Red Hat reveals latest SI partners for OpenShift Container Platform

Red Hat has revealed the latest list of global systems integrators (SI) which are offering its enterprise Kubernetes platform, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform unites developers and IT operations on a single platform to build, deploy, and manage applications consistently across hybrid cloud infrastructures.
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This helps businesses achieve value by delivering modern and traditional applications with shorter development cycles and increased efficiencies.

“Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is a powerful platform for modern infrastructure deployments,” Ashesh Badani, vice president and general manager, OpenShift, Red Hat, said.

Many Red Hat partners, including systems integrators, are building offerings and practices based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. These organizations are integrating Red Hat technology into comprehensive solutions to help enable cloud-native success for both their customers and internally.

Accenture has integrated Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with its Accenture DevOps Platform (ADOP) designed to help clients increase their agility to deal with disruption. Accenture aims to enable clients to move to a multi-speed IT model that enables them to innovate and develop new services more quickly.

“Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides the Kubernetes-centric basis for our Accenture DevOps Platform (ADOP), helping clients fuel digital transformation efforts through innovative technologies as well as best practices and our expert services,” Nigel Barnes, global lead technology architect, Accenture, said.

Atos Managed OpenShift (AMOS) is built on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform that helps customers to create and run cloud-native applications and migrates legacy workloads on hybrid cloud environments via a fully-managed service.

“We collaborate with Red Hat around the new opportunities posed by Linux containers and Kubernetes orchestration technologies, both of which are components of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform,” Sean Narayanan, executive vice president, Head of B&PS, Atos, said.

DXC Technology offers the DXC Managed Container Platform as a Service (PaaS) powered by Red Hat OpenShift to help clients gain from OpenShift while providing application containerization, migration, and managed platform services.

“DXC Technology offers the DXC Managed Container PaaS powered by Red Hat OpenShift designed to enable developers to build, deploy, and manage containerized applications on a single platform, across hybrid and cloud infrastructures,” Eugene O’Callaghan, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud & Platform Services, DXC Technology, said.

HCL Technologies offers Cloud Native Services powered by Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to its customers. The partnership combines Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with HCL’s IT transformation and operations capabilities for a holistic application Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution designed to accelerate build and deployment of modern cloud-native applications.

“With the HCL application Platform–as–a–Service powered by Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, developers can experience significantly faster time-to-market and reduced complexity in bringing enterprise applications to production,” Kalyan Kumar, corporate vice president and CTO, HCL Technologies, said.

Lenovo provides the Lenovo DevOps Solution based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. The solution includes optimized hardware along with corresponding container consultation services, DevOps best practices, and training, with the intent to assist customers in accelerating application development and delivery.

“Partnering with Red Hat and Intel, Lenovo has created a comprehensive enterprise-grade software solution that enables organizations to automate and accelerate their DevOps quality and innovation,” John Majeski, head of Lenovo Software Solutions, said.

Wipro selected Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for its Cloud Application Factory. The solution is designed to offer developers and IT teams a repeatable and rapid methodology for application modernization across public, private, and hybrid clouds.

“With Cloud Application Factory powered by Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, our customers can not only support legacy applications, but also quickly develop new cloud-based applications that enable innovation,” Andrew Aitken, general manager and Global Open Source Practice Leader, Wipro, said.