Meet our partners: universities, labs, institutes, and government agencies worldwide. We work with them every day to advance open research and create new opportunities for innovation. We look for deep and long-term relationships with academics, researchers and students, so that we can help make open source a fundamental part of our partners’ culture just as it is our own.
The Mass Open Cloud is an open research cloud designed for intensive computing and research on cloud operations. Red Hat supports the cloud with advisors, software, engineers, and interns.
A partnership between Red Hat and Boston University (BU), the Collaboratory began at the beginning of 2017 as an outgrowth of Red Hat‘s multi-year collaboration with Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC).
Operate First is a concept where open source developers bring their projects to a production cloud during development where they can interact with a cloud provider’s operators and gain valuable feedback on the operational considerations of their project.
Boston Children’s Hospital’s first-of-its-kind, open platform for medical imaging research was built with Red Hat technology and with the help of Red Hat’s software engineers. It is one of the projects running on the MOC.
This project has architected and implemented a complete real-time, data-oriented environment to test and continuously extend performance and scale. Red Hat continues to help optimize its operations.
Institutes and Labs
The Centre for Research on Cryptography and Security, Masaryk University lets students gain practical experience with Red Hat advisors on the latest security and crypto technologies such as user and data authentication, secure smartcards, security for IoT, and usable security.
An incubator in a university setting, the Hariri Institute for Computing catalyzes transformative research and training initiatives. Red Hat advises and funds student research marked by collaboration between academia and industry.
The Institute of Applied Information Processing and Communications focuses on educating future cybersecurity experts but it is now best known for its research into Meltdown and Spectre. Red Hat partners with IAIK to fund side-channel research and improve the security of open source.