Red Hat steering Indian Industries towards a sustainable growth
Though the waves of recession and challenges of demonetisation shake-up the Indian Economy, the Indian IT industries seem sound with open source technologies. Red Hat one of the prime open source companies in $ 2 billion dollar pool has spotted India as an inevitable target. Hopefully, Red Hat is looking forward to a speculative target of $ 5 billion dollar by the end of 2020, with India as a major contributor. If it happens, it will be the right dose of stimulus for the Indian Industries that has been affected by the sluggish economy due to recession and demonetisation of high-value currency notes.
Red Hat the multinational software company offering open source software products to enterprise community is rated as world’s leading open source provider. The company provides storage, operating system platforms, middleware, applications, management products and supports training, consultancy services and virtualization. Now, this is a software company which is spread all over the world with more than 80+ office areas within 35+ countries. Further, it is worthy to note that Red Hat helps more than 90% of the Fortune 500 companies to solve their business problems.
In the Indian scenario both the private and public sectors in huge numbers are using Red Hat supported software. Few major projects of Red Hat in India are Bio-metric Identification Program of India government named Adhaar, Railway Information Systems, LIC Insurance, SBI Insurance, The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and many more. Now, the company is planning for geographic expansion in the region where we need to boost growth. The Red hat Company already shows their interest in dealing with smart city projects which are happening in state capitals and major cities inside India to set up an IT infrastructure that paves the way for the professional growth of locals in the field of banking, IT, telecom, manufacturing etc.
As we know, India is one of the fastest growing markets for Red hat. At this present scenario in Indian economy after the currency demonetization and related things is in its setback, Whitehurst (the CEO of Red hat ) in his words puts that this gives a bright future to Indian start-ups since they have very little money and resources where Red Hat can provide a kind of support which will bring them into a way of success. This will help Indian economy to get back into a stable state.
Awareness is one of the major factors that drive any initiatives to success. Hence, to comprehend on the opportunities of Red Hat, we have to know everything precisely on the technology and certifications that Red hat offer. Few basic certifications that Red hat Global Learning services provide are RHCSA (Red Hat Certified System Administrator) – the basic performance based evaluation and certification exam directly handled by Red Hat India. It consists of two different modules, after the detailed study and certification, you are able to go further with RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer). On completion of this basic certification, one can go for RH342 – Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting, and if you want to further explore you can do Cloud Computing, Virtualization and many other certifications like RHCVA – Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator, Red Hat Open Stack – CL210 and CL310 and finally RHCA (Red Hat Certified Architect). RHCA contains Cloud, Data Center, deployment etc.
As of now Red hat will do well in the Indian and Global Industrial sectors with a sustainable pace. Hopefully this will be the right time to get going with open source technologies and Red Hat so as to avail all its benefits for today and future.