Red Hat, a longtime partner of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, will now be a member of the HPE GreenLake ecosystem, the companies stated at HPE Discover 2022. Together, the businesses will combine fresh service offerings with cutting-edge open source tools from Red Hat, including Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, all of which are installed on the HPE GreenLake platform.
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Red Hat’s enterprise open source technologies and the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform would help IT organizations meet their need for flexible technological solutions that may hasten business outcomes and support their digital transformations.
“This extended partnership makes it easy for HPE GreenLake customers to consume and work with Red Hat’s highly regarded open source solutions,” said Keith White, EVP & GM, HPE GreenLake Cloud Services Commercial Business, HPE. “This enables our joint customers to focus on accelerating their business transformations, at a lower cost, while solving their most pressing challenges around performance, risk, and speed, without worries about integration, licenses, or product updates. We’re delivering the hybrid cloud ‘your way’ by partnering with trusted open source solutions from Red Hat.”
Together, HPE and Red Hat offer open source, enterprise-ready solutions that can lower costs and complexity while boosting performance and stability across various IT environments. These initiatives aim to speed up time to market, foster innovation, and establish a long-lasting competitive edge for mid-market, business, and government firms’ IT departments.
Today, the HPE GreenLake platform has over 120,000 users and over 1600 enterprise clients using cloud services. In addition to providing strong security, compliance, and management, the scalable, pay-as-you-go HPE GreenLake platform also supports a large partner ecosystem, including channel partners, distributors, independent software suppliers, public cloud providers, service providers, and system integrators.
“Red Hat and HPE are committed to enabling greater customer choice and flexibility, as many organizations look to accelerate digital transformation efforts and expand their hybrid cloud footprints,” said Stefanie Chiras, Senior Vice President, Partner Ecosystem Success, Red Hat. “Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud portfolio offers a more consistent and scalable foundation for customers to optimize their cloud operations, from the datacenter to the edge. We are pleased to collaborate with HPE to integrate Red Hat technologies with HPE GreenLake platform, further supporting customer choice wherever needed.”