Open Source, Open Minds - WHO

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Red Hat® partners with World Health Organization With COVID-19 data refreshing almost daily, health workers need to stay on top of the most up-to-date and accurate information. Swifter delivery of timely information is becoming a crucial factor, and WHO realized that it needed to improve its digital capabilities in order to serve the rapidly changing needs of health workers around the world. The WHO recognized the need to accelerate the dissemination of latest health knowledge and evidence to practitioners, policy makers and its own staff, by working closely with Red Hat to drive new practices. We’ll chat with the Red Hat team who helped the WHO implement the changes required to “... build a DevOps platform that can not only deliver relevant, timely COVID-related information and knowledge to health workers globally, but one that can also scale and adapt to their future needs.” Speakers: Anna Ciula, Engagement Lead, Open Innovation Labs, EMEA, Red Hat Tim Beattie - Global Head of Product, Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat Riley Ghiles - UX Engineer, Open Innovation Labs, NA, Red Hat Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat

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