innovation model that likely to try to write set of stuff where you ultimately ended up with winter. And so you know. I think for even how i spent every day at church at delta versus read different the cultures were is just the whole models are set up differently and so fast forward to that has one of the reasons why i have moved over to be. President of ibm is not because we want to drive red hats culture to be. Ibm's culture because ibm as a lot of services businesses we Mainframe hardware bunch of other things. But we want to try elements of the. I read culture in ibm. And the reason. I start off with that. Preamble and i encourage every company around. This ought to be really really chris. There is no better and worse. Culture operating model there are cultures and models that are used for different things. And here's the trick. Most companies a even red hat at both right you know we still had accounts payable processes and other things where we frankly didn't need all that innovation those standardize delta you want no innovation safety procedures before your trust me No examination there on the website you want experimentation so we're all mixes of those in it so to start off kind of coming into red hat. Everybody will most people idea are looking for breath of fresh air and a change. And i think we're trying to do some of that. But to be very very chris there elements of ibm's model. That are really important for what we do. And their elements red. Hat's model that we want to inject into ibm to change. But it's not a value judgment of better worse. It's different for different purposes. By the way. I'll say this is true in it. And i think a lot of people mess up in it they create a innovation group. That separate have no problem with the separate innovation group yet. But you can't over celebrate it like the special kids in the people who are running your european than keeping the lights on or not right and he can say hey. I'm gonna for model for these things. But they're both equally important is like a heart alone. Got gotta have both right. So i spent a lot of time at ibm talking about those things. Now what we've done from there is. We are very chris that there were three components of halter characteristics of culture. That we wanna drive ibm Entrepreneurial spirit growth mindset in radical candor. But we've also been very clear. Those are attributes. And i don't know how to implement an attribute i don't even know but when i can't do is i can exhibit behaviors. So we started. We're starting off in Stop word route. Which is it's like. Ninety percent of the prophets is probably fifty percent of the people but in the software group We're taking all of our managers breaking cohorts. Were having town halls meetings. You define behaviors that leap believe support radical candor growth mindset Upper pearl spirit and. Then we're going to be very clear on that what we expect of our people were setting up kind of bottom up rewards and incentives around those things and so i'll say you know behavior i if i'm gonna meeting in someone doesn't speak up. I will proactively ask everybody meeting before we make a decision and stuff like that or going to keep thirty minutes of every agenda free open time so people have issues talk so it's not hard stuff but you kind of put together the thirtieth those behaviors in now you start getting changed applied. The of really really involved. But i've been very crisp up front. There's kind of driving future state in seeking future state if you want to think about the opposing models not way. You know the way i talk about is. Ibm is very much. We plan yet. We get prescribed it and then we kind of execute. Where red hat we configure. We don't really plan because you're kind of configuring organization. Yup we can enable rather than really prescribing. We more engaged for executed. What

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Washington DC Bishop Wilton Gregory formally becomes a Cardinal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Washington DC Bishop Wilton Gregory formally becomes a Cardinal

"Catholics in the Washington area now can call their archbishop. Ah, Cardinal. I don't own the mine. Nope. It hit nobody selection opinion she picks up that is the sound of Pope Francis says he places the red hat of the cardinal on the head of the archbishop of Washington, DC Wilton Gregory Gregory is one of 13 to receive the title of Cardinal and is the first African American to do so. The ceremony known as a consistent Torey is usually a celebratory affair with parties and full masses. But during the pandemic, the ceremony was scaled down to the Cardinals even stayed home. Gregory will now be a member of the College of Cardinals and would be called to elect a new pope if needed.

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Wilton Gregory becomes first Black American cardinal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Wilton Gregory becomes first Black American cardinal

"Gregory. Pope Francis has officially made the archbishop of Washington, D. C. A cardinal, we create and solemnly proclaim cardinals of Holy Roman Church Thies brethren of ours. Archbishop Wilton Gregory is the first African American to receive the red hat of a cardinal. The ceremony of elevating clergy to the role of Cardinal is usually a large affair with parties in large masses. But this year it was scaled down due to the pandemic. In fact, two of the 13 cardinal designates didn't even make the trip. The Vatican Archbishop Wilton Gregory, will now join the College of Cardinals, which if tests would

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Pope Francis pays visit to predecessor with elevated cardinals

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00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis pays visit to predecessor with elevated cardinals

"Raise 30 New cardinals to the highest rank in the Catholic hierarchy today, a group that included Cardinal Wilton Gregory when they approach a massless pope to receive their red hats. But Cardinal Gregory, the first African American cardinal kept his on two new cardinals could not attend due to coded 19 travel restrictions.

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Cardinals-to-be kept in quarantine ahead of Vatican ceremony

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Cardinals-to-be kept in quarantine ahead of Vatican ceremony

"To be here under locked out of the Vatican. It's because of covert, of course ahead of this weekend's ceremony when they get the red hats Pope Francis elevated 13 priest to cardinal status last month. For the past week. A handful of the problems have been under tight restrictions, even getting their meals left in the hot hallway outside their hotel rooms. The only American in the group is Archbishop of the Dart washed Indict D. C area of Wilton Daniel Gregory. He says he was tested when he arrived. It'll be tested again the morning of the ceremony. First one was negative. Hopefully the second one will be too But I'm observing the Vatican requirements for 10 days Quarantine that's on all members of the college of Cardinals, who are unable to travel because of the code restrictions will be able to join in virtually representatives of the Vatican will give them their hats and rings. On their end, and they'll participate in essentially a very fancy zoom meeting wins news Dive

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Pope Francis Appoints First African-American Cardinal

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Pope Francis Appoints First African-American Cardinal

"Reached a new milestone earlier today Is the pope a note 13 new cardinals Warren that now from CBS is Lisa Matteo. Catholics around the world will have their first African American Cardinal Wilton Gregory, is the archbishop from Washington, D. C. He is one of 13 new high ranking officials to earn the coveted red hat. Pope Francis made the announcement from his studio window. Gregory was picked by the pontiff to leave the diocese in the U. S Capitol last year and served three times as the head of the U. As Conference of bishops. A ceremony will take place on November 28th lease Matteo CBS News

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"red hat" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

