Global risk and information solutions provider migrates to Red Hat-based infrastructure, powering new products and services and accelerating time to market
TransUnion serves thousands of businesses and millions of consumers while linking more than 30 petabytes of data. Red Hat Enterprise Linux played a role in parts of TransUnion’s transformation, employing Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP), Red Hat JBoss Web Server and Red Hat Satellite, with the latter driving simplified automation and management of the new environment.
By basing elements of their new environment on Red Hat solutions, TransUnion has:
Jim Totton, vice president and general manager, Platforms Business Unit, Red Hat, “Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides enterprises with a platform for innovation without sacrificing the stability of mission-critical systems.TransUnion’s new operating environment is another proof point of the benefits of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, as well as showcasing the power and flexibility of Red Hat’s fully-open source enterprise technology portfolio.”
Mohit Kapoor, chief information and technology officer, TransUnion, “TransUnion has undergone a technology transformation to create an IT culture that embraces agile development and makes technology a strategic enabler. Red Hat has helped us standardize on a common technology set and increase our speed of innovation. The ability to better connect our systems provides a competitive advantage for us and created the backbone for our new IT organization.”
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