Expansion of Collaboratory Announced at Red Hat Summit

Boston University (BU) and Red Hat announced a $20 million renewal and expansion of their partnership at Red Hat Summit 2021, including a generous software donation, to drive new talent, processes, and innovations for the open hybrid cloud. Over the next five years, the Red Hat Collaboratory, housed within BU’s Hariri Institute for Computing, will lead integrated initiatives in open-source development through its commitment to research, education, and technological advancement.  



Below is a round up of related stories about this exciting announcement:

Red Hat and Boston University Announce Major Partnership to Advance Open Hybrid Cloud Research and Operations at Scale, Red Hat, April 27, 2021

BU and Red Hat Extend, Expand Partnership for Cloud Research, BU Today, Boston University, Art Jahnke, April 27, 2021

BU and Red Hat Expand Innovative Partnership, Hariri Institute for Computing, Boston University, Gina Mantica, April 27, 2021

Red Hat CEO Cormier: Every CIO needs to be a cloud operator, ZDNet, Larry Dignan, April 27, 2021

Red Hat goes to school to crack open source’s operations problem, SiliconAngle, R.Danes, April 27,2021

CEO Paul Cormier explains Red Hat’s open-source hybrid innovation and research initiatives, SiliconAngle, R. Danes, April 27, 2021

Open Infrastructure Foundation News: Red Hat Provides $551.9 Million in Software Subscriptions to Boston University, Advancing Mission of OpenInfra Labs, Open Infrastructure Foundation, April 28, 2021

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