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GTech partners with Red Hat to catalyse Open Source adoption in Kerala

The partnership will not only contribute to building a pool of highly skilled open source software technology professionals in Kerala, but also drive companies into new business opportunities, he added.
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The Kerala government recently recognised adoption of open source and open technologies in the public domain. Seeing the IT policy, Group of Technology Companies (GTech), the industry body for IT companies in Kerala, signed an MoU with Red Hat.

The partnership aims to create enhanced awareness on various open source technologies amongst IT professionals in the state. The MoU will facilitate partnerships between Red Hat and GTech member companies. The efforts will focus on research and product development in open source software technologies.

The govt. Also emphasise on the promotion of open source among SMEs as a key objective. According to the terms of the MoU, Red Hat will organise events in IT parks across the state. The events to kickstart from 27th november.

The series will include lectures, seminars and presentations spanning the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, analytics, development tools, content management systems, desktop publishing and other connected topics.  Read more…