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Crossvale Sponsored a Unique Virtual Workshop by Red Hat

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Red Hat virtual workshop. | Image form Crossvale

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Crossvale was founded in August 2001 and has grown into a multinational organization based in Dallas, Texas. It helps many types of clients create value using cutting-edge technologies.

Since day one, the company has remained true to this goal, as they understand the benefits, costs, and risks of trying new strategies and using new technologies.


With this in mind, they walk their clients through redesigning their business, rethinking customer satisfaction, and rethinking software. In this way, they ensure that they deliver excellence in product and service delivery to their customers by working closely with them.

Red Hat transformed the OS with Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®. Today, the company has a broad portfolio encompassing hybrid cloud infrastructures, midrange software, cloud-native application development, and management and automation solutions.

Additionally, it delivers robust open source solutions that streamline the way organizations operate across all platforms and in any environment, from the central data center to the network edge.

By working transparently and responsibly, the company continues to act as a catalyst in the open-source world, helping customers build flexible and robust IT infrastructure solutions.

Throughout the virtual workshop specifically designed for developers, DevOps engineers, and application architects, the audience was introduced to how OpenShift Service Mesh empowers developers and IT staff.

They offered a comprehensive understanding of these applications, including how to take an existing application itself and form a service mesh around its offerings to achieve this understanding.

Learn more about Red Hat Virtual Workshops here.

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