Colleges, universities and academic institutions face unique challenges. Whether committing to student success, researching solutions to society’s top issues, or maintaining a healthy population, higher education is a market like no other. Red Hat academic offerings were created to help educational institutions build out their IT infrastructure while avoiding vendor-lock in, reducing costs, and creating scalable and sustainable IT environments.
Red Hat products and solutions are ready-made for institutions of higher learning to:
- Run enterprise applications, such as learning management and student information systems, on an open, secure foundation.
- Rapidly modernize legacy education and operational applications with developer toolkits and container platforms.
- Achieve unified management of traditional, virtualized environments and cloud-based infrastructure.
- Improve interoperability with other technology vendors.
- Build public, private, and hybrid clouds.
Whether in an administrative, educational, or research-oriented capacity, Red Hat provides various software, products, and services to educational institutions interested in using commercially-supported open source technologies.
RED HAT INFRASTRUCTURE SITE SUBSCRIPTION
The Red Hat Infrastructure Site Subscription (RHISS) provides a single campus access to these major Red Hat enterprise products:
- Red Hat® Enterprise Linux
- Red Hat Virtualization
- Red Hat OpenStack® Platform
- Red Hat CloudForms®
- Red Hat Gluster® Storage
- Red Hat Insights
A site subscription may be used by faculty, staff, and students in both non-production and production environments within the institution.
RED HAT ACADEMIC PRICING
Red Hat academic offerings help you get more IT for your money by offering campus-wide subscriptions across all departments based on full-time equivalent (FTE) employees. FTEs are calculated as follows:
- All full-time faculty and staff are considered one unit.
- Part-time staff are considered a half of a unit.
- Part-time faculty are considered a third of a unit.