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Red Hat Introduces Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications - Industry’s First Fully Open Source Integrated IaaS and PaaS Solution

18/05/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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-Red Hat, Inc, the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications, an accelerated way to develop, deploy, and manage applications at scale using open source technologies.

As organizations move to the cloud, many are evolving toward microservices architectures that run within containers to increase scalability, portability, and efficiency. These new architectures require massively scalable infrastructure in order to realize their full benefit. However, many organizations also have a high volume of workloads not yet adapted for a microservices or container-based architecture, but which could benefit from having a solution that supports both applications running within virtual machines and new container-based application architectures. For example, developers may require storage services that are necessary for stateful application development, alongside a new container-based service. The ability to deploy both types of workloads on a single platform with unified management can enable an organization to realize new efficiencies.

Customers are increasingly seeking a complete, open source solution that provides both scalable infrastructure and increased developer productivity - with a broad choice of hardware and certified software vendors.

Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications helps solve these challenges by providing both Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) for massive scalability and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for faster application delivery, combined with a unified management framework that supports hybrid deployment models. As the industry’s first fully open source, integrated IaaS and PaaS solution, Red Hat Cloud Suite for Applications enables customers to avoid cloud silos and empowers them to select their service model of choice to best meet changing business requirements.

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