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Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ compared with Apache projects

Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ compared with Apache community projects

Red Hat® Fuse and Red Hat AMQ retain all of the innovation of the Apache projects — including Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF, and Karaf—while adding the ability to meet the demanding requirements of mission-critical applications. Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ give enterprises the assurance of a subscription with service-level agreement (SLA)- based support, patches, updates, and multi-year maintenance policies. Those who move from Apache projects to Red Hat products can expect a significant return on their investment and reduced expenses, based on several important areas of improvement.

Reduced time to market

Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ are ready to go, out of the box. Red Hat integrates and tests the community components and packages them with easy-to-use install scripts. If you are new to the technology, the wide range of resources available on the Red Hat Customer Portal and our knowledgeable support staff will reduce your learning curve and get you to production quickly.

Red Hat Developer Studio helps you develop, test, and deploy applications with ease. Red Hat Consulting is available to guide application development, applying industry best practices to deliver the highest quality applications in the shortest time. With Fuse and AMQ, you get to market more quickly and with potentially dramatic savings in development and opportunity costs.

Reduced downtime

Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ are integrated and stable distributions of community projects that lessen the likelihood of service-impacting outages in your production systems. In the unlikely event of an outage, Red Hat’s world-class, SLA-based technical support will get you back online in the shortest possible time. Fewer and shorter outages add up to massive savings for your business.

Reduced maintenance

Red Hat’s single stream of certified patches and updates greatly reduces the cost of keeping critical software up-to-date. Red Hat not only fixes issues found in the community code, but also tests and collects updates from multiple community projects into a single, certified stream that can be applied easily to your production systems. Red Hat also offers Red Hat Operations Network — tooling that simplifies maintenance efforts. Your engineering staff are freed from scouring the web and relying on the community for fixes and can focus on your business needs.

Reduced security burden

Red Hat’s security response team identifies, tracks, classifies, and resolves security issues using a formalized enterprise security resolution process. This team works closely with industry and government emergency response teams to ensure that emerging threats are countered and patches released in the shortest possible time. Therefore, Fuse and AMQ customers spend less time investigating and patching security issues.

How much can you save?

Here are some sample calculations that demonstrate the savings you can realize with Red Hat subscriptions. Fill in your own numbers to assess what Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat AMQ might save you.

Benefits

Red Hat Fuse—Small deployment Red Hat Fuse Apache community projects
16-core subscription-Premium $27,000 $0
Reduced downtime    
Typical uptime 99.999% 99.9%
Downtime hours per year 0.09 8.7
Downtime cost per hour $42,000 $42,000
Downtime annual cost risk $3,780 $365,400
Reduced maintenance    
Typical sustaining engineering effort (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total sustaining engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Reduced security burden    
Typical effort to investigate security issues and obtain patches (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened security engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total security engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Total annual operating cost savings $574,620  

 

Red Hat Fuse— large deployment Red Hat Fuse Apache community projects
64-core subscription-Premium $101,250 $0
Reduced downtime    
Typical uptime 99.999% 99.9%
Downtime hours per year 0.09 8.7
Downtime cost per hour $300,000 $300,000
Downtime annual cost risk $27,000 $ 2,610,000
Reduced maintenance    
Typical sustaining engineering effort (FTE) 0.2 2
Typical annual burdened engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total sustaining engineering cost $30,000 $300,000
Reduced security burden    
Typical effort to investigate security issues and obtain patches (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened security engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total security engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Total annual operating cost savings $2,871,750  

 

Red Hat AMQ— small deployment Red Hat AMQ Apache community projects
16-core subscription-Premium $18,000 $0
Reduced downtime    
Typical uptime 99.999% 99.9%
Downtime hours per year 0.09 8.9
Downtime cost per hour $42,000 $42,000
Downtime annual cost risk $3,780 $ 365,400
Reduced maintenance    
Typical sustaining engineering effort (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total sustaining engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Reduced security burden    
Typical effort to investigate security issues and obtain patches (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened security engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total security engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Total annual operating cost savings $583,620  

 

Red Hat AMQ large deployment Red Hat AMQ Apache community projects
64-core subscription-Premium $67,500 $0
Reduced downtime    
Typical uptime 99.999% 99.9%
Downtime hours per year 0.09 8.7
Downtime cost per hour $300,000 $300,000
Downtime annual cost risk $27,000 $ 2,610,000
Reduced maintenance    
Typical sustaining engineering effort (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total sustaining engineering cost $30,000 $300,000
Reduced security burden    
Typical effort to investigate security issues and obtain patches (FTE) 0.2 1
Typical annual burdened security engineer cost $150,000 $150,000
Total security engineering cost $30,000 $150,000
Total annual operating cost savings $2,755,500