Telecommunications

Cloud migration

Why cloud migration matters for telecommunications

With pressure to decrease operational costs and increase deployment times, telecommunication operators are migrating to a cloud infrastructure.

The primary benefit is that virtualized workloads can be deployed alongside cloud-ready applications under a common management platform—without making changes to existing hardware.

Red Hat’s® open source, cloud-based offerings and unified management solutions allow for both rapid migration and comprehensive orchestration across environments.

Choosing how to build an open hybrid cloud is perhaps the most strategic decision IT leaders will make this decade. It’s a choice that will determine their organization’s competitiveness, flexibility, and IT economics for the next ten years.

Why the future of the cloud is open

Products

Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Provides day-to-day management and orchestration, scale-out storage integration, and compatibility with more than 350 certified partners

Red Hat Cloudforms logo

Enables unified management for hybrid environments, creating a consistent experience and functionality across virtualization, private and public cloud platforms, and container-based infrastructures

Red Hat Virtualization logo

Unifies the provisioning of virtual machines for both virtual and cloud workloads

Red Hat Storage logo

Offers unlimited scalability and flexibility for your storage needs

Customers

Fastweb logo

Red Hat worked with Fastweb, a leading Italian telecommunications company, to implement a cloud-based platform in order to meet increasing customer demands.

Red Hat has made us more competitive in the market. We are migrating our current customers to the new cloud platform and quickly adding new customers.

Mirko Santocono, product manager for cloud computing services, Fastweb

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