Taashee Linux Services becomes Red Hat Premier Business Partner expanding Red Hat partnership base in India further
Indian technology boutique, Taashee Linux Services, is now a Red Hat Premier Partner as it has capacitated itself to managing cloud infrastructure and to implementing middleware software.
Taashee Linux Services achieves the coveted status of Red Hat’s Premier Partner in India. With this, the reputed firm joins the elite league of Premier Partners, which is already adorned by Wipro Limited (NSE: WIPRO) and Tata Consultancy Services (NSE: TCS). It is responsible for implementing and managing technologies such as JBoss Middleware and infrastructure compositions like related to cloud and data centers.
Though the firm has got specializations to its credit such as Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) besides others, the transition has been no cakewalk for it to be a Premier Partner, the highest level of partnership in the Red Hat Partner Program. In its epic association with global multiple solutions provider, Taashee implemented all the phases of specific technologies for organizations towards their journey to the cloud.
Our emphasis upon Red Hat solutions, platforms and products has helped us to grow stronger by each passing day. We sensed it right from the beginning that open source is key for the economic transformation of a developing country like India.” – Abhi Datt, CTO, Taashee Linux Services
Red Hat implementations result in several benefits for organizations such as reduced costs and minimized timeframes. Such modern open source tools are ideal as well for them because of the impact they could have on the digital economy.
“Being one of the most trusted Red Hat partners in India for almost a decade now, we are in the process of strengthening our base further with the implementation of latest and advanced technologies with respect to Cloud, Automation, Middleware, Storage, Mobile, and more. This strategic approach of ours gives customers the most suitable tools be it to manage their operating systems or maintain their application stack.