THE DELL RED HAT CLOUD SOLUTION, a co-engineered, enterprise grade private cloud, was unveiled at the Red Hat Summit on Thursday.
The Openstack-based service also includes an extension of the Red Hat partnership into the Dell Openshift Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Linux Container products.
Dell and Redhat said their cloud partnership is intended to "address enterprise customer demand for more flexible, elastic and dynamic IT services to support and host non-business critical applications".
The integration of Openshift with Redhat Linux is a move towards container enhancements from Redhat's Docker platform, which the companies said will enable a write-once culture, making programs portable across public, private and hybrid cloud environments.
Paul Cormier, president of Products and Technologies at Red Hat said, "Cloud innovation is happening first in open source, and what we’re seeing from global customers is growing demand for open hybrid cloud solutions that meet a wide variety of requirements."
Sam Greenblatt, VP of Enterprise Solutions Group Technology Strategy at Dell, added, "Dell is a long-time supporter of Openstack and this important extension of our commitment to the community now will include work for Openshift and Docker. We are building on our long history with open source and will apply that expertise to our new cloud solutions and co-engineering work with Red Hat."
Dell Red Hat Cloud Solutions are available from today, with support for platform architects available from Dell Cloud Services.
Earlier this week, Red Hat announced Atomic Host, a new fork of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) specifically tailored for containers. Last year, the company broke bad with its Fedora Linux distribution, codenamed Heisenbug. µ
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