Taashee Linux Services successfully sponsors Open Source India 2018 event in Bengaluru

Taashee Linux Services sponsored Open Source India 2018 event successfully with a plethora of visitors thronging its stall on October 11 and 12. The Asia’s Numero Uno conference on open source became home to a huge influx of enthusiasts comprising of top delegates and entrepreneurs from contrasting domains. Our focus was upon trending concepts such as Containerization, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Hyperconvergence besides others.

Taashee Linux Services gave us a detailed overview of the services they offer. We instantly got acquainted with their workflows after attending OSI 2018. Also, we have been to their presentations at the same time because of the suitable arrangements made at NIMHANS Convention Centre by the OSFY group — Technical Head of a reputed Bengaluru-based firm.

Containerization has been one of the focus areas of Taashee since a long time. The technology firm took it to a step forward at OSI 2018. We were in active conversations with customers as to why they should prefer Red Hat OpenStack instead of any other container platform such as Docker or Kubernetes. Several customer prospects got successfully convinced why they should move to OpenStack with the kind of features it provides such as scalability and flexibility besides security.

Taashee shared the event space with the who’s who from the IT industry focusing upon open source and cloud such as IBM, Amazon Alexa, and Microsoft Azure. With 200+ registrations during the 2-day event, we got an overwhelming response from the visitors.

Open Source India 2018 has provided us the rare opportunity of showcasing our skills at one go. By meeting several customers from various backgrounds in such a short span, we were able to achieve much more than what we have set as our initial target. Serving them with the best through our stack of services is what our next step is. We look forward to attending such events in future as well — Abhishek Datt, CTO, Taashee Linux Services.

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