Enterprises Migrate from UNIX to Linux with Red Hat, Cisco and Intel

October 12, 2011

Cisco Unified Computing System and Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Intel Xeon Deliver Stability and Performance to Mission-Critical Enterprise Applications

The Partner Team

Today Red Hat is pleased to announce its participation in Cisco’s new RISC/UNIX Migration Program to help customers transition from UNIX to Linux IT infrastructures. Now, Cisco Unified Computing System™ (UCS) customers can migrate quickly and easily to Linux when deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system with Intel Xeon® processors. The three services offered in the program include RISC/UNIX Discovery Sessions, RISC/UNIX Migration Acceleration Services, and RISC/UNIX Migration Services.

The innovative architecture of Cisco UCS is designed to help ensure the reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) that RISC/UNIX customers expect. Together, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Cisco UCS streamline the implementation of Linux-based enterprise applications and services spanning physical, virtual and cloud computing environments.

Cisco UCS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux utilize Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) technology to offer hardware-accelerated virtual I/O for greater network control, visibility, and performance for virtualized applications. Overcoming the limitations of traditional virtualized environments, the cost-effective Cisco and Red Hat solution helps organizations rapidly install, manage, scale, and secure physical and virtual infrastructure.

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