InfoSystems, Inc. Named A Red Hat Ready Partner In North America

Monday, September 14, 2020

InfoSystems, Inc., an infrastructure, IT optimization and cybersecurity partner headquartered in Chattanooga, announced Monday that it has been named a Red Hat Ready Partner in North America.

"As part of Red Hat's partner ecosystem, InfoSystems will act as a reseller to deliver industry-leading open source and cloud computing solutions using Red Hat technologies to enhance the overall experience for customers and accelerate their transformation," officials said.

“With enterprises facing increasing pressure to upgrade aging legacy systems while managing shrinking IT budgets, open source alternatives are more important than ever,” said Keith Hales, chief operating officer at InfoSystems.

“For over 25 years, InfoSystems has been building and maintaining highly capable and secure systems for companies ranging from small local businesses to true enterprise organizations. The Red Hat partner program allows us to bring additional offerings needed in the market to help companies save IT costs and fully leverage the promise of cloud while offering them a supported and secure platform.”
 
Red Hat Business Partners are able to support the implementation of Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud products, including:
 
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux
* Red Hat OpenShift
* Red Hat OpenStack Platform
* Red Hat Storage
* Red Hat Middleware
 
"These partners offer technical expertise and working practices to deliver a high degree of customer satisfaction across a range of deployment scenarios and projects," officials said. "Additionally, InfoSystems is part of a select group of elite IBM Platinum Business Partners who can sell and service across multiple IBM brands, which allows InfoSystems to deliver comprehensive, industry-focused and business-aligned solutions, including:
 
* Cloud Pak for Application
* Cloud Pak for Data
* Cloud Pak for Integration
* Cloud Pak for Management
* Cloud Pak for Automation
* Cloud Pak for Security  
 
"Through the collective strength of IBM and Red Hat partnerships and expertise, InfoSystems clients have access to two industry giants that can keep data secure, applications modern, and risk low."


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