As this year draws to a close, we stop to reflect on what 2022 has meant to us. For many, it’s been a year that saw people returning to the office and other public venues, mingling with coworkers, family and friends—some of whom we haven’t seen in more than two years. Gatherings are becoming more frequent, restrictions are being lifted and fewer masks are worn in grocery stores and doctor’s offices, among a number of other things.
Red Hat Summit went hybrid for the first time, with more than 900 attendees in Boston and in excess of 14,000 logging into the virtual experience. AnsibleFest was another popular event, showcasing the benefits of automation for organizations—from development and operations to security and network teams.
This year has also seen some incredible successes for our customers. We’re proud and fortunate to have been able to help them adapt to the changes over the past year. Here, we’ve curated a collection of 10 Red Hat customer success stories from 2022. We hope you enjoy reading their stories.
Wishing you a prosperous and safe 2023.
Telefónica Colombia uses open source solutions to improve time to market and operational efficiency
2022 Red Hat Innovator of the Year
Red Hat helped the Bogota, Colombia-based telecommunications giant transform the design, build, testing and delivery of high-value digital solutions to create faster, more efficient and less costly solutions and to provide enhanced customer experiences.
ttb adopts microservices with Red Hat OpenShift and Dynatrace
Thailand’s TMBThanachart Bank worked with Red Hat and other technology partners to develop a clearly defined roadmap to cloud computing and DevOps processes for application development, deployment and management.
Nymbus runs digital banking services on Red Hat OpenShift and Nutanix HCI
Banking technology provider Nymbus chose Red Hat and Nutanix to help the company quickly develop and deliver new, innovative services to its customers at scale—doubling its ability to implement specialized banking solutions simultaneously.
Siemens improves uptime and security with Red Hat OpenShift
Multinational technology manufacturer Siemens worked with Red Hat to replace its monolithic architecture and platform so developers can apply artificial intelligence (AI)-generated data insights in smaller, iterative changes that avoid disrupting operations.
Graybar Boosts IT Infrastructure Automation and Management with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
An electrical wholesaler and supply chain management specialist based in North America, Graybar migrated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux from a third-party Linux OS, improving compliance that allowed it to focus on business objectives.
WWZ Energie adopts Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions
The adoption of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions helped the Swiss utility company enhance its automation capabilities to improve system reliability, reduce risk and deliver energy and utility services to customers faster.
Cepsa boosts efficiency with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
Working in close collaboration with Red Hat Consulting, Cepsa used Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to make automation a primary element of its innovation strategy, improving response times and IT security, saving more than 6,000 work hours.
ADB uses Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to boost infrastructure management
Asian Development Bank (ADB) worked closely with Red Hat to modernize, standardize and automate operations, allowing them to deliver faster, more secure digital services for its customers and save hundreds of work hours each year.
Cloud services / hybrid cloud
Banfico delivers open banking with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS
With Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, the London-based fintech startup created a scalable foundation for its cloud application environment to respond quickly to market demand, while improving security and speeding up application deployment to near-real-time.
Vodafone NZ deploys Red Hat solutions to streamline systems and enable process agility
Vodafone New Zealand chose a range of Red Hat products and services, including Azure Red Hat OpenShift, for its hybrid cloud, container-based microservice architecture that lets them quickly scale and deploy in response to increased demand.