Red Hat creates global services center in India

Red Hat sets up global services center in India, and will also partner with Indian outsourcers, to offer services to customers

Red Hat has set up a global services centre in India that will assist its customers with deploying open-source technologies. The centre will hire about 100 staff over the next 12 months.

The company plans to use a hybrid model for service delivery. Besides its own in-house staff at the services centre, the company will also work with Indian outsourcing companies to deliver services to its customers, Red Hat said Thursday.

India is a pioneer and leader in the global services delivery model and the Indian development community is widely recognized for its expertise and its contribution to open-source development, the company added.

Red Hat already has a tie-up in this connection with Satyam Computer Services, an outsourcer in Hyderabad.

Red Hat already offers support around its products from a centre in Pune, which was set up in 2005.

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