Insight in alliance with Red Hat to Expand Managed Service Provider Offerings
FREMONT, CA: Insight Enterprises, a provider of intelligent technology solutions merged with Red Hat to distribute for Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider program in North America. The key motive of the alliance is to help Red Hat in identifying its new Certified Cloud and Service Providers in North America.
The quality of services offered by Red Hat totally depends on the skills of their service providers. In order to deliver a predictable, consistent and supportive environment for enterprise cloud deployments, it is necessary for the service providers of Red Hat program to meet certification requirements. Red Hat facilitates the certifications ensuring quality and reliability of the services.
"Together, Insight and Red Hat will enable service providers to utilize an open source portfolio in their infrastructure and cloud-based offerings to help better meet client needs. We look forward to expanding our reach with Red Hat, continuing to deliver Intelligent Technology solutions to help our clients' businesses run both effectively and efficiently," said Bob Kane, SVP, Product Management, Insight.
Insight yields the ability to effectively design, deploy, monitor and manage IT solutions and helps its clients to secure the overall IT infrastructure. With the assistance of highly skilled technology professionals and engineers, Insight offers smart technology solutions using a wide range of hardwares and softwares.
Red Hat helps companies to solve business challenges efficiently by combining client’s IT infrastructure with business strategies. The collaboration with Insight will enhance the productivity and efficiency in offering the services seamlessly.
"Red Hat is pleased to expand our work with Insight to help further build our ecosystem of Certified Cloud and Solution Providers in North America," said Mark Enzweiler, SVP, Global Channel Sales and Alliances, Red Hat.
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