For some months now, dbi services is moving forward down the path of non-proprietary technologies. In February 2018, the company created an Open Source team headed by Daniel Westermann and established partnerships with suppliers such as EnterpriseDB, Severalnines, Cloudera and Docker.

To extend its network, dbi services initially became Red Hat Ready Partner, the first level of partnership proposed by the Raleigh-based firm. To be able to serve its customers with increased efficiency, dbi services recently took one step further in this partnership and became Advanced Business Partner. This status allows the Swiss company to have direct access to Red Hat as well as the required certifications for providing customers with state-of-the-art infrastructure based on Red Hat solutions.

“By entering this level of partnership with Red Hat, we demonstrate our will to diversify our solutions as well as our commitment to Open Source solutions in order to offer price-attractive and high-value solutions to meet the needs of our customers.” explains Daniel Westermann, Senior Consultant & Technology Leader Open Infrastructure at dbi services.