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Building a better foundation for the future of IT
Red Hat delivers hardened, open source solutions that make it easier for enterprises to work across platforms and environments, from the core datacenter to the network edge. By operating transparently and responsibly, we continue to be a catalyst in open source communities, helping you build flexible, powerful IT infrastructure solutions.
Open source is what powers innovation—
past, present, and future.
This is the innovation the world needs. This power extends beyond datacenters and emerging technology, and puts innovation in the hands of everyone.
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Founded in 1993
More than 90% of Fortune 500 companies trust Red Hat1
More than 100 locations in more than 40 countries
In 2012, Red Hat became the first open source technology company to surpass more than $1 billion in revenue
In 2019, IBM acquired Red Hat for approximately US$34 billion, the largest software acquisition in history
to enterprise IT challenges
Deliver cloud-native apps across hybrid environments
We’ve worked within the open source Kubernetes project as one of the leading contributors to develop an understanding of the best cloud-native practices, tools, and integrations to support enterprise adoption of Kubernetes.
Bring compute power to the network edge
Solving problems at the source in real time requires multiple solutions working together across a wide ecosystem. Edge computing can help.
Open hybrid cloud
Clarify your cloud vision
Put open source flexibility to work for hybrid cloud. This approach empowers IT to bridge diverse environments and use each one to its fullest―without binding future resources. It enables you to respond to shifts in demand, industry changes, or your own IT priorities.
We believe in the power of open hybrid cloud. Standalone cloud deployments based on proprietary technology inhibit clouds from interacting with one another. An open hybrid cloud strategy brings the interoperability, workload portability, and flexibility of open source software to hybrid enterprise environments.
Red Hat is one of the leading contributors to the Linux kernel. Red Hat engineers help improve features, reliability, and security to make sure your infrastructure performs and remains stable—no matter your use case and workload.
Open source values like meritocracy, community building, and transparency are changing the way the world approaches business and life. Red Hat offers tooling, principles, and standards that deliver a foundation for flexibility and innovation.
of companies in the Fortune Global 5002
of communication service providers in the Fortune Global 5003
of commercial banks in the Fortune Global 5004
of media/technology companies in the Fortune Global 5005
Red Hat customers benefit from
open source innovation
Our customers deliver innovations that affect their lines of business, organizations, industries, and the global community every day. By using open source technologies to create change, these organizations are proof that when we work in the open, extraordinary things can happen.