Technical partner buttons
When technical partners build and certify their software and technologies on Red Hat® platforms, they ensure their solutions are consistent, interoperable, and supported, so they can deploy with confidence and focus on delivering transformative technology to their customers.
These partners should not co-brand with Red Hat unless they’re also business partners. Instead, they should use a technical partner button to show the certifications they’ve earned for each technology they provide.
Each technical partner button includes the name of the platform the partner’s software is certified on, as well as the technology icon for that platform. Red Hat Marketplace and Ecosystem Catalog buttons include the Red Hat fedora instead of a technology icon. The partner may choose to use the dark, light, or one-color version, depending on their use case.
Whenever possible, the button should be linked so that clicking on it leads to the appropriate product page on redhat.com.
Buttons are available for software certified for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, Red Hat® OpenShift®, and Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform, Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform, and for software that’s available on Red Hat Marketplace or Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog.
Additional guidance for technical partners, including messaging, is available in the Red Hat partner handbook.
Applying technical partner buttons
Use technical partner buttons to show that technology is certified on a Red Hat platform.
Link technical partner buttons to the appropriate page on redhat.com
Do not use a legacy endorsement logo to show a partnership with Red Hat.
Do not make changes to the design of the technical partner button.
Do not use the Red Hat logo or the hat icon.
Do not use Red Hat product logos on partner materials or websites.
Do not create your own buttons or logos for Red Hat technologies.