Analyzing the Economic Value of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Storage for Private Clouds
Learn how the proven cloud stack from Red Hat provides significant improvements in cost and allows the real benefits of cloud computing to be realized more quickly and more reliably.
By strategically building a cloud with your own business goals in mind, you can optimize infrastructure usage, increase agility, and decrease costs.
Your growing organization needs a scalable, flexible, repeatable IT environment. Open source software gives you these benefits so you can extend your infrastructure when and where you need to.
CenturyLink sought an open source solution for deploying applications to increase flexibility and lower costs.
For most organizations worldwide, the move to cloud computing is not a matter of “if,” but “when.” Many compelling benefits-improved resilience, dramatically reduced total cost of datacenter ownership, and substantially greater infrastructure and business agility-are driving up adoption rates.
This reference architecture demonstrates how a highly available OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 environment may be rapidly deployed using OpenStack Heat templates. A Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) was developed specifically for this reference architecture.
Is your private cloud truly agile? Is it helping your users overcome their business challenges as quickly and efficiently as possible? Read this whitepaper to find out.
This reference architecture describes Red Hat’s approach to high availability and scaling with RHEL OSP 4. The approach leverages the enterprise-tested RHEL HA Add-on along with the stable code base afforded by RHEL OSP 4 so that customers may deploy a scale out solution with confidence.
From Enterprise Virtualisation To Open Hybrid Clouds. Holistic Management of Your Heterogeneous Environment