07:47 min | 4 months ago

"red hat" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"The way we think because that's the best way to think that's what I call much much much drinkable chip. So I don't know if you guys know that we recently had a new moon in Libra a new moon in Libra a couple of days ago. I'm reading from Collective Evolution. And what's interesting is that and this isn't one of the reasons that I'm covering it is because we're in Rome. An interesting month where there's some interest interesting astrological alignments happening at the same time that's coinciding with this upcoming election this craziness. We anticipate more bombshell kind of stories more science a q accusing each other what's going on with the vote will people accept God who wins which by the way if Donald Trump doesn't win the election. I'm going to be very suspicious just just by this they all the polls are exact rating that Biden's going to win almost of them. And then here's here's the thing. Here's here's here's it's really why I don't believe by faith is going to win and if you wins, it's not going to be by Bye-bye real voters unless you know, we have that many people in America that have been programmed right and this could be possible. This could be possible. and you know as a side note, that's one of the one of my speculations I was like a lot of these people who channels have got God the platform, you know, whether we're doing just as those people who quote-unquote are sharing qanon stuff and what is qanon. It's a big deep programmed machine deprogramming everyone to think to question to discern to research to not just take everything that you're being taxed on face value to explore it to integrated that integration part is very important because that doesn't necessarily mean that you're integrating disinformation by just wage only listening to other perspectives integrating means that you're taken in within yourself and your combined with your inner wisdom with spirit that you are integrating all of this with your body with your mind with your soul with your heart with your intuition with your logic and you're coming up with With that information, that's what I mean by integration. So my point to you with all these people that gets especially deplatformed. People who collectively amassed millions of subscribers and listeners and mainstream media doesn't even both of them. Don't even get those numbers and if they do I even questioned them. This 2020 is a great year of mucho Revelations. So as I wind up wind down my thought my point of view. I am going to share the speed down a little bit about seeking balance. We are having a new moon in Libra. We had October 16th and throughout most of the world. So this is initiating a 29.5 day and lunar cycle and the new wave energy for the coming month. However, the astrological configurations mentioned in this article will be more prominent over the following two weeks. This cycle will conclude in a phone with a full moon in Taurus on October 31st, November 1st. The new Moon occurs days after we reached the halfway point of Mars retrograde in erie's which concludes mid-november. It is also after Mercury began. It's retrograde which is currently in Scorpio and moving backwards in time before moves forward again. Post November 3rd both of these planets being retrograde at the same time reflects a period of significant adjustments pertaining to how we express these placards the signs they are in and how they are configured to our individual astrological blueprints. So Yep, generally Mars retrograde Czar. In which the circumstances development and our inner guidance is helping to facilitate a shift in how we apply ourselves and take action in specific areas in our lives. This is something that happens approximately every two years which is less frequent and usually more significant than Mercury retrograde month. I want to explore that a little bit. We are seeing a lot of circumstances developments that are challenging our inner guidance and our child. We are we are experiencing moments when one might ask themselves is being silent and passive the right way because we have such a big mouth e belief system in this crazy outrage cancel culture that it really sucks. If you are really into politics and if you really live in one of these cities and you cannot wear the red hat because it's become such a polarized symbol, you know, how ridiculous this is. I was listening to a channel. The other day and Latin American gentleman was a big Channel Zona and he was saying he was cool is that he's wearing a trump hat and a trump shirt, but he was saying that someone smuggled this shirt off. Through the Mexican border to ship it out to him from the Mexican border to wherever he's at because they wouldn't allow it was offered for these for this person to actually ship this out from the US now. I don't know if that's true or not. But the truth of the matter is that people are definitely worth having violence if they are truck Fender receiving backlash and prejudices in even myself, those people who have realized that I am not have walked away from the Democratic party, especially because I do not love what the poison that has seeped in. I am not a republican, but I am going to vote for Donald Trump. And as community members are learned that it's just infuriates them. And again going back to what I just read. We are in a time where we're being challenged. So when you know when you tap into that inner wisdom do or do you stay silent or do you speak up it will it depends if you are out beside industry and you're outnumbered maybe you need to sort of, you know, Safeguard your life, which is obviously more important off and then there are times where you be called to speak up because silence is worse..

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"red hat" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"red hat" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Nessa. Got a lot on my mind today. Not a lot of my mind got a lot on my mind got a lot on my mind mostly what's on my mind is just how long this year has been I mean, can you believe it? We've been quote unquote under house arrest for most of the Year by now. much determine double-check a lot of people feeling hopeless and and just scared and exhausted and just deep deep grief as much more things keep on unfolding not only in mainstream Media or with our local elected with the Mayors and governors and then many of us are feeling the Deep Pains of the reality that This is I mean when you keep hearing on conversations in mainstream media certain politicians seem like they're on a power trip and they just want to keep us locked down. I tell you it's not that much fun living in New York. What is fun is just the diversity and the spirit in New York is not going to go nowhere. We're tough or greedy, but we do have to dig Inn off to those ditches and and short teeth and bare teeth and deal with this grip because it's getting very real and as we move into the deeper colder months as we moved deeper into this month. the intuition the Spidey senses kind of just tell me that we might be have every day is going to be a revelation of sorts and it seems like it will be a continuous sort of mechanisms that just keep feeding Division and arguments. I mean God bless the American Spirit we can we can really share our perspectives and we do so so crass and and and even though sometimes that's not the best the freedom of being able to do that is kind of what I'm selling a it's kind of weird because now that I'm talking I'm starting to realize that some something funny is happening with my microphone as it fades in and out like a little circle. I just don't understand. This is what I am content creators have been dealing with and while I'm there on the subject of content creators, there has been such a great YouTube Purge that has affected some of the channels that I really enjoyed such as Sarah westall her YouTube channel got deleted destroying the dog. version that channel got deleted it's it's we're just living in those times where this is. This is really eye-opening. I'm trying to find a the list that has saved a list of everyone who had gotten. Deleted on YouTube. If memory serves me right cuz I'm trying to look for the list. Of course when you try to look for stuff. You can't find it. And I can't find it. So we're going to just have to go with that. But I know from memory Sarah westall destroying the illusion off of channels that covered qanon also got deleted. Of course the way it was portrayed in mainstream media. It was that it was all qanon channels. This is not true a lot of the channels that did get needed seem to be more on the conservative truth-seeking exploring side and it kind of makes it feel very very mysterious timing That these channels get deleted right before the election. and right around the time that some incendiary stories are making their way into mainstream such as happening with Biden Hunter Biden and those connections and then another story that seems to have dropped at the same time had to do with Looking for a cuz I don't want to misquote it. I believe it was a a Navy SEAL Team. that were still sort of like it's information that slowly trickling into the mainstream and if you think about it, cuz if you might be wondering what great like if there if the channels are talking about conspiracy theory let them get deleted fantastic, but it's not fantastic because it's not fun to just really be getting a certain point of view to be receiving a certain point of view. That seems to be so skewed. It's a point of view that it wants to convince you so strongly that they're right. They don't take accountability. They are always Shifting the blame they talk about equality but equality for who because it seems like a small percentage of people who are speaking of quality of living and very comfortable environment while the message is there they are preaching to the masses is, you know, share equal. Let's just sort of like it feels to me like you were you're preaching equality. They're preaching quality. Of poverty. It was very scary to me. So yeah, one of the questions that I saw on one of the feeds is the hunter Biden Rudy Giuliani story being sacrificed over the latest Benghazi Navy Navy Seal Team 6 cover up. So there's a lot there so you will wonder like you know, this is my big question. Like why do all these channels get deleted and let's not forget about that via Twitter obvious censorship situation that manifested where they censored a New York Post sort of story off. So isn't that ironic an established paper gets in a very popular one gets censored wage by Twitter that supposedly has nothing to do with you know, getting involved with these things. Right? They're they're neutral party. But we see that that's bullshit month because we see the Twitter hashtags. We see the mean conversations that are allowed on Twitter and how the critical thinking conversations seem to be dismissed. We don't want those. Oh, we do not want the population to think not not you should not think that is just no good for your health. We want you. To think.

