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Clarify your cloud vision

Put open source flexibility to work for hybrid cloud. Bridge diverse cloud environments with our flexible, open source software. And see why a hybrid cloud approach helps you respond to shifts in demand, industry changes, or your own IT priorities.

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Turn cloud competitors into collaborators

What do the world’s most popular public clouds have in common? They all have open source software as their foundation. That means that no matter which public cloud you use—AWS, Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure—you have the freedom to connect from one to the other. Or connect between two or more, or bridge public with private. Whatever your IT needs, Red Hat gives you the flexibility to get it done.

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Edge computing starts with flexible open source software

Edge computing provides a consistent experience for app developers, infrastructure ops teams, and everyone in between. And when paired with open source solutions, edge technologies work across a wide ecosystem so that companies can choose the right solution for any situation. See why edge is an integral part of Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud strategy.

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Manage complexity through automation

Workloads are spread across different cloud deployments and infrastructures, creating unconnected, ad-hoc tools that overburden teams and make keeping up with security and compliance a challenge too. Whether spanning hybrid or multicloud, your deployments should work in harmony. Red Hat’s automation tools bring collaborative cohesion to cloud complexity.

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Kubernetes and containers make hybrid cloud possible

Kubernetes is the open source technology of the future―a Linux for a new era of enterprise IT. As the second-leading Kubernetes contributor1, and the driving force in bringing Linux to the enterprise, Red Hat has the record and the platforms to reliably deploy containers across hybrid cloud environments. Clouds that compete can also connect in part because of our Kubernetes platform for managing containers, Red Hat® OpenShift®.

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AI that saves time can also help radiologists save lives

ChRIS Research Integration Service is an open source image processing platform that uses the software and compute infrastructure of an open cloud. Because the project is open source, people from around the globe can contribute. And because Red Hat’s code is open, the team can more easily build, deploy, and scale applications for imaging, analytics, and diagnostics on an agile cloud infrastructure.

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The same software should run on all clouds

For most enterprises, different clouds serve different business objectives. A hybrid approach fosters innovation that can improve all areas of your business. Software should run on all clouds, and open source provides the flexibility to make it happen.

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1 Stackalytics Kubernetes commits by company. Accessed 22 April, 2020.