Belgian E-Government's Journey to OpenShift – OpenShift Commons Briefings #32
March 28, 2016 | by
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In this briefing, Jef Verelst of Smals will be giving a talk about the Belgium E-Government’s journey to e-gov and to OpenShift.
Jef has been helping to drive the Belgium Government’s transition from a traditional architecture to a PaaS solution and he participates in the setup of a Belgian government cloud.
After his studies at the University of Antwerp (Computer Science & eBusiness), Jef started to work in the telecoms industry (mobile switching and network management). Five years ago, he joined Smals where he is active in social welfare and health care projects.
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