Red Hat Forum 2014: Cxrus Continues to Champion Open Source Technology

Category: News and Events On 07-10-2014

“Connect to an ecosystem of innovation.”
— Red Hat Forum 2014

From the very beginning, Cxrus Solutions advocates mature open source technology. We believe the transparency and collaboration in the open source world create a platform for innovation that will revolutionize the entire industry. And our belief proved to be right — according to a report by IDC, Linux has emerged as the key element in data center modernization.

In line with our stance and continuing our support for open source technology, we participated in the recent annual Red Hat Forum in Asia Pacific, held on 11 September 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and 16 September 2014 in Singapore.

The event includes Red Hat panel discussions and presentations, real-world use cases, as well as direct networking with Red Hat and its partners.

Team Cxrus at Red Hat Forum 2014, MalaysiaTeam Cxrus at Red Hat Forum 2014, Malaysia

Our Executive Director, Alvin Teo, was present at the Kuala Lumpur event. “As the longest serving Red Hat Advanced Business Partner in Singapore, we are delighted to play a part in Red Hat Forum once again. Business is evolving faster than ever, and enterprises need to make sure their IT is flexible enough to keep up with the innovation. We believe Red Hat’s open technologies is the right approach,” he said.

Cxrus Solutions helps organizations implement a complete suite of enterprise-grade open source solutions, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Liferay Portal. We were also awarded as Red Hat Best Partner in ASEAN in 2011 and 2012.

All in all, we had a great time getting to know forward thinking IT professionals — from IT administrators and solution architects to C-level executives. We hope everyone had an enriching experience, and we look forward to helping more enterprises transform their business with open source solutions.


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