Build extra capacity into your enterprise with a platform built on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®. A foundation built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux gives you the flexibility and tools you need to deploy in physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
Capacity Without Boundaries
- Pool and optimize resources and capacity by leveraging private cloud in the datacenter.
- Master demand spikes using public and hybrid clouds and datacenter infrastructure.
- Deliver more efficient, cost-effective storage in physical and virtual environments.
IDC Assesses Value of Red Hat’s Approach to Openstack
HYPERVISOR DIVERSITY—THE NEW NORMAL
Because of the strength of specific hypervisors, many organizations run multiple hypervisors, including Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In fact, larger organizations are using different hypervisors in order to get the right solution for their needs.
THE NEXT-GENERATION DATACENTER STARTS HERE
Making your datacenter more agile and responsive requires changes to tools and processes. Organizations can build a bridge to the next generation by selecting a widely adopted operating system as a foundational component.
Webinar Examines Handling Traditional and New WorkloadsIt’s a troublesome reality: Many new applications are designed and run differently than traditional enterprise apps. Fortunately, Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure supports both traditional and new workload styles.Watch the Webinar
Openstack Hype–and RealityA recent IDG Quick Poll reveals that enterprise decision makers understand OpenStack can help them build open-source systems. However, the challenges of deploying OpenStack make the Red Hat portfolio of open and hybrid technologies critical to getting up and running.Download the Whitepaper
Frost & Sullivan Examine Linux VirtualizationVirtualization technology has a growing footprint in datacenters, according to Frost & Sullivan. IT leaders are increasingly considering virtualization for the growing number of Linux workloads in the datacenter.Download the Executive Brief