We are pleased to announce the beta release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7, the latest version of our Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform.
Red Hat cited as a “Visionary” in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application Platform-as-a-Service, Worldwide for OpenShift Online Offering
We are pleased to share that Red Hat has been positioned in the Visionary quadrant of the Gartner, Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application Platform-as-a-Service, Worldwide” for our OpenShift Online public Platform-as-a-Service offering. OpenShift Online, launched in June 2013, is part of our PaaS suite of offerings, including OpenShift Enterprise for private, on-premise PaaS deployments and an open source community offering, OpenShift Origin.
Red Hat is proud to announce that Mark Enzweiler, Red Hat's senior vice president, global channels and alliances, has been named to The VAR Guy's Top 50 Channel Influencers of 2015 list. Enzweiler and the others on the list were selected based on the results of a global survey of The VAR Guy readers, who shared their opinions on whom they considered the industry's most influential people.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Software Collection 2, Red Hat’s newest installment open source web development tools, dynamic languages and databases.
Container technology, while not new, has certainly taken on new life in the last year and a half. At Red Hat, we’ve long preached that modern IT is all about the apps, and enabling consistency, interoperability and portability across physical, virtual, public and private clouds. This is why you’ve seen us, over the last 12+ months, talking extensively about our container strategy and unveiling innovations to help accelerate and streamline application development across the open hybrid cloud.
More than the people you call when things go wrong
Most people think that if you have to interact with support, you must have an issue. And for most enterprise technology vendors, this is true; the de facto standard in IT is that a customer should only contact support if there’s a problem.