When it became clear that a re-platforming exercise was required for Sky News’ hardware infrastructure underpinning the broadcaster service, Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization was chosen for the project. Virtualization offered the flexibility needed to grow the service, deal with
With the rapid growth of Indonesian capital market and the demanding development of its online trading system, IDX needed an IT system that could deliver superior performance, capacity, and security.
Performance deficits and the high costs associated with purchasing and maintaining servers were the catalysts for Munich Airport’s transition from UNIX to Linux® systems.
Filhet-Allard, a large insurance broker in France, was facing issues of agility, integration, and connectivity which made it difficult to deliver new applications to customers.
Dutch non-profit healthcare insurance company ONVZ needed to replace its home-grown infrastructure with a virtualization platform that worked in both Linux® and Microsoft environments, offering more flexibility, great performance, and easy
A world-renowned luxury hotel commissioned an e-commerce platform to expand and improve sales of its popular, seasonal pastry. Working with Red Hat® Advanced Business Partner Cxrus Solutions, the hotel implemented the e-commerce platform running on Red Hat
Saddled with an inflexible legacy IT infrastructure, Lafayette College needed a more efficient and scalable way to keep pace with its growing demand for IT services.