June 18, 2019
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, hosted today a conference titled “The Future of Open Hybrid Cloud” in Seoul to share the company’s open hybrid cloud strategy and discuss the recent launches of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4.
We hope to support our customers as they drive digital transformation in the hybrid cloud era with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4.
Stefanie Chiras, vice president and general manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux at Red Hat delivered a keynote speech on “The Open Foundation for the Enterprise Hybrid Cloud.” Martin Klaus, senior director, Cloud Platforms at Red Hat and Brendan Paget, senior principal product manager at Red Hat introduced OpenShift 4 as the IT industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform and presented the strength of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, the operating system built for the hybrid and multicloud world. Today, Red Hat Enterprise Linux touches $10 trillion of global business revenues, as estimated by IDC in a report sponsored by Red Hat on the economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux .
The keynote session introduced Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud strategy and technology and business insights around cloud-native applications and Kubernetes. Red Hat executives also offered the direction and detailed ways organizations can move to hybrid cloud with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4 alongside a technical demo and actual customer cases.
Key messages shared during the event
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8:
- Korean enterprises can increase agility and reduce time to market of critical business workloads with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 coupled with Red Hat Insights delivers intelligent Linux for the hybrid cloud. Red Hat Insights uses predictive analytics based on Red Hat’s extensive knowledge of open technologies to help administrators avoid problems and unplanned downtime in production environments.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform redesigned for the hybrid cloud era and built to support the workloads and operations that stretch from enterprise datacenters to multiple public clouds.
Red Hat OpenShift 4:
- Red Hat OpenShift 4 is the next generation of Red Hat’s trusted enterprise Kubernetes platform, reengineered to address the complex realities of container orchestration in production systems.
- OpenShift 4 supports the evolving needs of application development as a consistent platform to optimize developer productivity with self-service, automation and application services.
- With enhanced developer flexibility and backed by Kubernetes Operators, OpenShift 4 lays a more secure and consistent foundation for modern and emerging cloud-native workloads.
The value of the open hybrid cloud, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and OpenShift 4 was brought to life by hybrid cloud success stories shared by Red Hat’s local customers.Executives from Lotte Card, one of South Korea’s leading credit card companies, KT Corporation, South Korea’s largest telecommunications company, and Ministry of the Interior and Safety (MOIS), the ministry responsible for the government innovation and administrative efficiency, joined the panel to share a practical roadmap and business benefits for building hybrid cloud and presented how they built an efficient IT operating environment based on DevOps and container-based platform-as-a-service (PaaS) platform through Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Damien Wong, vice president and general manager, Asian Growth & Emerging Markets, Red Hat
“The ‘Future of Open Hybrid Cloud’ event in Seoul aimed to present a strategy and direction to many companies looking to move towards hybrid cloud. We hope to support our customers as they drive digital transformation in the hybrid cloud era with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4. And through our products, we seek to provide a more flexible and agile foundation that can help to more seamlessly move workloads across various environments.”
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