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Malik Jackson: Washington Did Not Want to Kneel With Philadelphia Eagles

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 5 months ago

Malik Jackson: Washington Did Not Want to Kneel With Philadelphia Eagles

"Millie Jackson reveal what the team was hoping to do for Social justice demonstration before their game last week. It's called abuse. Dave You ran this past Sunday, the Eagles in the Washington football team locked arms in midfield during the plain of lift every voice and sing. Then the birds went inside for the national anthem. Malik Jackson said yesterday. The Eagles would have liked to take a knee along with Washington right before kickoff. But he said Washington wasn't on board. Both teams take a knee and then declined the penalty and kick the ball off. But Heart logistically, Jackson said he would like to do something tangible making really statements not not holding arms. During his zoom press conference, Jackson was worrying a red hat that said, Make America arrest. The cops who killed Briana Taylor with great again crossed off, Jackson said. It was good. The city of Louisville pay Taylor's family $12 million, but added and change the culture of citizens paying tax dollars toe. Fun what the police are doing out here. So if we could get the police unions that are back on these guys to do stuff, you know, have them start paying like we have to pay out our money and we have contact at two minutes or anything will be a lot better example. Dave, you ran K Y.

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LeBron James wears modified MAGA hat to back Breonna Taylor's cause

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

LeBron James wears modified MAGA hat to back Breonna Taylor's cause

"Jimmy Laker star LeBron James continuing to use his platform to fight for Social Justice James or a red Hat during an N BA press conference yesterday that read. Make America arrest the cops who killed Briana Taylor course It's a play on President Trump's campaign Maga hat. James also spoke briefly about Taylor. It's Justice still has not been served. Hitler was killed by Louisville police back in March.

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NSA and FBI document GRU's Linux malware for them

Risky Business

05:08 min | 6 months ago

NSA and FBI document GRU's Linux malware for them

"The first thing we're going to talk about this wake is An FBI doc seeing some gi you malware God, I love Twenty Twenty specifically they. Like. A Lennox Malware toolkit this pretty fun angles here but let me start off with you Adam. What did you make of I? Mean you know you you'll links your guy right out of the three of us. What did you think of the? Document that Honestly. It's a beautiful thing. It really warms my heart to see this really old school technique of. Trad, Lennox route kits, kernel mode, Lennox road kits with all the classic bells and whistles written finest. Tank. Great Engineering. It's just a beautiful thing and the NSA's documentation of it is honestly probably better than what the Russians have like really in depth right job reversing it well, written up our. Yeah. Really enjoyed it like I'm I'm Jelly I want a copy of this so that I can use it looks like a nice piece of tooling and twenty years ago me really would like this. It's good. Yeah I mean I. I kept having flashbacks to to talks from like Kiwi Con Circa ten years ago. Like a fin buyers well, and yeah, it was just. Sort of that's classic beautiful technique share. It is there enough useful stuff in this thing that someone like yourself who actually works in a role that's that's. Way tightly sort of information try to make it actionable like was this a useful document or do you get the impression that it's just neon Jagna a bit of a middle finger at Russia. No. So I think it is useful. We love attribution from a from a law enforcement agency for state-sponsored you just can't beat it because it allows us to do is we can kind of correlate and you can at the very least put a little bit to rest and attribution and say look if there's an. If there's a press release if the NSA the FBI say that it's this group in the Intel community were all just going to kind of agree that this is the group that it is and you can get away from the hundreds of different names all hang on hang on. What you're saying is the primary benefit here is you get to settle all of the clustering arguments that happened in threat research a slacks exactly, and I, think you and I have talked a little bit about what a mess that is with people like Joe Slowec it's it's. Crazy how difficult that is the main reason for that is that everybody that does intelligence has access to a different source of data and so you know you can kind of look at the FBI and the NSA and say, okay, they have access to all the data. The best data may be dated. They shouldn't even have access to and that kind of gives us a little bit of a reprieve and we can say, okay, they're probably right. Let's move forward from here. The indicators are are usually good when they come out in these kinds of releases. But I wanted to ask, Adam, you were kind of saying I wish I had this. So what do you think the chances are that this will be potentially spread around or that somebody could create something similar. It's using tricks that have been used by the hacker scene for for a very long time I mean this kind of rocket is pretty old school. What's Nice is having one that's. Supportive a modern kernels, for example, because that's one thing that was always really fiddly it's about about maintaining this kind of tooling was you had to have kernel modules that were built against all versions of the next year we're going to run up against and that's the sort of thing that as a bedroom hacker, you can do for a few red hats or a few seuss's debut or whatever. But doing it against a bunch of stuff like that takes actual work. You know getting hold of something like this. You know that's weaponized and usable in the real world and has workable your malleable see through channels. That kind of thing is I mean in this case, I, think it's just like Jason of the. Web sockets or anyway. But you know having something that's actually being used versus just kind of homebrew. There was quite a bit gap in it. They lost eighty percent of making a tool really genuinely useful is boring, right? Yeah. That's why I wanted just for the maintenance burden and guess the you aren't really selling support contracts are. I mean that could be. It could be a pivot at some point you never know. But I I look. I found a couple of things interesting here. One is that you just mentioned that the to handle by Jason I've HDTV the govern the US government's released a bunch of Yarrow rules that help you detect the message format that the two uses sir rather than looking at like a destination addresses, it's actually looking at at message format. Of course, I can change the message format but that was an interesting thing to do I thought. The other thing is a both of you have spoken about. Getting your hands on this thing no one has seen it. I've even been asked around saying you know who's got sample because a couple of people I know one no one's GonNa, which tells me that. Abe may not, really be out there in the wall much which begs the question why the hell did I get it from and I don't think they got it rolling incident response. Let's just put it that way. It looks like they have gone right into these these these. Operators infrastructure and just pulled it straight from there like this. This really does look like there's a bit of a psychological Operation Angle to this is in like we are all in your.

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Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction

"Art collectors haven't stopped spending during the pandemic. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picasso's Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions. And someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News

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Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

WBBM Late Morning News

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

"Portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat. It brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year.

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Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

"Collecting. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and Warhol's went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape trick tick by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so

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IBM Works to Reshape Business as Coronavirus Uncertainty Lingers

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

IBM Works to Reshape Business as Coronavirus Uncertainty Lingers

"IBM reported quarterly revenue above estimate sales at $18.1 billion. That was down about 5.4% from last year, but again above estimates on a rag Ron as a senior software and I T services analyst that Bloomberg Intelligence And he said that IBM got a major boost from cloud demand last quarter. You know, the company's undergoing a product the first cycle and it seems that you know that really helped growth this quarter. Obviously, the red hat Contributing to cloud sales. That's the other big driver. IBM withdrew its full year earnings outlook in April, and the company didn't provide a new forecast. Today. IBM has cut thousands of jobs in recent months as it reshapes it's business.

