Red Hat's executive vice president and president of Products and Technologies, Paul Cormier, comments on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, its history, and its impact on IT over the years—plus what it’s enabling for the future.
Since 1946, UNICEF has helped millions of children across the globe. Now, a team from UNICEF Innovation is taking this mission farther with an open source platform called MagicBox. But with ambition they face new challenges: How should we engage the open source community? How do we protect data?
The UNICEF and Red Hat teams arrive in New York to kick off their Open Innovation Labs residency. This chapter highlights the team’s excitement and anxieties: Early exercises interest some, worry others.
The team travels to Colombia to meet with project stakeholders. Feedback changes their direction, two projects become one, and the Red Hat and UNICEF teams hit their stride working together.
The team is back in New York to present the final proof of concept and recap the work they’ve done the last 8 weeks. We learn about the next steps for the project and how contributors can get involved.
Project participants share their experience working on software for social good.
Two interns discuss what they’re working on at UNICEF Innovation.
A three minute video introducing the problems leading to HCI and the Red Hat solution.
Learn how airline Cathay Pacific migrated to a hybrid cloud with Red Hat to speed time to market, improve development efficiency, and reduce operating costs.
Paychex picked Red Hat as its partner to meet its digital transformation goals—faster deployments and a better customer experience.
Learn more at redhat.com/en/success-stories/paychex