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Lynne Chamberlain: Open Source Tech Key to Red Hat’s Market Growth

Lynne Chamberlain

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 21, 2017 — Lynne Chamberlain, vice president for business development at Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) public sector unit, has said open source software will present continued market opportunities for the company in the cloud and DevOps space while cybersecurity is another area for growth.

“As the government transforms from the old mainframe technology to the cloud, it is important for them to find an architecture that allows compatibility to all technologies so organizations are not locked in to any one vendor,” she told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Thursday.

Chamberlain also noted Red Hat’s middleware, storage and other technologies that comprise a total software package that will work to address public sector requirements.

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