Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 (announced few weeks ago) helps application development and IT operations teams create and deploy apps with the speed and consistency that business demands. It includes Docker, Kubernetes 1.4, Project Atomic, OpenShift Origin, and of course Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This new release provides significant enhancements to OpenShift in order to lower the barrier of adoption of containers in the enterprise with simplified storage provisioning, enhanced multi-tenant capabilities and new reference architectures in hybrid cloud environments.
RedHat has announced the global availability of Red Hat Storage Server 3, an open software-defined storage solution for scale out file storage designed for the biggest consumers of unstructured data in enterprises today including enterprise file sharing and collaboration, log analytics, such as Splunk, and big data, such as Hadoop. Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and the Open Source GlusterFS 3.6 file system, Red Hat Storage Server 3 is designed to scale to support petabytes of data without compromising on choice, cost and control. Highlights of the new capabilities of Red Hat Storage […]
During the Red Hat Summit 2013 event, Red Hat, Inc. has announced serveral news: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.2, nuove linee di prodotto basate su OpenStack per realizzare la sua vision di Open Hybrid Cloud, shows OpenStack Ecosystem Strength, launches Red Hat OpenStack Certification and unveils Red Hat Certified Solution Marketplace.
One trend in the last year(s) is that the virtualization ecosystem is growing outside the boundary where was born: historical partner vendor of VMware now are extending their solution to other hypervisors, and also also new products are designed to managed a more complex virtual environment. This was also called “Hypervisor Agnosticism” in a VKernel post. We do not talk about interoperability across different hypervisors, but simple use same tools, especially for management, monitoring and data protection, for more type of products. Does it make sense? For a single customer maybe not… have multiple environment […]
Some days ago Red Hat has announced the availability of its Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 3.0 public beta. The first beta of RHEV 3.0 was announced in August, but was not available to the general public. You needed to have an active RHEV subscription at that time. The evaluation is immediately available to anyone with a Red Hat Network account. About the new features and the improvements there is a specific page on RedHat site. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0 includes updates such as: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager is now a Java application […]