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In Asia Pacific: Red Hat Launches OpenShift Practise Builder Program for System Integrators

In Asia Pacific: Red Hat Launches OpenShift Practise Builder Program for System Integrators

The world’s leading provider of open source solutions – Red Hat Inc. – announces the launch of the Red Hat OpenShift Practice Builder Program in Asia Pacific. The program aims to help system integrators (SIs) build and monetize a modern cloud-native application development and delivery practice using Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat JBossMiddleware. The announcement was made public earlier this week.

“System integrators are key to helping Asia Pacific companies innovate through the development of new cloud and container-enabled applications, as well as modernizing existing applications,” said Josep Garcia, VP, Asia-Pacific Partners and Alliances, Red Hat.

Several Asia-Pacific SIs including NTT Data in Japan, Wipro in India, Sino-Bridge in China and Integral and ANATAS in Australia have been involved in building the program. The Red Hat OpenShift Practice Builder Program is designed to be relevant to both established as well as “born-in-the- cloud” SIs that are building a DevOps or a modern application development practice.

“With agility and flexibility being increasingly identified as being important in the current volatile business environments, we are confident that our strong collaboration with Red Hat will be the basis for our solutions,” said Hiroshi Tomiyasu, technology and innovation general headquarters, NTT Data.

“Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform will be a core technology to help drive our legacy-digital integration platform, which aims to help customers migrate their on-premise assets to the cloud to maximize their value,” he said.

 

 

 

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