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Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt

"Kanye west says he is no longer a supporter of president Donald Trump con US says he's taking the red head off in this case the red hat with president trump's campaign slogan make America great again after aligning himself with trump declaring that they share dragon energy west says he is backing away now he tells Forbes magazine he is no longer in trump's corner politically and confirmed that he is serious about launching his own presidential bid this year it's unclear how he plans to pull that off west is already missed the deadline to get on the ballot in several states Forbes says west said all of this and what the magazine calls for rambling hours of interviews I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"You're listening to full. Circle Weekly News Articles are compiled by Eric the and ready in me. You're host Leo China's. This episode covers the six to the twelfth of April twenty twenty. Red Hat names Paul, cormet president and CEO. With the blessing of Arvid, Krishna CEO of IBM and. First President of IBM Paul, said quote. The opportunity for red hat has never been bigger than it is today and I am honored to lead the company to help our customers solve the challenges and to keep red hat at the forefront of

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"red hat" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"red hat" Discussed on TechStuff

"I'm an executive producer with how stuff correct I heart radio and a level things tech and back in July two thousand nineteen IBM completed its acquisition of the company Red Hat famed two for its work in open source software. The company's invited me out to red hat headquarters which does in fact have a big red hat on it it to talk about why the companies made this move how they plan to work together and ultimately what does this mean for all of us and so in this episode. You're going to hear sections of an interview I did with. IBM's Steve Robinson and red hat's Madani and I'll be popping in and out to give a bit more context next an explanation but I I want to set the stage a bit now. We're mainly going to talk about cloud computing and open source software in this conversation member station and the reason that this is a big deal is that more companies are putting more of their operations on the cloud and there are a lot of different reasons to do this. One one is to make sure that the services they provide are available whenever and wherever the end user needs them whether the end user is someone else in the company a a different company or a consumer like you or me. Another reason is to maximize resources and tons of other reasons besides those the companies do this. What about the average user you know. I don't run a global company with worldwide service. So why do I care about all this well for me. It's about the utility and availability of the APPS. I run on all these different devices whether it's a computer or a mobile phone a tablet whatever it might be more of those apps are tapping into lots of different aspects that a company is involved with so a bank for example apple could have an APP that allows you to access your bank account. You can make transfers. You could pay bills. You could check your rewards status on any credit cards you might have you might be able to apply for loans zones and more to the end user it might seem like all that stuff just sort of lives in the brick and mortar building that the bank we use apps be located in but in reality the services might be spread across numerous computer systems all over the place. Some of them might be on premises at the Bank itself. Some might be in a privately managed data center off site. Some might depend upon large cloud computing services run by big companies so there's a whole variety out there now as an end user. I just expect that stuff to work. I expect all those services to be integrated into the APP seamlessly and it's it's frustrating when that's not the case right like when you try to do something and either there's a long wait time or it doesn't work the way you expected but the cloud computer landscape it's it's a complicated one for reasons that we're going to get into in the discussions. I had with Stephen a chef so making this happen all the stuff working together. It wasn't as easy as just inserting a few links between services so let's get started. I began with what seems like a simple question but it is actually fairly complicated so I'm very pleased that I get to speak to experts on this subject because about a decade ago I wrote more than a dozen articles all about the concept of cloud computing back then cloud computing at least for the mainstream mainstream was just creeping into the public consciousness and there was a lot of confusion about it and I think over the years. Everyone has a better understanding outstanding. What cloud computing is but the problem is? Everyone has a different understanding of what cloud computing is so can we talk about the definition of cloud computing and how that has has actually evolved over time be happy to and I think you you again. You hit the nail on the head with regards to I think it's one of the most amorphous definitions editions out there you ask anybody. I think they've got a different view and I think we're at a period of time it at least in. IBM's view is is that it's one that's continually redefining redefining in his probably in a phase right now or is being redefined as well. I think in most cases people originally assumed an associated cloud with with the the large public clouds the multi tenant hyper scaler 's and it reminds me a little bit like the early days of the Internet you know if you go back to the Internet you had extra net you had Internet's you had public. Internet you had private Internet and before long you started to see most of the vendors start to rally around the small set a standard TCP IP html and before long it just became the Internet you he would serve up a url and you really didn't care where the server was. That was a serving up the content behind it. It could be in your data center could be on go. Daddy could be wherever that could be in one country versus another. It just became the Internet and I think the cloud we're kind of add that position to the cloud is going to start to expand to be almost anywhere that I've got compute and data capabilities and we've seen this this whole rally around a certain set of standards really driving that and driving that at a speed this just unbelievable right now. I think the you know the adoption of Lennox the the whole history of containers and the maturity of containers which which are you know kind of finer grain virtualization that allows me to to to have code and moving around in pack middleware into it etc and then finally Cooper Netease. It gives me the ability to orchestrate manage. Those containers are Canada becoming the Lingua Franca. You know I think we all of the major vendors are now kind of embracing racing those three standards. There's probably over forty to fifty different destroys of Kube today and that's now I think kind of turning it into cloud. I cannot do cloud in my data center. Sure there's a lot of things I can do. I can run containers. I can run Cooper netties. I can build a P is can have always on. I can do a lot of cloud native concepts right not in the data center. Can I do dedicated cloud that may be set up and the signed to a a single client or a single customer yep now have been able to do cloud concept's Johnson but a single customer boundary around as well and then you've got the hyper scales that can do that for a wide range in never know where where by my machine maybe CBS in one data center one day in one data center the next day so I think all of this is becoming the cloud and I think within the next couple of years cloud will be anywhere that I'm doing cloud nine properties independent of its its final locality here and this is the real basis of some of the work you guys has been doing the red hat is a strategy there yeah and and you're right about the definition of cloud changing right so from this notion of cloud computing thing is when it just happened somebody else's confectioner right right or somewhere else and you know if we go back right but you can ask yourself look where people's expectation of this frame right were they in the peer to peer sharing you know if anyone remembers that right so this notion of kind of music sharing rain or streaming or even this notion that you had with regard to why can get my email listening sold over the Internet and then the people equate in an act of the cloud and so alternative if you will the different sort of aspect of that from you. Steve because I think people expectations for cloud competing with a computer also shaped around be able to access software anywhere they were right so in the past him locked onto particular the desktop or particular laptop machine. I'd physical location and we can still. I'm free now by now. I can get my information. Wherever and you know the same day I could get from laptop I can I can be on the go hiking in Peru. I can access at the same time to having said all that I think also the definition of cloud the suit expect cloud are sort of shifting to new areas right and to call out around security a policy at increasingly. We're finding especially redhead. We're seeing customer. Should've you know talking about inasmuch find value from being able to take advantage of deploying applications running them then you've got all the new technologies talked about about it's also about is secure. Is this something if I'm audited that I can kind of stand behind. you know is this complying with the regulations nations the governance of particular region that working with and then ultimately right remaking short I think maybe you know you've talked about this before. Steve around. GDP Our privacy regulations the put in place to ensure that customers individual consumers are actually enterprises. Were meeting requirements that they've put in place to us as providers. This is a good spot for me to jump back in here and explain some basic concepts like containers and Coober Netease. You may remember I did had an episode not long ago about virtualization and the concept of virtualization is to use software to create a virtual machine on top of an actual well real physical machine and when I say machine I'm really talking about computers and there are lots of different reasons that you would want to build a virtual computer on top of a physical computer. You might want to have a virtual machine dedicated to running a specific application for example and you want it completely separated from any other process running running on the physical hardware itself and the application might not be so demanding they would take up all or maybe even a significant amount of a physical machines resources so if you did decide. I'm just going to buy a server and that server is just going to run this one APP. Even though the APP only relies on maybe five percent of the servers processing power and storage you would have a ton of computing power just sitting idle essentially going to waste virtual virtual machines. Give you the chance to run. Data centers more efficiently with less idle time on computers. You can have multiple virtual machines on the same physical device and and that way you're maximizing the use of that physical hardware and you're minimizing downtime. This is increased efficiency better savings. It just makes more sense. Containers are similar to virtualization in many ways a container sits on top of an operating system on a computer and containers hold all all the components necessary to run some bit of code in isolation of everything else and you can have multiple containers on the same machine each in its own protected environment on the same operating system so you don't need a bunch of virtual machines on the same physical hardware you could run containers on virtual machines but you could also run containers just on a computer without the virtual machine and hyper visor layers so there's no need to allocate resources to APPs dynamically it 'cause the containers quote unquote contain. Everything needed.

