Meridian, a global managed services and software services business, today announced that it has been named as a Red Hat Advanced Business Partner in the United Kingdom. As part of Red Hat’s partner ecosystem, Meridian has shown that they offer Red Hat certified expertise and a track record of completing successful Red Hat projects.
Red Hat Advanced Business Partners are able to support successful implementation of Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud products, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux; Red Hat OpenShift; Red Hat OpenStack Platform; Red Hat Storage and Red Hat Middleware. These partners offer the technical expertise and working practices to deliver a high degree of customer satisfaction across a range of deployment scenarios and projects.
“Meridian supports some of the most complex Red Hat Linux environments in the UK. We are engaged in delivering better IT automation and cloud optimisation for customers where Red Hat products are at the core of our services. We are delighted to become a Red Hat Advanced Business Partner and to be working with them in our customer base,” stated Andy Haley, Director of Managed Services.
Meridian is a proven leader in the UK’s enterprise technology sector, with over 40 years’ experience of helping clients build powerful, reliable IT solutions that create real value. Today, Meridian is one of very few technology partners with the skills to provide true end-to-end solutions across a full spectrum of domains, including Infrastructure, Cloud, Security, Software and Artificial Intelligence. Meridian delivers projects in the UK and worldwide as a member of Meridian Group International, a network of skilled resources that combines global reach with local expertise.
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