By strategically building a cloud with your own business goals in mind, you can optimize infrastructure usage, increase agility, and decrease costs.
The cloud is more than a marketing concept. Cloud computing is an intentional, integrated architecture comprising a suite of tools that help automate your business operations on a service-provider’s infrastructure, your infrastructure, or a hybrid combination of both.
Cigna needed to improve its IT provisioning processes in order to keep up with the innovations of its developers. The company created an entrepreneurial team to experiment with building an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) self-service provisioning capability.
Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) allows you to quickly deploy JavaEE-compliant applications on top of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® Atomic Host is a small footprint kernel optimized for running containers. This video demonstrates the deployment of an HPC application (Linpack) across multiple environments and discusses the benefits of running HPC applications in containers.
G-ABLE, a leading systems integrator and IT service provider in Thailand, had a growing customer base and ever-increasing demand.
Casio partnered with Red Hat to reduce infrastructure costs and increase operational flexibility.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) needed to design a stable, flexible, high-performance, scalable, and cost-effective cloud infrastructure platform that allows public and private computing resources.
This reference architecture demonstrates deploying OpenShift Enterprise 1.2 platform in a highly available state using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.2 and Red Hat Storage Server 2.1.
An open hybrid approach to building private clouds is the best way to maximize benefits—cost-effectiveness, flexible computing, and storage capacity without single-vendor limitations. Read how Red Hat's range of components will meet these goals in this CIO Quick Pulse paper.