News of Note—Machine learning needs to overcome roadblocks; Red Hat shifts focus to OpenShift and more

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Red Hat has shifted its focus from OpenStack to OpenShift. (Pixabay)

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> Although virtually no one in the telecom industry disputes the value of machine learning, there remain several large hurdles that need to be cleared. Techopedia article

> Red Hat has shifted its focus from OpenStack to OpenShift, the latter of which is a Kubernetes-based container platform. Forbes article

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> Despite the dominance of Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google, smaller cloud service providers are successfully carving out their own market niches.  Fast Company article

> At the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, Kontron announced the installation of a new Pharos community lab that supports the OPNFV Project as well as updates to its SYMKLOUD open source platforms.  Press release | Press release

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