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Red Hat launches Open Innovation Labs in Singapore

By Chong Jinn Wei - on 30 Sep 2017, 10:00am

Red Hat launches Open Innovation Labs in Singapore

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Red Hat recently launched its Open Innovations Labs facility in Singapore to service the Asia-Pacific region.

Open Innovation Labs is a residency program where clients can send a small IT team to work together with Red Hat experts for a period of time. From one to three months, Red Hat experts will directly assist and work together with the IT team to provide solutions that are catered to the company’s needs.

During the residency program, the IT team will learn to work with various open source tools using an agile-development methodology that can help them discover the best way of modernizing legacy applications, as well as developing new applications.

If the IT team is not able to physically travel to Singapore, secure cloud environments allows Red Hat experts to work together with the team at anytime and anywhere. This service can be done virtually, in an Open Innovation Labs facility, or even at the company’s own office.

In addition, IT teams will be introduced to use microservices, as well as their deployment in containers and delivery using DevOps methodologies across cloud, mobile and physical environments.

Red Hat’s Open Innovation Labs was launched in 2016 with the goal of helping customers apply Red Hat’s open source expertise to provide solution for their businesses. Since its launch, there are Open Innovation Labs in London and Boston as well.

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