In this digitized age, with decisions increasingly driven by data and consumers who expect that there’s always an “app for that,” it’s not easy to be a CIO.
OpenStack® is poised to become a major factor in the emerging cloud system software market. Drawing on its experience and methodology with enterprise Linux®, Red Hat is bringing to market a commercially supported and tested version of OpenStack.
Red Hat Consulting helps customers build highly scalable, flexible platforms that enable growth. Watch this video to see how customers grow without time- and resource-intensive IT buildouts or learn more at http://www.redhat.com/consulting
Red Hat® CloudForms provides unified cloud management that enables organizations to rapidly transform their existing virtual infrastructures into highly scalable, private clouds as well as take advantage of public cloud resources.
Your business needs more than just a great cloud infrastructure built with OpenStack®. You need features like self-service provisioning with policies, chargeback/showback, quota enforcement, and capacity and utilization reporting.
An open hybrid cloud gives businesses flexibility, control, and choice—and leaves you open to innovation. It makes the most of your existing resources, while allowing systems, applications, and data to work together seamlessly across a public or private cloud.
Achieve transparency across virtual, private, and public cloud infrastructures.
Chris Wells from the cloud business unit at Red Hat talks about CloudForms,an open hybrid cloud management platform that enables enterprises to better manage virtual,private and hybrid cloud infrastructures.
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Public Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions lack the privacy and compliance features needed by enterprises. Learn how OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat, Red Hat CloudForms, and Red Hat Enterprise Virtulization provide an enterprise PaaS solution and a strategic choice for an open, hybrid cloud.
You can't have cloud computing without openness. Find out how open standards, open APIs and open source software are changing enterprise computing.