Red Hat announced the latest list of enterprises which use its container-native storage to support the adoption of Linux containers.
Red Hat has surpassed 150 customers adopting container-native storage with its Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environments in the last year.
Customers such as Aragonesa Servicios Telematicos (AST), Generali Switzerland, IHK-GfI, and Lufthansa Technik are using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for cloud-native applications.
Enterprises are using Red Hat’s container-native storage to gain from simplified management, rapid deployment, and a single point of support.
Red Hat’s container-native storage clients
Aragonesa de Servicios Telematicos (AST), a provider of technical services for the Public Administration of Aragon in Spain, deployed container-native storage from Red Hat along with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to reduce its time to market, increase application development, and reduce operational costs.
Generali Switzerland, an insurance company, selected Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform as its central development and integration platform and used container-native storage from to simplify integration and connect existing core systems with dynamic portals.
IHK-GfI, a joint IT service provider for 70 chambers of industry and commerce in Germany, tapped container-native storage and OpenShift Container Platform for its performance over NFS and support for hybrid cloud deployments.
Lufthansa Technik gained from the capabilities provided by Red Hat software and container-native storage in the development of its innovative AVIATAR open platform for aviation industry customers.
“By enabling this type of storage for both bare metal and virtualized environments, vendors like Red Hat, with their Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, provide compelling value to IT organizations looking to work with an open source solutions stack,” said Eric Burgener, research vice president, Storage, IDC.