Red Hat has introduced Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications to develop, deploy and manage applications at scale using open source technologies.
The new solution benefits customers who are seeking a complete, open source solution that provides both scalable infrastructure and increased developer productivity, the company said.
Red Hat Cloud Suite provides both Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) for massive scalability and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for faster application delivery.
According to Red Hat, the new cloud suite enables customers to avoid cloud silos and empowers them to select their service model of choice to best meet changing business requirements.
Additionally, Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications integrates PaaS, IaaS and hybrid cloud management offerings – OpenShift by Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, and Red Hat CloudForms, respectively.
Also, an enterprise management solution can manage both PaaS and IaaS from a single console with seamless management of both OpenShift and OpenStack with Red Hat CloudForms.
Besides accessing faster way to develop, deploy, and manage applications, users can also have access to a full suite of middleware and mobility services, by integrating OpenShift with OpenStack.
Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications also supports a broad range of certified hardware, servers and third-party plugins, bringing users expanded choices for their cloud stack.
Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications is available via an Early Access Program.
“Red Hat is the only vendor that can offer IaaS, PaaS and management in an open environment, backed by the strength of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the ability to leverage certified hardware of their choice,” said Paul Cormier, president, Products and Technologies, Red Hat.
In February, Red Hat announced the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 to serve as the foundation for building OpenStack powered clouds for business with cloud users, internet service providers, public cloud hosting providers and telecom companies.
Recently Red Hat also invested in VMTurbo to boost Openstack biz.