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"red hat" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"red hat" Discussed on The Changelog

"Robbins the community architect for answerable over at Red Hat and she also happens to have a couple kids who stumbled into programming themselves so there was a moment at dinner one night I was actually cooking. Everyone was impressed. My daughter came into into the kitchen area and she said Mommy I filed a bug in minecraft. You know I work in software. I see lots you know lots and lots and lots of bug reports <hes> and I was just really curious about what that meant in that universe reverse right. Is that like a you know I've talked to someone on twitter and said it's broken or or what <hes> and I asked her to show me so she opened up you know her computer and she had created a Jira count. In Mo- Jiang system we should note Robbins Daughter was eleven when she did this. She had filled out there form exactly and you know I see lots of bug reports that are not well formed or they're very mean. I I see a lot of that too but it was a perfectly. Here's what it happened. Here's what I expected to happen and here's all of the steps to reproduce. which is you know for a lot of people that's their first interaction with with any project? Whether it's a commercial proprietary software project like video game or a open software project and I was so proud and I told her we can totally go to the minecraft conference after that because they'd been dying to go robin was about to realize that while the rest of us were going about our day jobs the kids kids were starting a revolution. Here's what happened at that conference. We went to the keynotes. I said Oh we'll go at the last second. We'll be fine will totally be like in the second row. Oh No no no no we were like ten of those gigantic big screens back in the room but it was nonstop cool stuff for kids and they had a moment on one of the days where they brought out all of the developers and when the engineers came out literally every kid in this audience was leaked standing on their chair are screaming like if you've ever seen a here's the Beatles like the Beatles come to America video. It was like that I mean it was like I can't believe we're like near them in their amazing and you know during the sessions people were trying to get their autographs and it I was sitting there with my kids being like I I work on operating systems that connect the Internet so that you guys can actually game together. What are we doing wrong but you know kids just being like I'm could you Java scrip- person when I grow up yes and you know just watching the level of enthusiasm? That event was fascinating but it's a video game. There was a time back in the seventy s when everyone's first language was basic and then maybe it will see more recently people have been starting with Java or Python but visual languages and Games are ushering in coding future that we're only beginning to imagine even though it may seem trivial someone who's been programming for years. It's like that first moment of I'm playing and I don't even realize that I'm actually learning something that could turn into a lifelong skill. Robin Berge Ron is the community architect of answerable and red hat basic invited college students into the world of programming and games like minecraft invite elementary school students into that world today but in a way the creative impulse behind all of this hasn't changed those college kids exploring basic yeah they were often using it to build their own games. Lots of fantasy see football apparently our creative spirit is what drives US toward programming languages in the first place that drive to tweak the world make it better or just more fun next time in episode three where do brand new programming. They were just come from anyway. We're learning how incredible challenges pushed developers to walk away from the languages of yesterday and build something totally new today command line. Heroes is an original podcast from red hat. If you want to dive deeper into the origins of basic or anything else you heard on this episode head on over to Red Hat dot com..

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"red hat" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"red hat" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Technology is becoming more open data more accessible on the world more innovative. We're confining the industry expertise of IBM with the open source leadership of Red Hat to bring you more freedom more security more flexibility. Let's unlock lock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash red hat. Why mission is simple to make you money? I'm here to level the playing field investors. There's in a bull market summer and promised help you find mad. Money starts out. Hey I'm cramer. Welcome money. Welcome to America are going to make friends is trying to make some money my job uh-huh to entertain but to educate also teach so call me at one eight hundred seventy three C._b._C. or tweet me action Kramer. You know what I thought today. The Dow gained tour twenty eight points per state through the twenty seven thousand level while the U._V. has two point eight eight percent. I wasn't thinking about the Fed like everybody else. I was thinking that scale yes dale is a wonderful thing. What do I mean by scale? Scale company was scale is a company that's big enough and POW not to control destiny accompanying scales survives thrives in even the toughest environment that affect chief is worried about or anybody else who just was to know nothing about Washington scale scale simply being bigger than the other guy a lot bear is enormous advantage and we still benefits play out all day today exhibit A. Amazon. It costs trillion dollar threshold this morning twin bucks for giving him. Some of the kids Amazon didn't become this unstoppable behemoth just because Jeff Basis brilliant which he is it got here by leveraging its scale so in other words Amazon's dominance because it's so big they use that scale to get better prices from their suppliers then can pass on the cusp undercutting competition apropos of nothing this is by we have antitrust law because when you get big enough well no one can compete against you. Bazo saw how he could use Amazon scale dominate retail but he didn't stop there. He figured he could do the same thing. In cloud computing by creating Amazon Web Services A._W._S. is one of the largest so for businesses on earth and it's still growing at a forty percent clip. It's a marvel and we hit in the head of a on the show recently he kept telling us how businesses scaled the point that it's the dominant player in the cloud which is true that allows him to innovate and keep prices down driveway the competition. I urge you to go back and look at that interview. I thought it was mind blowing. I said to myself darn it man that guy is just real smart Amazon also news that the secret to maintaining scale keeping your workforce happy and that's why Bezos is committing seven hundred million dollars to retraining workers so they can thrive in this new economy enemy whether they stay in Amazon relief for other opportunities. Please read that press release. It's much more than just blather came out this morning. You can't win in this environment without human capital while that's an extremely creepy phrase still true who who else benefits from scale. How about the silent trillionaire how about Microsoft this morning callum put out a buy recommendation titled a Framework for Microsoft's next one hundred billion in revenues? Okay I said to somebody say oh one hundred million all right well so what hundred billion something they predict will happen by fiscal year twenty twenty five. That's not that far from now. I'm using this man right now. I switch all the time I use that one too. This is my wife's favorite. Talk Talk About Apropos. Nothing most companies never even get to one billion revenues here Cowan talking about how Microsoft can almost double this year's projected one hundred and twenty four billion in revenues in six years time it was an astonishing read and I think it was right why because much so it's going to rival Amazon in the cloud with Azure its own web services business bugassault. C._E._O.'s touching Adela has quality put together a powerhouse cloud division this going so fast it was to become a larger part of the company then even Microsoft office in fact counties commercial cloudy Little Count for ninety percent of that next hundred billion dollars in sales guys come on. I know the stock has moved up tremendously.

