DoD renews DLT Solutions’ Enterprise Software Initiative contract for Red Hat products

DLT Solutions has received a five-year contract from the Defense Department for the extended supply of Red Hat subscriptions and services.

DLT said Tuesday it will provide Red Hat’s enterprise-grade products in support of the DoD’s Enterprise Software Initiative a government reseller.

Red Hat products are meant to provide efficiencies, eliminate vendor lock-in, address mission-critical information technology requirements and enhance service delivery.

The ESI contract renewal allows DLT to continue to provide access to enterprise open source subscriptions, help reduce data center costs and facilitate expedited cloud adoption for DoD agencies.

DLT has been a strategic partner of Red Hat since 2004.

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