During this week's Red Hat Summit, the company announced enhanced support for edge networking in its upcoming RHEL 8.4 release. The Red Hat Edge initiative promises new capabilities that will make RHEL a more powerful foundation for the open hybrid cloud.\nThe Red Hat Edge aims to extend Red Hat\u2019s open hybrid cloud portfolio to the edge. This will involve everything from telecommunications and transportation to smart automobiles and enterprise devices. With Red Hat technologies, the edge-ready technology stack uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux along with:\n\nRed Hat OpenShift \u2013 making it possible to deploy Kubernetes platform in both space- and resource-constrained locations\nRed Hat Advanced Cluster Management \u2013 adding Kubernetes management capabilities across the hybrid cloud\nRed Hat Ansible Automation Platform \u2013 automating workflows\nRed Hat Integration \u2013 connecting applications and data across edge and open cloud deployments\nRed Hat Data Services \u2013 storing, analyzing and distributing data across edge and data centers\n\nThe company is also expanding its predictive analytics offering, Red Hat Insights, across the open hybrid cloud with the launch of Red Hat Insights for Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and with expanded capabilities for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).\nWe also learned\u00a0that Snam, one of the world\u2019s largest gas networks, has deployed Red Hat OpenShift along with some other\u00a0cloud-native\u00a0technologies to help drive the organization\u2019s digital transformation. Using a broad set of Red Hat\u2019s powerful open hybrid cloud solutions, Snam will be able to better manage and scale applications across its distributed infrastructure, including at the\u00a0edge, to prepare for a\u00a0hybrid cloud\u00a0and multi-cloud future.\u00a0\nFor more details on these and other announcements, visit\u00a0the Red Hat newsroom.