Red Hat, Cisco Establish Center of Excellence in India

cloud_security_EMRed Hat and Cisco have opened a new Center of Excellence in India that offers their combined open source and enterprise cloud technologies to clients, PCQuest reported Wednesday.

Included in the center’s offerings are OpenShift by Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Red Hat CloudForms, Adeesh Sharma writes.

According to the report, the new center is part of an expansion of the two companies’ current partnership.

Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, Red Hat Asia Pacific senior vice president and general manager, and Rajesh Rege, Cisco country head and director for India and the SAARC region, attended the opening ceremony.

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