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Our open source technologies are being used throughout the federal government, from processing Medicare claims at the CMS to handling airplane traffic at the FAA to enhancing every tactical vehicle in the DOD, and in all 50 states.Read More
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We're deeply committed to the future of education, and ready to make your IT run smoothly so students, faculty, and administrators can focus on a better learning experience.Read More
In the public sector market, the Red Hat partner community helps customers implement innovative, cost-effective solutions that respond to business needs and deliver value.Read More
In particular, the ability to stand up IaaS and PaaS capabilities makes this deployment stand out as a success in the government sector.Munjeet Singh, Senior associate, Booz Allen Hamilton Learn More
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Download Red Hat® whitepapers about open source in government to help your agency decide if Red Hat solutions can solve your business or IT problem.
- Are you controlling software costs? Or are software costs controlling you?
- Recognizing a decade of innovation
- SELinux: A new approach to secure systems
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Academic Edition
- Accenture and Red Hat solutions
- Modernize your IT infrastructure for increased efficiency
- Your datacenter journey: Building a platform without boundaries
- How to achieve real-time performance while securing your application data
- PaaS in the real world – from 3 months to 2 weeks
- Protect your data without high costs and complexity
- Prevent shadow IT and regain control of your infrastructure
Get more in-depth information about Red Hat and open source in government.
- What the evolution of open source can teach the public, private, and people sectors (FutureGov, 2014-01-16)
- Red Hat Academy gets expanded content, new web-based textbooks (The Journal, 2014-01-15)
- Why IT went hybrid (Forbes, 2014-01-14)
- eWEEK at 30: Linux Makes Open Source a Software Industry Force (eWeek, 2013-12-31)
- Red Hat on a Roll (InformationWeek, 2013-12-20)
- What the escalating war among cloud computing rivals means for you (GCN, 2013-12-18)
- Massachusetts launches open cloud to spur big data R&D(GCN, 2013-12-16)
- Viewpoint: 5 open source myths (Federal Times, 2013-12-15)
- The future of open source: Red Hat Government Symposium highlights (FedScoop, 2013-11-07)
Find government-related open source and Red Hat events.
- ISM Conference 2014 (2014-05-05)
- 2014 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (2014-05-20)
- 2014 Space Symposium (2014-05-19)
- 2014 Management of Change (MOC) (2014-05-18)
- Montgomery IT Summit 2014 (2014-05-20)
- 2014 GovSec (2014-05-13)
- ATCA Tech Symposium (FAA) (2014-05-13)
- DISA Partner Conference (JIE Mission Symposuim) (2014-05-12)
- Kirtland AFB/Sandia/DOE Cyber Security Seminar & IT Expo (2014-05-07)
- Navy Information Dominance Industry Day (2014-05-07)
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Is OpenStack right for you?
Standardizing cuts out waste. When we in the technology industry can agree on a standard platform to build on, we spend more time creating and less time maintaining or fixing. So how does OpenStack® fit in?