Dell Technologies and Red hat are extending their strategic partnership to accelerate DevOps in a multi-cloud environment. Dell and Red Hat teams will work to build new solutions that simplify deploying and managing on-premises, containerized infrastructure in multi-cloud environments.
These solutions are…
- Dell APEX Containers for Red Hat OpenShift
- Dell Validated Platform for Red Hat OpenShift infrastructure
- The Dell hybrid cloud solution with Red Hat OpenShift
Dell APEX containers for Red Hat OpenShift
Dell APEX Containers for Red Hat OpenShift offers IT organizations and their developers a Dell-managed, on-premises Container-as-a-Service solution on Dell infrastructure. With Red Hat OpenShift, the service allows customers to meet their developers’ needs without the need to build and manage their own physical infrastructure.
Dell APEX Containers for Red Hat OpenShift has planned availability in the US in early 2023 with broader availability.
Dell validated platform for Red Hat OpenShift infrastructure
The Dell Validated Platform for Red Hat OpenShift, powered by Intel, streamlines deployment processes and management of on-premises infrastructure for container orchestration with fully documented deployment and configuration guidance. Dell Validated Platform for Red Hat OpenShift is available globally on September 30, 2022.
Dell hybrid cloud solution with Red Hat OpenShift
Dell and Red Hat are co-engineering a hybrid cloud solution that extends management of on-premises Red Hat OpenShift deployments across public clouds and the edge more consistently. The Dell hybrid cloud solution with Red Hat OpenShift has planned availability in 2023.
This automated infrastructure will be built to use Dell software for full stack integration of Red Hat OpenShift on scalable Dell software-defined storage and compute to deliver cloud flexibility and help simplify on-premises operations. With application agility critical for businesses to remain competitive, tight integration will make it easier for organizations to develop and deploy applications anywhere with a standard operational model.
Dell and IBM plan to offer AI for IT operations and intelligent automation capabilities to help enable high availability, uptime, and performance of customers’ mission-critical applications at any scale.
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