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Raytheon, Red Hat Form DevSecOps Software Dev’t Partnership; Paul Smith Quoted

Jeff Brody
Paul Smith

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 17, 2019 — Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Red Hat embarked on a joint project to develop a cross-domain application that would support unclassified-level software development and accelerate classified environment deployment, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 14.

The partnership aims to produce a DevSecOps application using Red Hat’s OpenShift open source container platform and Raytheon’s cybersecurity expertise, Raytheon said Nov. 11.

Paul Smith, senior vice president and general manager of public sector at Red Hat and a 2019 Wash100  awardee, said collaboration between the two companies reached 100 percent over the past year.

“It’s a very significant partnership, and we see it growing over the next year,” added Smith, a 2019 Wash100  awardee.

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