Your Red Hat account gives you access to your member profile and preferences, and the following services based on your customer status:
Not registered yet? Here are a few reasons why you should be:
- Browse Knowledgebase articles, manage support cases and subscriptions, download updates, and more from one place.
- View users in your organization, and edit their account information, preferences, and permissions.
- Manage your Red Hat certifications, view exam history, and download certification-related logos and documents.
Your Red Hat account gives you access to your member profile, preferences, and other services depending on your customer status.
For your security, if you're on a public computer and have finished using your Red Hat services, please be sure to log out.Log out
Red Hat Edge
The same enterprise open source platforms helping IT leaders solve their business’ challenges are the platforms you can deploy closer to where data is collected: at the edge.
Red Hat’s portfolio of enterprise software is optimized for lightweight deployment on all kinds of hardware, letting you put the right amount of computing power in the right place—today and tomorrow.Evaluate your edge capabilities
Edge computing use cases
Red Hat’s approach to edge computing focuses on 3 categories. Where the edge of your network is depends on your organization, architecture, and use case. Red Hat provides the platforms that support your workloads, wherever you need them.
Enterprise edge allows customers to extend application services to remote locations. It has a core enterprise data store—in a datacenter or as a cloud resource.
The challenges inherent in distributed IT deployments—whether they involve stores, restaurants, branch offices, transit stations, or other types of remote locations—are the kinds of problems that edge computing is built to solve. Like utilities company Brianzacque did by distributing data processing using microservices to analyze and market water quality at consumer fill up stations.
Operations edge focuses on analyzing inputs in real time (from IoT sensors, for example) in order to provide immediate decisions which result in actions. For performance reasons this generally happens on-site. This kind of edge is a place to gather, process, and act on data.
This means investing in software to more quickly process data collected at edge sites or improving Internet of Things (IoT) communications between third-party partners and central IT teams working for companies like Siemens.
Provider edge manages a network for others, as in the case of telecommunications service providers. This kind of edge is focused on creating a reliable, low-latency network with computing environments close to mobile and fixed users.
Like the multi-access edge computing pods Vodafone Idea Limited will place near users to reduce latency. Or Rakuten Mobile’s cloud, which uses network-functions virtualization (NFV) to deploy new services closer to users at the edge. And Verizon built its 5G core, the foundation of its modern networking operations, on Red Hat® OpenShift®.
Red Hat CTO Chris Wright explains and explores edge computing.
Scale to the edge with Red Hat
Your IT strategy (and the software making it a reality) doesn’t need to change just because workloads are moving from servers in datacenters to edge devices hosted on clouds.
Everything should just work. Everywhere.This is our approach to edge
The Red Hat Edge portfolio
The Red Hat portfolio of edge products brings the familiarity of our enterprise open source platforms out of your datacenter to the devices at the edges of your network.
An OS that delivers a consistent, flexible foundation built to run enterprise workloads from data center to the edge. Provides an interoperable layer between edge devices to maximize performance, manageability, and stability in any edge environment.
An enterprise container orchestration platform that extends Kubernetes capabilities to edge sites with consistent operations and application life cycle management at scale using flexible topology options to support low-latency workloads anywhere.
Red Hat OpenStack Platform
A foundation to help organizations build an edge computing architecture with distributed compute nodes placed closer to network edges.
Red Hat Integration
A set of integration and messaging technologies to connect applications and data across edge locations.
The Open Farmer
Dorn Cox is optimistic for the future of farming. In this short film, Cox introduces viewers to farmOS, an open source platform for agricultural management that gives farmers all over the world a common way of organizing data and sharing best farming practices.
Talk to an expert about Red Hat Edge portfolio products