Sydney

Macquarie Bank

Macquarie Bank has been working to transform its retail digital capabilities over the past 18 months. In building a new digital banking offering from the ground up, the bank sought to offer its customers a truly intuitive and personalised digital banking experience. The new digital banking environment offers customers a full view of both their personal banking and wealth management holdings, enabling them to manage their finances in one place in an intuitive and engaging way.

We’re honoured to be named as the recipient of a Red Hat Innovation Award at this year’s Forum. In building our new personalised and intuitive digital banking offering, we sought to provide customers with features that we believe to be a first of their kind in Australian banking and tools that are more like the social media sites, search engines and video or music streaming services our customers currently use. To achieve this we required a platform for execution and delivery that supports a constant stream of innovative solutions. Working with Red Hat enabled us to achieve greater agility and speed to market in a fast-changing technology landscape.

Rajay Rai, Digital Architect, Macquarie Bank
(From left) Rajay Rai, Digital Architect, Macquarie Bank; and Max McLaren, Vice President and General Manager, ANZ, Red Hat, at Red Hat Forum Sydney 2016.

Macquarie transforms digital banking experience for customers

Beijing

(From left) Yang Yu, Senior Manager, PAAS Platform, Lenovo; Stephanos Bacon, Senior Director, Portfolio Strategy Application Platform Management, Red Hat; Yi Zheng, Vice President, Capitalonline Data Service Co., Ltd

Capitalonline Data Service Co., Ltd

Based in China, Capitalonline Data Service offers secure and stable cloud computing services to its customers around the world. As such, customers can effectively cope with the rapid development seen in the Internet industry, particularly in areas related to gaming, video, online education and big data.

Capitalonline deployed Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Ceph Storage to build a cloud office environment. This migration from a traditional hardware environment slashed hardware, operational and maintenance costs as well as enabled future integration to the Global Interconnected Cloud (GIC) system.

Red Hat provides us with a flexible, efficient, scalable private cloud platform to meet our business growth, while to lay the foundation for providing global customers with our own global private network to lay the foundation.

Weimin Li, Director, R&D Department, Capitalonline

Lenovo

Lenovo, a multinational technology manufacturer, wanted to achieve a digital transformation and focus on adopting Internet+, a Chinese government strategy that aims to support economic growth through the integration of IT and the internet with manufacturing and industry. To achieve this transformation, its IT team needed to efficiently develop and launch many applications. Lenovo sought to deploy a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution to provide the agile and cloud capabilities needed to meet demand and gain competitive advantage. By deploying Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, the company decreased system deployment time and improved productivity through greater automation and increased support for collaborative DevOps work.

With a Platform-as-a-Service built on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, along with our automated managent tools, we can provide efficient and agile cloud services internally and externally.

Zhenyu Yao, Executive Director, Integrated Technology Service General Manager, Lenovo

Shenzhen

(From left) SM Chang, General Manager, Greater China, Red Hat; Minghe Zhao, Department Manager, Wireless Product R&D Institute / Controller Dept. III, ZTE; Yongbo Zhang, Bank Platform Leader, Bank Cooperation Center, China Industrial Bank; and Margaret Dawson, Director, Global Product Marketing, Platform & Solution Marketing, Infrastructure, Red Hat

Industrial Bank Co., Ltd.

Founded in August 1988 and headquartered in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, Industrial Bank (IB) is one of the first batch of joint-stock commercial banks approved by the State Council and the People's Bank of China, and the first Equator Bank in China. Over 20 years, IB has been advocating the philosophy of "Sincere Service, Growing Together" and endeavored to offer comprehensive, top-quality, and high-efficient financial service for customers.

ZTE Corporation

ZTE Corporation (ZTE) is a leading global provider of integrated communications solutions, ranging from voice, data, and multimedia to wireless broadband. Enabling network operators and enterprise network clients in more than 160 countries, ZTE needed to be able to navigate the ever-changing challenges faced in a global communications industry. As a solution, ZTE turned to Red Hat® OpenShift PaaS Container Platform and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to not only extend its competitive edge but also to prepare for the next generation 5G telecommunications standards.

