DIGITAL transformation activities in Malaysia are expected to grow fueled by managed and cloud services despite what the country is up against due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, according to open source vendor Red Hat Inc.
Labs are structured around collaboration, sharing, adaptability, and renewal.
Big Blue needs to ensure that it has an open, hybrid, multi-cloud strategy so that it can serve large enterprises that are not already on the cloud.
News of Red Hat’s US$34 billion acquisition by IBM broke last October. But company officials say Red Hat will remain independent and stay the course with its vision of the hybrid cloud. Edwin Yapp analyses this proposition as he reports from Red Hat’s Summit.
At the recently concluded Red Hat Summit, a leading Asian bank, Singapore’s DBS Bank, espoused true digital transformation by embracing technology wholeheartedly. Edwin Yapp has the story.
Moves to convince developers, partners, analysts, the media and delegates that she doesn’t intend to change how Red Hat operates.
Edwin Yapp scours the Net and speaks to some analysts about the US$34 billion deal.
Asian consumers today are 1.6 to five times more likely to transact with their banks via online channels as compared to physical branches.
Seventeen percent of the open source solutions provider’s total bookings came from the APAC region.
Deploys Red Hat Ansible Tower, an enterprise IT automation engine.