OpenShift Commons Briefing: SOS's Digital Transformation with Sverre Vincent Lenbroch (SOS International)
April 19, 2018 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
SOS International is the leading assistance organisation in the Nordic region. From our alarm centres in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland, they provide acute personal assistance all over the world.
In this briefing, SOS International's Sverre Vincent Lenbroch discusses SOS's Digital Transformation journey and the challenges that they worked thru on Cultural, trends and legal as well as their technical stack and OpenShift deployement with OpenShift. He covered their stack and discusses running on Open Shift and their new projects.
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