Hear from Scott Guthrie, executive vice president Microsoft Cloud + AI Group, as he talks about how Red Hat and Microsoft are committed to serving the needs of our customers and the developer community.
Deutsche Bank democratizes application development with centralized platform
Deutsche Bank wanted to improve the experience of both its banking customers and its support structure, including employees and external providers and developers who use the platform to build and run applications. Using Red Hat solutions, Deutsche Bank built an open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), which runs in several datacenters and on Microsoft Azure. This move simplified DevOps collaboration, optimized capacity, and increased efficiency, cutting development time from months to weeks.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift combines the innovation of enterprise Kubernetes with the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, running on the scale and power of Microsoft Azure. Together, these technologies provide a powerful solution for more easily managing and orchestrating cloud-native workloads across a hybrid cloud environment.
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Red Hat CloudForms manages Azure virtual machines (VMs) in addition to VMware, Red Hat OpenStack® Platform, Red Hat Virtualization, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Amazon Web Services (AWS.) This lets you manage workloads across physical, virtual, and private and public clouds.
Choice without complexity
Enterprise and independent software vendor (ISV) developers can direct their apps developed on Microsoft .NET to infrastructure powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux, including Red Hat OpenShift.