red hat türk telekom business edge [shutterstock: 2004186929, metamorworks]
[shutterstock: 2004186929, metamorworks]
Digital Transformation Press Release

Red Hat Helps Türk Telekom Digitally Transform

Red Hat announced that Türk Telekom, Turkey’s first integrated telecommunications operator, has deployed OpenShift for use across its business to develop and scale cloud-native applications from core to edge for faster innovation.

Founded more than 180 years ago, Türk Telekom offers mobile, internet, phone, PSTN, wholesale and retail broadband services and TV products and services to millions across the country. The group’s vision is to be at the vanguard of introducing new technologies to Turkey to accelerate the country’s transformation into an information society.

Many communications service providers around the world are finding it increasingly challenging to meet customer demands in the context of ongoing digital transformation across industries and more recently, disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic. Türk Telekom wanted to apply cutting-edge application technologies and methods in order to deliver services more dynamically.

With this collaboration, Red Hat supported Türk Telekom with optimizing its microservices architecture and consolidating services and data management and analysis. It standardized on OpenShift as the foundational horizontal application platform for greater ease of deployment and scaling. Red Hat Consulting and Red Hat Training provided upskilling programs to help Türk Telekom to get the best value from its cloud-native technologies and to be more agile using microservices and CI/CD.

About the author

E-3 Magazine

Articles published through E-3 Magazine International. This includes press releases by our partners as well as articles and reports from the E-3 team of journalists.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment

Sign up for e3zine´s biweekly newsbites

Please do not use administrative mail adresses like "noreply@..", "admin@.." or similar as these may get blocked for security reasons.

We use rapidmail for dispatching our newsletter. By signing up, you agree that the data you have entered will be transmitted to rapidmail. Please take note of their terms and conditions and privacy policy.termsandconditions.

Our Authors