Software that's open can change the way you do business. It lets you make your own technology choices: hardware, systems, and applications. Find a new path that lets you do more while using the investments you've already made.
Even if you're not ready for cloud today, someday you will be
A foundation standardized on Red Hat® solutions—a Linux® operating system, virtualization, and storage—helps you bring sprawling systems together using the resources you have.
Build a technology base that can give you the tools you need today and carry you through tomorrow.
Modernize your IT infrastructure to lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and improve IT efficiency.
Standardize to achieve greater uptime and deploy new systems faster.
Gain flexibility by virtualizing your datacenter, letting you respond rapidly to changing business demands.
Build your infrastructure with technology that lets you allocate compute, networking, and storage resources to applications when needed.
Modernize your datacenter
Keep up with the rapidly changing IT landscape.
Manage exploding IT demand
Lower operational costs so you can do more with the budget you have.
Prepare for cloud and big data
Explore and deploy innovative technology when you’re ready.
Keep your enterprise secure
Get the security, access control, and reliability you need for critical systems.
Right from the beginning of the…trial of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, we were able to see significant improvements.Bob Good, SCADA Coordinator, Horizon Power Learn More
InfrastructureLay a flexible foundation for your present and future enterprise.
How can choice and collaboration help your business?
Nearly 50% of business managers say they will increase their investments in collaborative development*. Choice and collaboration are where technology is headed.
Is OpenStack right for you?
Standardizing cuts out waste. When we in the technology industry can agree on a standard platform to build on, we spend more time creating and less time maintaining or fixing. So how does OpenStack® fit in?