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"red hat" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"But we've also said that once we close on that, then we'll pull back on share repurchase. Right. We'll keep paying the dividend pull back on share repurchase. So so then that part of the model is I think is is the right way to the right thing to do from a what's next and red head? I mean, we really did see I think the beginnings of some really positive things now that we're we we've reported red hat's reported after the announcement of the act they had they had a very good quarter. And when you look at the parts of our business that did. Well, our hybrid cloud business grew at accelerated, right and GPS and the the work they're doing to help the air clients move onto the cloud Ingeba. S's growing twenty five percents. So it's a very good story. But you you please for our viewers red hat to hybrid cloud is kind of something that is in their DNA. So this is going to be very very synergistic. Right. So when you when we think about the world of of the world of enterprise technology in the future it is hybrid. Right. Hyper we've said that for a long time. I think I think others who were competing against starting to say it's about hybrid as well in the hybrid world red hat is that is that open operating system open operating system that sits on all of these clouds. So the reason redhead has such a such a bright future is because they are the number one operating system. Now lyrics is number one in the in the data center, and they are number one in linen. And we understand tonight the city going to steer everything toward you. That's very matter and they are bit of more Switzerland than IBM's used to. So we'll Jim from Switzerland. Stay with IBM. Well, we've already said Jim's already said that you know, he's going to say here he said to here. He's going to be sure it's going to run red head, and he's going to report to our CEO. Oh, so yeah. So they'll be an entity within IBM Jim in the leadership team will continue to run red hat. We'll on the revenues any area that was weaker Asia far east because I did expect the Redwood spiel so so yeah. Yes, there's a geographic element to this. But look, I'm the sales guy. So I was in the middle of all these deal. All right. I would say it this way our clients. Are they make big commitments to our platform? They're making big investment decisions. And when you do that, you know, it doesn't necessarily suit a ninety day period. It's real doesn't and the same thing. It's not go by ninety. Right. So so for us and our teams, obviously, our clients are thoughtful trying to make sure they're doing the right thing getting the right deal. We're also we there's an ability for us. We can close deals much much faster. But we wind up giving something away. It doesn't make sense. Right. So so again, I'm the salesperson. I'm in the middle of these deals. I know my sales teams. Yes, some deals the phenomena described happens in different places that happened in Asia this or so all these deals are in play. They're all being worked. Now, we will get them done. All right. Thank you so much that is more than Schroeder IBM senior vice president of global markets, some very exciting things here. But I know focus just on the red news you'll be a little bit disappointed. But there are other things at work, including red.

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"red hat" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on TechStuff

"Ninety-one, thousands of programmers have made additions improvements and tweaks to that Colonel in the nearly three decades that followed Lennox destroy typically includes several other elements in addition to the Colonel in order to create a fully fleshed out operating system that operating system might be for a personal computer. It could be a mobile device, it might be for a web server or even a supercomputer, and you can also find it on stuff, like set top, boxes, and routers. It is an incredibly versatile operate. Eating system. All right back to the founding of red hat. Ewing used to wear a red Cornell lacrosse hat that is grandfather had owned and he had become known as the guy in the red hat while he was working in a computer lab at Carnegie Mellon. So he decided to use red hat as the name of his Lennox destroyed and later on Ewing would join forces with a businessman named Bob young Bob young had been buying copies of red hat from Ewing and then selling them, and he had been selling them about fast as he could get them. So they decided that this was a very valuable product and they formed red hat software in nineteen ninety five. Now, this is not an episode about red hat. So we're going to skip ahead to twenty eighteen the company was successful at turning a profit despite being centered on an open source and effectively free software package. So if you're making something, and you're offering it for free house you make money from that how did red hat generate revenue. Well, the company sells professional services..

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"red hat" Discussed on FT News

FT News

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on FT News

"Quite excited about this because red hat really does have an interesting take on the future, and how it thinks the future should have. Oh, but it's very very very early days. And so red hat is not the answer to the cloud yet. But I B m is betting that if it brings along customers Knowle's aim business the together with red hat. They can engineer this hybrid cloud. This feature that will stick. But they've got a lot of work to do. So I mean, it sounds like an awfully large gamble and the paying very high premium. I think they've offered thirty four billion dollars for red hat and that's over sixty percent. The current market valuation wants you view on whether this is good value for money. Well, there are various measures to look at that on you know, you can look at it on a pure financial basis it's expensive but everything's expensive in the market right now. Maybe right house trying to lock in its valuation before the market goes down. But I think a more important question goes back to this question of relevance IBM need something. Ginny Rometty who's been running the company for seven years has been too cautious. She's been watching IBM's position erode this isn't quite a bit the foam kind of deal because IBM does have a solid business. It isn't just going to disappear overnight. But this is a huge strategic and financial risk out of proportion to the things that she's done in the past and it reflects just. The shin need that IBM has to put it solve right in the middle of his customers considerations about their future their IT, so very out of character with everything we've seen from IBM, which is in recent is become very much financial engineering company in its kept it stock price boy in or at least the Senate has been outspoken stop prize by buying back shares by boosting its dividend through various methods light that now it saying, look, we realized we cut it just bar are a lot of money. We've got to take a much bigger risk and gave the features as really zero moment in the history. So finally, then is it going to work, Richard? Well, that's the really tough one say leave aside only execution issues trying to get these two gray different technology companies to stick together. And this is the fact that is much bigger than any daylight EM's have done. The real bet is the companies don't want get locked into Google or Amazon or Microsoft that these. Big new clouds that are emerging will tie companies in in a way that they just be committed. The customers have always tried to use multiple technology vendors say IBM will now have an alternative proposition. And is I think it'll be right peeling proposition to his customers that come in use our service is you'll be able to plug into any of the public clouds, you'll be able to plug into Amazon or Google, but we're running this hybrid cloud framework that you're depending on you won't be locked into anybody. That is a really powerful message for IT buys. So I think they're onto something that definitely onto something. They just got to make it work. And when you think that it's going to take them until the blacks about of next year to even get this deal done the IT. Well, we is really false. Every other company will be repositioning themselves against this new falls. And then they've got to make it a work so the digging in the right place. But I think they've got a real challenge out of them. Thanks, very, much pleasure talk. Pleasure to talk to you. That was Malcolm in San Francisco, and you can find a link to Richard's Lasko on the damn inau Shane aches. Thanks for listening. We'll be back with another niece speech. It's more. In the meantime, look out for our news. Headline shea FC news briefing where she can find an cuss platforms an F T dot com slash. Sessions. You know, I certified management accountants works. So well with robots because we both love bowling, karaoke nights, taco Tuesdays. Actually, it's because you can crunch numbers faster than any human being could which means as like meek and set strategy and make decisions faster than we ever could. And that my friend is why we worked together hand in glove except hand as an office and gloves dozen. Yeah. Well, hand has a and glove doesn't so the CNA certification. You've got earn it. This CNA certification dot org for details.