It is an honour to win 2016 Red Hat APAC innovation award. Over the years, ZTE has been actively exploring the SDN/NFV technology, telecom cloud solutions for end to end. Through the open source technology to create a healthy and sustainable development of the ecosystem, to help telecom operators to build a on-demand definition of network and rapid business innovation platform. After deep strategic cooperation with the Red Hat and contribution to the OpenShift community, we overcomed the traditional IT platform network performance, complex application scheduling difficulties and other key technical issues, complete the ICT fusion cloud platform CloudWorks. At the same time, we also hopes to follow more in-depth technical cooperation, more participants, to promote the community to meet a wider range of application areas.

Minghe Zhao, Department Manager, Wireless Product R&D Institute / Controller Dept. III,ZTE

Hong Kong

CargoSmart

CargoSmart is one of the world's largest integrated international container transportation, logistics and terminal companies. It is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with networks encompassing Asia, Europe, North America and Australasia. The organization needed to scale out in a short period of time to improve efficiency and time to market. Therefore, they embarked on a journey with Red Hat’s OpenStack and CloudForms which provided a stable platform matched with high capabilities. It also paved the way for future expansion.

We are the very first enterprise in Hong Kong to implement Red Hat OpenStack platform in a production system. Red Hat has the most open-source developers and contributors on the OpenStack platform, which greatly helps our project evaluation stage and implementation stage.

Eric Wong, Assistant General Manager of CargoSmart
(From left) Peter Man, Regional Director, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan & South China, Red Hat; Eric Wong, Assistant General Manager, CargoSmart; Margaret Dawson, Director, Global Product Marketing, Platform & Solution Marketing, Infrastructure, Red Hat

CargoSmart modernizes its software-defined data center with Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Mumbai

Credit Information Bureau Ltd (CIBIL)

The Credit Information Bureau India Limited (CIBIL) is the first and leading credit bureau of India, earmarked as a National Critical Asset. To achieve a faster response time to credit report requests from its member banks, CIBIL adopted Red Hat technologies in a four-phase project to virtualize, migrate, configure and maintain its mission critical systems. This has allowed CIBIL to successfully reduce its server footprint, decrease capital expenditure, improve performance and enjoy better security.

(From left) A Shiju Rawther, Assistant Vice President - Technology, TransUnion CIBIL Limited; Rajesh Rege, Managing Director, India, Red Hat

New Delhi

Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO)

The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization assists the tripartite Board in India to administer a contributory provident fund, pension scheme and an insurance scheme for the workforce engaged in the organized sector in India. Consisting of offices at 122 locations across the country, EPFO embarked on a project with Red Hat to reduce the time in information exchange and to reduce the lengthy verification process by consolidating the data under one roof.

The team from EPFO accepting the accolade on the mainstage of Red Hat Forum New Delhi.

Bengaluru

National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.

National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is one of the leading stock exchanges, both in APAC and globally. NSE provides a core platform for traders and investors for various activities such as stock, currency, commodity, and derivatives trading. With increased accessibility to trading, NSE needed to maintain its competitive edge and strengthen its ability to handle the growing transactions with a modern, fully automated screen-based trading system.

Red Hat solutions were strategic in helping NSE successfully move towards its goal of becoming the world's largest stock exchange in terms of trading volume and the range of products and services offered.

Mr. Sankarson Banerjee, CTO - Projects, NSE
(From left) Phil Andrews, Vice President Enterprise Sales & Strategic Business Development, APAC, Red Hat, and Mahesh Soparkar, Vice President (BI, Surveillance & Projects), NSE.

