Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that EdLogics, a health education-based consumer engagement company and innovator in game-based learning, has built its digital health literacy platform on container and cloud solutions from Red Hat, including Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat JBoss Middleware, and Ansible by Red Hat. EdLogics' Education-as-a-Service offering, based on Red Hat technology, is aiming to transform the way consumers learn about health and improve health literacy while simultaneously cutting consumer costs. Studies have indicated that low health literacy - the ability to understand and act on health information - can be tied to patient health outcomes 1. EdLogics' mission is to address health literacy issues through an interactive, personalized experience that makes learning about health fun and engaging, and empowers individuals to take greater responsibility for managing their health. The company's business plan called for delivering a game-based learning platform as a minimum viable product hosted in a public cloud. As interest grew in the EdLogics offering, customers began signing up for the service, providing support for the startup's approach. By offering innovative solutions to address health literacy, EdLogics plans to improve health outcomes and help control rising healthcare costs. With its Education-as-a-Service platform developed, EdLogics turned to Vizuri, an IT consulting firm that specializes in modern software architectures, tools, and processes, and a Premier Red Hat partner, to help build a modern and agile application infrastructure that could support the startup's long-term business objectives. Working with Vizuri, EdLogics deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to address the portability, scalability, and resiliency the company needed for its cloud infrastructure. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is specifically designed to provide a more secure, stable platform for container-based deployments while allowing for mission-critical, traditional applications to coexist alongside new, cloud-native and container-based applications.