Red Hat's initiative uses technology to support cultural and technological transformation within companies.
The digitization of the world is increasingly connecting people, data and devices, enabling the emergence of new platforms to innovate in business. Faced with this transformation, Red Hat Inc., announces the deployment of Red Hat Open Innovation Labs in Latin America. The goal of the initiative is to help companies integrate teams, methodology and technologies to catalyze innovation and solve internal challenges quickly.
Red Hat Open Innovation Labs enables you to work collaboratively in a home-oriented lab environment with Red Hat experts. This consulting experience is designed to help companies drive innovation and software development initiatives using open technology. source, plus DevOps methods.
Open Innovation Labs brings tools that can help organizations succeed in their digital transformations. We are offering the possibility to innovate faster open source waysays Alexandre Duarte, senior director of Global Services at Red Hat.
Launched in the United States in 2016, Red Hat Open Innovation Labs enables residences to be conducted in a variety of locations, such as the company's office or in a pop-up lab set up near where it is located. Open Innovation Labs can support customers to develop and integrate applications using microservices, deploy them in containers, and deliver them using DevOps methodologies in physical, cloud, and mobile environments that can scale up or down on demand. .
Through hands-on experience and immersion in the open culture, teams can learn geo and DevOps methodologies. Adopting transformation from a cultural perspective should be a priority for companies. At the end of the day, it's about people and their behavior.says Fabio Pereira, leader of Red Hat's Open Innovation Labs LATAM.
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