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"red hat" Discussed on FT News

FT News

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on FT News

"Technology and services, and I b m success many decades has been to stay relevant that companies look to it as a cool supply and that went through the mainframe air, and then later into modern technologies now the risk IBM is that it's becoming less relevant that people aren't looking to IBM's technology anymore because the cloud has come a long, cloud computing, and we will know that Amazon web services, Google, Microsoft. These are the companies that are running the big new cloud platforms that are starting to soak up more and more. Of the world's IT an IBM is kind of running behind in this game. And so although there have still a very big and important supplier of technology to companies owned data centers. They're not really anywhere in the cloud yet. And so what they really need to do is make themselves more relevant and adding this open source of this complex subject. But essentially that betters the they can reengineer quite a lot of those products and services, and the all of their customers will suddenly CIT IBM is more core to our budgets than we thought. And this is actually therefore gonna lift them into the next generation of computing. There's a really big bet it's really important, then right? And Jimmy has been talking a lot about what she calls the hybrid cloud. Can you tell me a little bit about what the hybrid cloud is? Well, there's a lot of jargon in IT. We all know that. But essentially the way to think about it is that what I am isn't did very well and has now been fully by some of these other internet companies is. Is it said to a lot of big corporate uses of IT. Look, you didn't have to build more data centers and put more technology in your data centers. Just give us your computing world. Let's move around them in IT too centers because we're Amazon we go these massive intimate data centers we can use. And they've just taken all that work laid off companies relieved them of it and just charge them and service fee. That's cool. The public cloud for some reason because it's not public data doesn't go out to the public. But anyway, anyways called the public cloud. Now IBM is betting that for most companies. They've got a massive sunk cost in their existing infrastructure. I'm for decades, they're going to carry on using their own data centers, even if they put some of their work in this public cloud. IBM's bet is look we can engineer it. So that some of you will computing happens in the public cloud. Some of it happens in your data center. This is a hybrid cloud. And the if we have the technology that help these two things glued together. Better that move your what leads? Computing toss efficiently between the two this is a much better world you to be in then just trying to handle Amazon web services, which is something alien and out there and takes a lot of integration. But we can do it for you. Right. And is that where red hat comes in in helping the transition for companies between their own private servers and the public cloud. Well, it is. But it's this is not a slam dunk pry B M, these two companies do not fit together. Answer the cloud question. Say IBM itself has been playing defensively for the last few years trying to protect its business in data centers. And obviously that ground is eroding. So is falling behind is revenues have been falling for years red hat, basically, a lot of his business is putting Lennox Lennox rating system this open source operating system, which is used by clouds and in data centers. But that business isn't the future. The future is all the other technologies that said on top of that that help. People manage what leads and so this is much new business for red hat. They haven't been doing that much of it for very long. But what they are trying to do is find ways to make it easier to shift those work leads from a corporate data center into the cloud back again and create this common framework that spans both the technology analyst..

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"red hat" Discussed on FT News

FT News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on FT News

"Helen from the knees. Name of the financial times, John I'm sees Vinson today. We're looking IBM's that she billion cuisine of rat. The biggest transaction in the computer companies history. Malcolm more discusses what chief executive Ginny messy is hoping to achieve and whether the gamble will pay off with which waters are west case data editor. Richard red hat. Isn't a household name. Can you tell us a bit about them? What do they do? Well, red hat is the leading company in something called open source of flat. Now, this has a long history in the tech industry. Goes back about twenty is the idea the rather than pay a company for the code that. It writes, volunteer developers will write programs and everyone can use them. And it sounds very kind of libertarian kind of idea and it was at the beginning. But actually, it's become a very practical way to create software and a surprising number of the world's most important IT systems now actually rest on foundations of open source software and say red hat doesn't make money from setting so because it's free, but it does make money from helping people integrate the software, and I'm providing patches and helping them support the software and helping train and various things like that. So. It's actually a company that's great up on this kind of open source movement. And it's by far the most successful company to merge in that area. So it's basically a services company, then yes services consulting, some technology. Although most of the software is free. There are things around the edges. The you need to make it all work together. A lot of services. Okay. And how does that fit with what I B M is trying to do. Well, I think if you take a step back here, I think the key question for any IT company is relevance. These companies are selling to very big corporate customers to governments Bill very big and complex systems. They look to a handful of cool vendors to supply them with the.

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"red hat" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Saves on fuel emits less carbon theoretically. So there you go check it out. All right. Let's talk a little more about that big old merger acquisition. Whatever you call. It was something big happens. Oh, okay. Just read this. I rem- has agreed to acquire red hat for thirty four billion dollars one of the largest acquisitions in US history. IBM it since to make red hat a unit in its hybrid, cloud business. The deal is subject to regulatory approval and red hat shareholder Provo NS suspected to close as early as the second half of next year. So. I guess not to be cynical here. I knew I beam has been working in the background for years. Didn't know they had thirty four billion dollars in cash on hanging around that survey business is doing quite service, quite low. They're IBM's. Big businesses, cloud are the third largest cloud provider, but they are huge in the in the larger enterprises, I well at one point. Yeah, I think yeah. But but yeah, it's it's now you've got Microsoft, Azure. You gotta Amazon web services out there and IBM wants to move back. We're not back, but they want to expand that marketplace. So red hat is going to be their sales juicer. It's it's going to inject some sales love into this by providing an open platform that fits in well with IBM's existing open platform that is trusted and is a big business. A lot of people see this different ways. I've seen people say this is exactly what IBM needs. It gets the same. Injection from red that it needs to expand its cloud business at a time when it needs to expand its cloud business. I've seen other people say red hats onto decline. This ain't going to save it to rats on a sinking ship doesn't make the ship. Go back up. It's not exactly. I I mean listing it's not sinking. But yeah, it's you know, it is it is not have the rosiest of earnings reports. All the time. It's not not in disaster motor anything. But if it wants to keep growing, it has to do something big. And this is something big. Yeah. I was watching them CBC today actually last week. Just look at it. They're stocking. They're they're doing pretty well for name that I just haven't really heard thought of for fourth year. See this. You know, this the stock rising considerably in. You know, I I wish I wish I don't understand really what did beyond. No. It's Lennox either. One of you wanna just in case, someone doesn't know. Red hat is the poster child for how to make money off an open source platform. Right. So red hat Lennox is an open source operating system that anybody can download for free and use. But what you want is the service level agreement. What you want is the support staff that says, hey, you're running this on your servers, you running this in your enterprise will make sure that it's running. Well, we'll provide the service and support that you need to make sure that you have everything you need to keep it running will provide regular patches and updates to you at cetera etcetera etcetera..

