Red Hat locations in Latin America
From Buenos Aries to São Paulo, Red Hat is investing heavily in sales and engineering, as we strive to make open source middleware, virtualization, and cloud computing technology as ubiquitous as Linux. We always need innovators with a collaborative spirit to build and keep the company running smoothly.
Latin America is one of Red Hat’s fastest growing areas, with offices including:
São Paulo, Brazil
São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and one of the five largest and most diverse cities in the world. People from 70 different nationalities and states in Brazil—plus those of varying heritages, races, and creeds—live and work in São Paulo. This city is also Brazil’s capital of culture, with more than 12,500 restaurants, 250 movie theaters, and 75 libraries.
Red Hat's São Paulo office sits alongside many large companies in the new business center of the city, Itaim. The Red Hat São Paulo team spans many different job roles, including Sales, Legal, IT, Global Support Services, Consulting, and Finance. Many teams at Red Hat have operations in this office, so there is a very global feel and vision of the company and the region.
From the office, you can see Faria Lima Avenue X JK—one of the busiest intersections in the city—and you’re in close proximity to the local airport in Congonhas and the Ibirapuera Public Park, one of the largest in Latin America.
Red Hat São Paulo is a family of associates. Everyone knows everyone else and many describe it as working for “a small, big company.”
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Red Hat Argentina is located in the city of Buenos Aires, the country’s largest city, as well as its capital and financial, investment, and economic center. Located beside the Rio de la Plata riverbank in refurbished dock buildings with several other technology companies from around the world, Red Hat is at the center of the old port of Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires has an eclectic mix of art, culture, history, and beauty united in what was once called "the Paris of Latin America." Despite its European connections, Buenos Aires definitely has its own flavor. This city is dynamic, yet traditional; historic, yet avant-garde. It boasts tango, football, asado, and lovely people who make a huge city feel small.
Red Hat was named among the Best Companies to Work for in Argentina for 2008, 2009, and 2011 by Apertura and Businessweek.The office building stands in Puerto Madero, which is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city, full of luxurious hotels, cultural centers, high-end restaurants, and corporate buildings. It’s an interesting mix of modern buildings alongside old warehouses. The associates here are closely connected, sharing meals and many after-hours activities. Like most other Latin America countries, working in Buenos Aires means you’re surrounded by friendly, talkative, and fun coworkers—and that’s even more true at Red Hat with our culture of freedom and openness.
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico’s center of business, culture, and government, Mexico City was once also the center of the entire Aztec empire. Red Hat’s Mexico City office has been growing by leaps and bounds, fueled by its passionate sales team and a vibrant mix of cultures and personalities. Associates in this office describe one another as ”spices that make this office a terrific place to work.”
The office has high ceilings and large windows to allow as much sun light as possible to come in, creating an inspiring working environment. Situated in a strategic area of the city, this office is in close proximity to museums, parks, restaurants, gardens, shopping options, and clubs. The area is also surrounded by cinemas and bowling alleys, and there is even a nearby zoo that’s perfect for a quick getaway.
Red Hat Mexico City offers an eclectic environment for associates to experience the variety of entertainment options available in a large city, but with the sense of community and sharing that only working with a close-knit team can provide.
Red Hat Chile is based in the country’s largest city and capitol, Santiago, in El Golf Centre. Located just one block from the subway over a very important avenue, Apoquindo, Red Hatters in Santiago are within walking distance to El Bosque Street and Isidora Goyenechea, with many different places to dine. A short drive away, there is a large shopping mall, Parque Arauco, with a boulevard, shops, entertainment options, and cinemas.
Founded in 1541 by Spanish Conquistador Pedro de Valdivia, Santiago’s steady economic growth has transformed it into one of Latin America's most modern metropolitan areas, with extensive suburban development, dozens of shopping centers, and impressive high-rise architecture.
Red Hat Chile is home to a proud, energetic, and innovative sales team.