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Connect with Red Hat at booth PS20 during Cisco IMPACT FY23 Partner Showcase to check out new product demos and talk to our experts.
Cisco & Red Hat are working together to help our joint customers with their digital transformation by enabling them to reimagine their applications and transform their infrastructure from the data center to the edge, while securing their enterprise. Through the Cisco & Red Hat global strategic partnership we can help our customers embrace the open hybrid cloud quickly, easily, and effectively, while saving both time & money.
Our joint customers can leverage their current Cisco investment today in preparation for the transition to hybrid-cloud. Whether our customers are just beginning to build out their private cloud environments or they are already working in mature hybrid-cloud deployment. The Cisco & Red Hat joint solutions help customers become more agile and respond to their business needs effectively. The future of hybrid-cloud is Cisco & Red Hat!
Red Hat and Cisco have partnered to help organizations accelerate their digital transformation and enhance their cloud-native and application modernization practices. The collaboration has resulted in a fully tested and validated Cisco Validated Design that combines Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with OpenShift Data Foundation on Cisco UCS X-series. The solution delivers versatile multipurpose data services for containerized applications.
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- Overview: Modernize your IT on hybrid cloud with Cisco UCS
- Video: Modernize apps and infrastructure across the hybrid cloud with Cisco UCS
- Red Hat OpenShift Learning
- Cisco Validated Design: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with OpenShift Data Foundation on Cisco UCS X-Series
- Cisco Blog: Modernize Workloads with Cisco UCS X-Series And Red Hat OpenShift
Cisco and Red Hat have teamed up to help organizations streamline cloud-native application development, delivery, and operations, and eliminate inefficiencies, while ensuring high availability and robust security for business-critical workloads. Cisco HyperFlex with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is an enterprise-class platform that lets you build, deploy, scale, and protect containerized applications in on-premises datacenters—quickly and cost-effectively.
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- Red Hat Solution Overview (to be published soon)
- Cisco Blog: Focus on HyperFlex: Three great partnerships delivering value to our customers
- Cisco Validated Design: Cisco HyperFlex with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.9 and CSI
Red Hat® and Cisco are partnering together to simplify, optimize, and automate IT operations, providing scalability, flexibility, and security in customers’ digital transformation projects. Customers benefit from our collaboration with ecosystem partners - reducing risk, speeding deployment, and improving operational efficiency.
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- Video: Manage your Cisco devices with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
- Video: Simplifying network automation with Red Hat Ansible and Cisco
- Overview: Automate Cisco networks with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
- Overview: Financial services network automation with Red Hat and Cisco
- Red Hat Ansible self-paced labs
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 is designed to meet the needs of the hybrid cloud environment. It can be deployed on physical infrastructure, as a guest operating system on supported hypervisors, in public cloud environments as well as containers using the RHEL UBI.