Elo, a Brazilian card brand created as a joint venture by the three leading Brazilian banks and an existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux customer, Elo implemented Red Hat Openshift Container Platform along with Red Hat Ansible Tower and Red Hat Satellite to support its digital transformation efforts. The company has since automated its deployment process and adopted a DevOps culture, reducing the time associated with deployments by 98 percent.
Follett School Solutions, a leading provider of educational materials and technology applications for PreK-12 schools, needed to modernize its software development and deployment processes. To shift from deploying apps to servers using CDs and printed instructions to a virtual approach, the company worked with Red Hat® Consulting to migrate to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With OpenShift, Follett can develop, deploy, and manage applications faster and more easily by taking advantage of technology innovation, including containers and automation. As a result, the company can make customer-requested changes and launch new learning applications to schools faster.
To better meet its goal of delivering a global, standardized IT platform, SoftBank began exploring DevOps methodology, which would help SoftBank’s IT organization bring new services to bear faster without sacrificing overall application quality. As part of their DevOps implementation, SoftBank also adopted Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform as its in-house development platform. SoftBank determined that OpenShift would play an important role in not only helping to smooth the introduction of DevOps organization-wide, but also providing a more stable foundation for future projects.
SIX operates an infrastructure for the Swiss financial sector and provides financial services for businesses around the world. SIX is setting out to modernise, consolidate and standardise its IT infrastructure so it can bring innovations to market much quicker, helping to generate more value for customers and the business. To do this, SIX is aiming to use new application architectures such as microservices and containers, to optimise its use of private cloud technologies, and to adopt a DevOps methodology to improve collaboration between its development and IT operations teams.
IDC Frontier, a group company of Yahoo! JAPAN, provides hosting services and cloud services. The company recently enhanced activities toward creation of new businesses. As a part of its activities, IDC Frontier began experimenting on a solution for behavior recognition with behavior recording and machine learning using IoT sensors and big data analysis at a nursing home for the elderly, aiming to improve work environment and operational efficiency by visualizing problems at site. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform supports deployment of applications from development to verification and production, making it a well-suited platform for IDC Frontier’s demonstration experiments and customer deployments.
To meet evolving customer expectations in a competitive market, Macquarie needed to transform the digital banking experience for its retail customers. To achieve this transformation, Macquarie moved to a cloud-based solution using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With this new cloud environment and a DevOps approach, Macquarie can rapidly develop and add new features to its offering to improve its customers’ digital banking experience.
The Government of British Columbia needed to develop innovative public services faster to meet evolving demand and improve its user experience. The province established the Developers’ Exchange to take advantage of the innovation of private sector technology companies and entrepreneurs by supporting collaboration using open source tools, such as online code repository GitHub and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. As a result, the province can support agile, collaborative development following a DevOps approach, create and update services faster, and balance innovation with security requirements.
LogistiCare manages 70 million non-emergency medical rides every year through its network of contracted transportation companies, mass transit partnerships, mileage reimbursement programs, and independent drivers. When its legacy application for ride management was struggling to keep up with business volume and complexity, the company implemented a solution based on Red Hat solutions including Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With this new app development environment, LogistiCare can more quickly add new features and capabilities for customers and partners while also improving efficiency and reducing operational costs.
To create a great passenger experience with technology, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has focused on creating digitally-minded culture, introducing a range of new technologies and digital services - all aimed at simplifying and improving the passenger journey and the airport’s operations. The airport is creating a hybrid, multi-cloud development platform based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform deployed across Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its on-premise virtualized environment. Using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform across its multi-cloud environment, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol can meet its high availability and scalability challenges during its busiest times, including holidays.
Miles & More GmbH, operator of Europe's largest frequent flyer and awards program, uses Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to deliver a scalable and automated Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment. The new architecture is designed to support Miles & More GmbH to realize innovations and to bring new microservices-based applications more quickly to the market. Initial evaluations by the company indicate that the time-to-market for its services has improved by 15 percent and a new microservice can be developed much faster and transferred to the live system without interrupting the system.
BMW Group, the world’s leading premium manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles, has deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to support its delivery of business applications and services. Almost all cars the BMW Group ships are delivered with BMW ConnectedDrive, the company’s digital product that connects the driver and vehicle with a range of services and apps, which is subject to large fluctuations in service requests. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enables the BMW Group to do point scaling to adjust loads to peaks and troughs in demand and to deliver the continuous service that today’s consumers expect.
