Summer is just around the corner and Red Hat is adding more awards to our roster! We are proud to announce that several Red Hatters and Red Hat products are being recognized by leading industry publications and organizations for efforts in driving innovation.
Open source is ingrained in everything we do at Red Hat, and we are continually amazed by the collaboration and creativity demonstrated by Red Hatters as well as our communities, partners and customers. These latest awards are a testament to the open source way and our company-wide dedication to supporting solutions that end users need today, tomorrow and beyond.
Fortune Magazine - Fortune 1000
For a fourth consecutive year, Red Hat is included in the Fortune 1000 list! This year we moved up to #722 from #776 in 2019. The rankings are determined based on company revenues for their respective fiscal years.
CRN - Women of the Channel
The annual CRN Women of the Channel list highlights women who exhibit thought leadership, channel expertise, and innovative vision for driving channel growth. And this year, not one, but three Red Hatters are being recognized! Terri Hall, vice president of Global Partners and Alliances, Jessica Campbell, federal channel account manager in North America, and Hayley Wienszcak, head of Global Alliance Partners in EMEA, were selected by CRN editors for their accomplishments over the past year.
In addition, Terri is included in The Power 100: The Most Powerful Women in the Channel, which honors 100 female executives whose expertise and vision help extend their company’s influence within the technology industry. Congratulations to Terri, Jessica and Hayley!
As the only peer-recognized program in the business and education technology market, the SIIA CODiE Awards honor thousands of products, innovators and industry leaders. Red Hat is proud to announce that Red Hat OpenStack Platform 15 received the award for Best Software Defined Infrastructure, and five other Red Hat products were finalists in the Business Technology category of the 2020 CODiE Awards:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, Best DevOps Tool finalist;
Red Hat Process Automation, Best Digital Process Automation Solution finalist;
Quarkus, Best Emerging Technology finalist;
Red Hat Integration, Best Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) finalist;
Red Hat OpenShift, Best Platform as a Service finalist;
Red Hat OpenStack Platform 15, Best Software Defined Infrastructure winner.
The Business Technology CODiE award winners were recognized in a virtual ceremony where Red Hat was honored alongside other finalists.
The American Business Awards, better known as the Stevie Awards, honor accomplishments of organizations and working professionals within various categories worldwide. Companies across all business sectors, including public, private, for-profit and nonprofit, are eligible to win. This year, five Red Hat products received Stevie Awards in the following categories:
Red Hat 3scale API Management, Best API Management Solution (Gold);
Red Hat OpenShift 4, Best Platform as a Service (Gold);
Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, Best DevOps Solution (Gold);
Red Hat OpenStack Platform 15, Best Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Gold);
Quarkus, Best Software Development Solution (Bronze).
Congratulations to everyone involved in achieving these impressive industry accolades! Thank you for your continued efforts.