Jakarta

PT Kereta Api

PT KAI is a state-owned enterprise and one of the oldest and major public railway operators in Indonesia. In its endeavor to modernize the railway passenger core ticketing system, PT KAI collaborated with Red Hat to develop its next-generation railway ticketing system using Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Red Hat JBoss Fuse, a lightweight, flexible, integration platform for integrating applications, data, services, and devices. Based on popular open source technologies, JBoss Fuse provides services for transformation, routing, and log assignments.

We are delighted to receive a Red Hat Innovation Award. We strongly believe in modernizing our infrastructure to better service customers. With the new real-time next generation ticketing system we hope to provide a high-performing, user-friendly and highly-available interface for ticket booking. We look forward to working with Red Hat on many more such innovative projects.

Mukti Jauhari, executive vice president, Information System, PT KAI
(From left) Rully Moulany, Country Manager, Indonesia, Red Hat; Mukti Jauhari, Executive Vice President, Information System, PT Kai; and Damien Wong, Vice President and General Manager, ASEAN, Red Hat.

Tokyo

Asahi Tekko

Asahi Tekko was founded in 1948 and is in the manufacturing industry. They would like to build an internal system that optimizes production efficiency with the use of IoT technology. With the help of Red Hat, Asahi Tekko successfully decreased manufacturing, manpower and operation costs. They were also able to monitor the system in real-time with flexibility and accuracy.

(From left) DP van Leeuwen, SVP and GM, Red Hat, APAC; James Whitehurst, President and CEO, Red Hat; Tetsuya Kimura, President, Asahi Tekko CO.,LTD; Hirokazu Mochizuki, VP, Red Hat Japan

SoftBank

Softbank is a telecommunications company and have been looking to modernize their system that is responsible for all mobile phone-related contracts. Key to the system is high accuracy and robustness. With Red Hat’s technical strengths in open source, Softbank was able to improve on capabilities and reduce overall cost. They also gained first mover advantage with a system that is so flexible.

(From left) DP van Leeuwen, SVP and GM, Red Hat, APAC; James Whitehurst, President and CEO, Red Hat; Yoshimitsu Sano, Senior Director, Consumer System Division, SoftBank Corp.; Hirokazu Mochizuki, VP, Red Hat Japan

Seoul

POSCO ICT

POSCO ICT needed a low-cost, high efficiency IT system due to spending cuts amidst a low growth season. The company drastically reduced costs and increased internal capabilities by configuring its smart factory IT environment with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat JBoss instead of using proprietary solutions.

We have worked with Red Hat to run open source reliably for the last 10 years, and we will continue this relationship to identify and build new growth drivers.

Dong-hoon Seong, Team leader, IT infrastructure technical support team, POSCO ICT
(From left) Mi Young Kim, Business Unit Manager, POSCO ICT, with Hahm Jae-kyung, General Manager, Korea, Red Hat.

National Computing & Information Service (NCIS)

National Computing and Information Service (NCIS) is the Korean government’s institute responsible for managing the government’s internet data center for e-government services, which is used nationwide by its government employees and all citizens. Together with Red Hat, NCIS developed a software-defined data center based on a private cloud infrastructure using open source software. This resulted in the development of the world’s first Government Integrated Data Center.

Representative from NCIS accepting the award from Hahm Jae-kyung, General Manager, Korea, Red Hat (right)

Kuala Lumpur

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

TNB is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia and one of the largest in the southeast Asia region. Recently, TNB embarked on an IT transformation to modernize it existing IT environment that was previously based on proprietary UNIX systems. The new platform allowed TNB to create a stable, reliable and more secure infrastructure platform, capable of taking on today’s challenges with the flexibility to adapt to tomorrow’s requirements.

As Malaysia’s largest electrical utility company, TNB handles significant volumes of workloads every day. In our quest to modernize our IT environment, we turned to Red Hat to help us improve automation, scalability, agility and security. Red Hat's subscription model and open source solutions not only offered us these advantages, but it has also helped us innovate and enhance our customer experiences.

