Red Hat expands Cloud footprint

Red Hat expands Cloud footprint

Red Hat has announced the next step in its delivery of open hybrid cloud solutions to enterprises with the general availability of Red Hat CloudForms. CloudForms is an open hybrid cloud management platform built to enable enterprises to create and manage Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hybrid clouds with the ability to make self-service computing resources available to users in a managed, governed and secure way.

 

Brian Stevens, CTO & VP, Worldwide Engineering, Red Hat said, “CloudForms enables enterprises to use infrastructure ranging from virtual to public cloud resources together in open hybrid cloud architecture and is a game-changer for enterprises leveraging the power of the cloud. We recognize that for a complete open hybrid cloud, enterprises need more than just the management layer – they also need openness and portability across compute, data/services, programming models and applications. Red Hat is the only vendor that can deliver a portfolio of solutions to meets these needs, and we’ve further extended this with the availability of a new cloud platform with groundbreaking features via CloudForms.”

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