Bringing together hardware providers, independent software vendors, system integrators, and public clouds, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 creates the largest enterprise Linux certified ecosystem in the world.
Red Hat, Inc. launched on Tuesday (7), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) during Red Hat Summit 2019, the company's main worldwide convention that takes place in Boston, United States. The news extends the use of enterprise Linux in the hybrid cloud with the industry's largest commercial open source software ecosystem.
Built to support any application, in any environment, anywhere, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 maintains Red Hat's commitment to delivering value across the entire enterprise technology stack, supported by many IT leaders. Since the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 in 2014, the ecosystem of Red Hat Enterprise Linux grown up.
Hundreds of independent software vendors (ISVs) now deliver over 5,000 RHEL-certified applications.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 provides a powerful platform to help organizations span all IT structures, from bare metal servers to public clouds, but to fully leverage all hybrid cloud strategies, organizations need a comprehensive software stack. . Red Hat's broad partner ecosystem is packed with the solutions and expertise required for companies to fully build their hybrid cloud strategies with all tested and certified hardware application and configuration to work effectively with the world's leading enterprise Linux platform.Says Craig Muzilla, senior vice president of Red Hat Core Products and Cloud Services.
Through the Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) program, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is available from a wide range of infrastructure service providers – from the largest global public cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). , Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure, as well as regional and specialized managed and cloud service providers. More than 1,000 Red Hat CCSPs deliver Red Hat Enterprise Linux on their public cloud infrastructures, serving as a foundation for organizations to adopt native cloud strategies.
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