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"red hat" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"For Monday, October twenty nine th twenty eighteen in Los Angeles on Tom Merritt and from Sudan feline, I'm Sarah lane. Also, Los Angeles. I'm Lemar Wilson, the show's producer Roger Chang in the fringes of the LA county area fringes like my show so much effort to describe where Roger is because. He's a secretive is lurking location. Hey, we're gonna talk about. Of course, the big news the red hat merger. We're also going to discuss the idea of subscribing to your apps instead of buying them from an app store, but let's start with a few other tech things, you should know. Walmart assessing an automated store called Sam's Club. Now in Dallas, Texas. The company will use it to try out new technology as scannon go app lets customers scan items that they put in their cart and then pay for them on their phone and apple also use machine learning to help create shopping lists and map out the best route throughout the store. I was just talking about the Microsoft is adding sandbox mode to its windows defender of our software the mode keeps the program isolated from the rest of the software running on a computer, reducing the chance of damage spreading just like chrome, the UK's EasyJet airline said it is moving to the next step of engine development for an electric passenger jet aimed to be used on five hundred kilometer roots by twenty twenty seven EasyJet is developing the aircraft's along with right electric, which will test the engine in a nine seat plane next year. It's already successfully tested in on a two seat plane, Boeing back them and Siemens. Also, developing electric Motors for aircraft..

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"red hat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Trend in tooth wear takes its cue from bright colors. Rainbow teeth are all the rage. Women and girls are painting their pearly whites with colors like sunshine ferry dust mint and pretty in pink. Come in the form of two polish called chrome creator. David Silverstein claims it's one hundred percent safe formulated by dentists from rain alcohol base, and the pigments are like food coloring all compliant with FDA rules cost twenty bucks a bottle is sticking power is up to twenty four hours. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news, a growing number of cars that have been flooded are now being sold since last year's historic storms, nearly half a million flooded cars and made it back on the road. So to one suspecting buyers by used car dealers and individuals Christopher Bassett with Carfax suggests before you buy a used vehicle. Check for telltale signs of water damage rush seat rail the nuts and bolts, even the seat belts. And then in the trunk in the engine compartment a water line or some silts or mud. Vehicles are mainly found in Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania Kentucky. Louisiana. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news Amana survived today's trapped to the bottom of an abandoned mine shaft in the euro-zone desert. John would says he's lucky to be alive or Dell is an amateur prospector, and he was lowering himself by rope into the shaft when he lost control fell broke his left leg and ankle what L had to kill to rattlesnakes in the shaft with a stick before he was finally rescued after a friend passed by the mine and heard his cries for help IBM says it will acquire a software company red hat in thirty four billion dollar stock deal. The technology and consulting company says it would by all red hat shares at one hundred ninety dollars a piece sixty three percent above red hat's closing price. Friday. The deal is subject to red hat shareholder and regulatory approval and should be completed in the latter half of next year ibn intends to keep redheads headquarters in North Carolina..

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"red hat" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Thank you my name is mainly well gary glitter live then is area there might be red hat reserved busted allows the do big raisman family being asked me yeah most people think i'm on drugs can i'm always happy you ondrove no i'm not i'm higher life oh no love read your presentation why does she left by going i don't know about life i think there's other things in fall villain the blank yeah morning about a brand new cabinet beach was thursday morning eighteenth of january first of all i love her and i want to drive across country with her new i want to eat a car with her for six days now you down i do lynnwood longer very insane clown policy pullover and let her out in the first forty minutes minutes if you'd like to second that's a few if you've never seen that in clown puffy documentary it's chock full of fans like that and charade you should definitely not forget what the names i don't recall how survey go to and k c chipped back into the room about bad war with she could sort of lifts the nude woman but more than the drills she dislocated kneecap so she was out of commission for while the notice pack knees are important apparently really yeah we found that he a frigate forgive me for not knowing this is that a common sports injury oh yeah anything impact wise any mpo footballsoccer leadoff soccer through that my auxerre you yeah he's in sports yeah any any kind of it we don't worry impact with people it it could happen dislocating a kneecap you cellphone we found out yesterday disraeli funding she went over dr yesterday because she hadn't got much direction from doctors like what are you do how are you supposed to treated how long do i need to stay on crutches she felt she walked into the doctor's office doctor said why are you still encroaches oh no at who made the difference on my wall i'll just have it up in just let it he'll a d.

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"red hat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dumb with his third goal in two games choir that one pass proffered through is free and the wilder on the board they now trail three two one and the last twentyfour plus hours dump a his double he sees in he now is six on the irs suitor and coyle the helpers there that vinnie hindu stroh's was sent to the box forests lashed the minnesota wild hit six penalties called on them compared to just one for the blackhawks so you know the slightest infraction was comey this one was legit the fourteen 35 mark hit is droese goes to the box on a slash so boost bruce boudreau decides to pull his goalie for an extra attacker in a three one hole and up backfiring as the red hat fourth line guy managed to light the lap again the lines surgery what's up one other sudanese four waigel's with his six the year and again that's four goals in his last five that came with four minutes to go in virtually sealed the deal it was still four one when we're just to a waiting for it to become official here's john with the final countdown gotta were caruana one they beat minnesota here tonight one in the blackhawks even had a fifteen denied advantage in shots in that third period forty six to twenty eight for the game they did when only forty four percent of their faceoffs again winning comfortably despite being down around forty three forty four percent in the face off that as they were against winnipeg minnesota ahead twenty four blocked shots to the blackhawks twelve and twenty seven hits to the blackhawks eighteen let's go to night save of the game sponsored by goodwill were amazing savings happen every day goodwill at amazing goodwill dot com for three behind passenger reilly right point.

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"red hat" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"red hat" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Glaciers know depending upon which administration is in office mark thank you so very much loved they love hearing from ya and he does have the best words boeing todd thanks for being with us in minnesota todd good afternoon on are paying for taking my call pleasure to speak with you i've been listening to you and learning from you for a long time way back way back the time when you were an expert witness so to speak for the the big red hat eggshells has a long time and thank you for sticking let me that for a long time but i'm i'm wondering if some of the pundits that that you have on it seems like a number of them keep repeating that they can't understand why the republicans are doing passing this tax bill because it's still very unpopular and am i wonder for overlooking two things the the first is that if you're a wage earner and i'm sure you've got a lot of a lot of listeners who are they get a they get their paycheck every week by monthly whatever and it's typically the same amount you get that you can almost figure to the dollar what's your paycheck is going to be every week because it doesn't vary a lot there is likely there is likely going to be an immediate benefit small as it may be on paychex right away and people are gonna get terrapin that envelop see their paycheck and say oh gosh republicans did give me a little tax break it went up fifteen dollars in my check this week they won't knowles those those the downsized this coming later because their property taxes they don't filed for months later a war uh you know those those deferred dangerous things that are happening won't beyond that of media paycheck in january the small benefit well and i'm sorry to say a lotta people won't think beyond that i'm afraid.

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