Red Hat’s David Egts: Open Source, Hybrid Cloud to Optimize Agency Access to HPC

David Egts

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 8, 2019 — David Egts, chief technologist of Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) North American public sector business, said open source and hybrid cloud platforms will be key to federal agencies’ adoption of high-performance computing, ExecutiveBiz reported April 25.

Egts wrote in a GCN guest piece published April 24 that the combination of open source and hybrid cloud will work to enable even agencies with small budgets and few resources to utilize HPC technologies and explore new possibilities in using data science to update operations and address emerging business needs.

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