SBB, Switzerland’s national railways company, has deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform as the cornerstone of its IT modernization program. With Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, SBB has created a scalable and more agile platform for its application development, and is delivering new services, including an updated mobile application, to better serve the millions of passengers who travel via SBB each year.
Produban, the IT services arm of the Spanish banking leader Grupo Santander, has picked Red Hat as its technology partner to create a modern cloud infrastructure with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Red Hat OpenStack Platform, marking what is believed to be one of the world’s first production deployments of Kubernetes and containers on OpenStack.
The Vitality program is a global initiative and rewards program that encourages healthy behavior for insurance customers. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides Vitality with a stable, more secure foundation, and the Group is able to reap the benefits of open source innovation while lessening the risks often inherent to emerging technologies.
eww ITandTEL, one of Austria’s leading network operators and IT service providers, wanted to improve and expand its cloud-based services for businesses and sought to create an automated, scalable Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment. eww ITandTEL deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and other Red Hat technologies to create this environment and as a result, the service provider can now take full advantage of its virtualized infrastructure to quickly, efficiently set up and manage customer cloud environments and ensure compliance with EU security standards.
Pioneer has adopted a cloud environment based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and IBM cloud infrastructure services to assist the development and operation of their latest car navigation system, ‘Super Route Finder.’ As the Super Route Finder also supports the latest models released in 2016, there was concern about the growing concentration of access requests from thousands to tens-of-thousands units. With the expectation of the numbers of users and various kinds of containers increasing, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enabled them to implement scalable allocation of containers, and readily manage respective container applications more effectively.
EdLogics, a health education-based consumer engagement company and innovator in gamebased learning, provides an Education-as-a-Service (EaaS) platform that makes learning fun and engaging, measures comprehension, improves health literacy, and empowers consumers to take greater responsibility for managing their health. This solution, based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Ansible by Red Hat, and Red Hat JBoss Middleware, provides the scalability, reliability, and automation EdLogics needs to support rapid business growth and onboard new customers quickly.
In the banking and financial services industries, security, flexibility and scalability are critical components of a modern IT strategy, especially when leveraging cloud-native applications via containers. The capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift have allowed KeyBank to modernize their applications with container orchestration to better enhance the customer experience and increase the delivery velocity.
Amadeus, a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry, is building its own highly available, self-service, automated cloud platform - Amadeus Cloud Services - on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
T-Systems uses Red Hat OpenShift to power the PaaS component of their Cloud Integration Center offering. The Cloud Integration Center serves as a platform for the configuration, management, and provision of cloud services (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) in the T-Systems cloud.
With Red Hat OpenShift, LeShop.ch now has an efficient and scalable platform for developing, running, and operating its online supermarket across a hybrid cloud environment. Developers at LeShop.ch broke down the previous monolithic online shopping application into dozens of microservices running on Red Hat OpenShift.
Verdipapirsentralen ASA (VPS), Norway’s national Central Securities Depository, has deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to accelerate the development and delivery processes within the organization’s existing IT infrastructure and enable a higher level of operational efficiency across their development, test and production environments.
Royal Bank of Scotland is powering its new Open Experience center with Red Hat technologies, including the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform and OpenShift, Red Hat's web-scale container application platform.
BBVA, a customer-centric global financial services group, deploys Red Hat OpenStack Platform, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat CloudForms to help accelerate digital transformation.
FICO, a leading analytics software company known for its development of the FICO Score, expanded its business, diversified into new markets, and democratized its analtyics with the FICO Analytic Cloud. Its Decision Management Platform, built on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, allows the company to rapidly scale the platform and Analytic Cloud.
A.IX Capital needed an affordable cloud platform to support development of its robo-advisor application, a solution that provides algorithm-based, automated investment strategies for professional and private investors.
Like many large organizations, Cisco IT was getting swamped with app requests. Without new staff resources, they were looking at what they could do to meet those requests using the resources they had, and the skills their team excelled at. The good news? Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform was able to help.
The IT department of the University of Technology in Sydney (UTS) was experiencing service bottlenecks and wasted resources in three different areas: student experience, virtual machines, and legacy data. By deploying a pilot program of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, UTS significantly improved the student experience, increased the ability of IT users to self-provision virtual machines, and reduced administrative burden on the IT department.
By migrating to Red Hat OpenShift Online, the Wharton School was able to quickly develop applications and analyze research results in near real-time. OpenShift Online increased flexibility with the ability to add containers and integrate with other data platforms.