Red Hat Announces ‘OpenShift Dedicated’ a Container App Platform as Public Cloud Portfolio

Red Hat launches the ‘OpenShift Dedicated’, which is its latest cloud computing service for the IT organizations, which will enable them, to deploy, manages and supports their open shift instances on AWS.  Red Hat Inc, which is the world’s leading provider of the open source solutions, announces the launch of OpenShift Dedicated, this new cloud computing service is for those IT organizations and developers who want help in plucking the public cloud. OpenShift Dedicated has the Docker container and Kubernetes orchestration technologies that were included in the recent OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 release. The new cloud service plans to make on OpenShift Online, Red Hat’s medium to help individual developers build, launch and host their own applications in a shared public cloud that it supports.

Ashesh Badani, VP, OpenShift, Red Hat said “We are pleased to continue to expand OpenShift’s portfolio of offerings, extending new support to users running OpenShift in the public cloud and enabling the power of an open source application platform to extend into more layers of cloud computing.”

He further said “New users signing on to OpenShift Dedicated can experience the same powerful combination of Red Hat-backed support, middleware services and container functionality.”

This new cloud computing service will provide the potential customers a third option for using Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings. The clients from all over the world can now choose between OpenShift Enterprise, OpenShift Online and the new OpenShift Dedicated cloud service.

“Red Hat continues to advance its portfolio of solutions for the hybrid cloud. OpenShift Dedicated adds to that, giving customers the choice of a hosted offering in the public cloud for its container application platform” said Larry Carvalho, IDC.

The new cloud computing service contains single-tenant isolation and a resource pool of 100GB SSD-based persistent storage, 48TB network Input/output Operations Per Second (IOPS) and nine nodes for deploying container-based applications. This service will also be offered admin and security controls which will enable every customer to customize and secure their cloud environment, by using virtual private networking and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) functions. Customers will also be able to use Red Hat’s JBoss Middleware from applications developed and deployed on OpenShift.

This new service is especially for the rising number of customers who want more power over the building and isolation development of their applications, but they don’t want complete responsibility for admin and operational management.

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