Nasrin Abg Omar, General Manager of DCX, Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Nasrin Abg Omar (third from right), General Manager of DCX, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, accepting the award with his team from Damien Wong (third from left), Vice President and General Manager, ASEAN, Red Hat, at Red Hat Forum 2016, Kuala Lumpur.

Singapore

Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech)

To push forth Singapore's vision of becoming a smart nation, GovTech developed a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution for the Singapore government using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. The innovative use of open cloud technology enables government agencies to quickly develop, host and scale applications. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform not only helps in accelerating innovation but also helps GovTech to create and deploy applications with speed and consistency.

We love the challenge of building NECTAR, an open cloud native application infrastructure for the government of Singapore, as it requires us to design, build, deploy and operate a Platform-as-a-Service that can meet stringent government requirements while maintaining usability, reliability and agility. The team couldn’t have done it without great support from Red Hat, the open source community and our partner agencies including Ministry of Finance (MOF), Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) and Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO).

Mr Parimal Aswani, Director, Technology, Government Digital Services, GovTech
(From left) Richard Koh, Country Manager, Singapore, Red Hat; Parimal Aswani, Director, Technology, Government Digital Services, GovTech; Mark Lim, Director, Government Digital Services; and DP van Leeuwen, SVP and GM, Red Hat, APAC

Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

Ranked 13th globally and 1st amongst the world’s best young universities, NTU Singapore has in recent years positioned itself firmly at the forefront of strategic research in Singapore, helping to fuel Singapore's drive for research and innovation. Its Smart Mobility Test Bed (SMTB) project aims to build cutting edge Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) that enhance public transportation services and commuter safety, pushing new frontiers in technology. To increase its infrastructure and operational efficiency, NTU reached out to Red Hat to create a highly scalable and modular, container-based platform that can also handle the dynamism of the platform.

NTU’s Smart Mobility Test Bed (SMTB) Project Team and High Performance Computing Centre, together with Red Hat form a collaborative tripartite team to deliver a versatile and scalable container-based cloud infrastructure to support complex cutting edge Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) that can enhance public transportation services and commuter safety. This collaboration has been exciting and challenging, but purposeful, and exemplifies how NTU together with its partners aim to improve the quality of living through technological innovation.

Mr. Tay Kheng Tiong, chief information officer, Nanyang Technological University
Melvin Soh, Senior Assistant Director for NTU's High Performance Computing Centre (middle), accepting the award on stage.

Taipei

Inventec Corporation

Inventec Corporation is a Taiwan Stock Exchange listed electronic manufacturing service company that provides services like engineering design and development to top brands in the world. They had to build a service flow system to better serve their customers and chose Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization to improve flexibility and achieve scalability. They are now able to provide efficient services to their customers and at the same time, increase revenue for the organization.

While other software vendors were considered, Red Hat provided a highly scalable, affordable, open source model that was more effective to run a large-scale cloud deployment project. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization also gives us a robust, efficient, and safe solution at a low cost. When combined with other Red Hat offerings, it has helped us provide better services to our
customers.

John Tsung, Vice President Cloud Computing Solution Center, Inventec Corporation
(From left) Bryan Che, General Manager, Cloud Product Strategy, Red Hat, and John Tsung Ph.D., Vice President, Cloud Service Center, Cloud Information Services, Inventec

China Life Insurance Co. Ltd.

China Life Insurance was founded in 1963 and currently has seven customer service centers, seven life insurance business divisions, eight branch offices and 167 service points. It was challenging for the organization to standardize the existing environment, hence they chose Red Hat JBoss EAP to build the Customer Online Insurance System on. The Red Hat solutions implemented not only allows the company to enjoy great flexibility but also scalability and efficiency, thanks to standardization and automation.

(From left) Bryan Che, General Manager, Cloud Product Strategy, Red Hat, and Richard Sun, Chief Information Officer, China Life Insurance Co., Ltd.