TRIGO becomes a Red Hat Advanced Partner
Open Source is at the center of everything we do at TRIGO. We have been early adopters of Red Hat OpenShift and other amazing solutions provided by Red Hat. A closer collaboration with Red Hat Austria was the logical next step for us.
We proudly announce that we have been named Red Hat Advanced Solution Partner in Austria.
As a Red Hat Advanced Solution Partner, we can combine our profound knowledge of Cloud-Native development, containerization and business-critical software solutions with the vast portfolio of Red Hat Solutions like Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat SSO / Keycloak.
We very much look forward to putting that knowledge into practice.
Or visit our Profile at the Partner Locator Website for further information.
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