Red Hat OpenStack Platform
Features and benefits
Cloud performance on a co-engineered foundation
It matters which OpenStack distribution and which Linux® offering you choose. This is why we—recognizing the critical interdependencies between the two—co-engineer OpenStack and Linux together with closely aligned product teams.
All the management tools you need
Keep an eye on all the moving parts of your OpenStack environment with Red Hat CloudForms. Integrated as part of Red Hat OpenStack Platform, Red Hat CloudForms is a unified management system designed for hybrid environments.
Bring in hundreds of certified partners’ solutions
Backed by our certified OpenStack partner ecosystem, we simplify integration with existing datacenter investments through a partner certification program for hundreds of software, hardware, and services partners.
Built-in cloud security
Our products have earned some of the highest security credentials, including those from the U.S. Department of Defense and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. SELinux military-grade security technologies prevent intrusions and protect data when running in public or private OpenStack clouds.
Update with every release or standardize for years
Use our integrated director to deploy the latest features by updating with every new release. You can also standardize on a single version with at least 3 years of support, or add a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Extended Update Support Add-On subscription for an extra 1 or 2 years of support.
Red Hat Ceph Storage is a software-defined storage platform that’s engineered for private cloud architectures. Integrated with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and all of OpenStack’s open source projects, Red Hat Ceph Storage lets you provision hundreds of virtual machines and build fully supported cloud platforms.
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