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Red Hat releases OpenShift Container Platform 3.7

Red Hat wants to be your AWS hybrid cloud and container company as well your Linux provider.
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Red Hat jumped on the Kubernetes bandwagon early in 2015, and today it releases the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. This latest version of Red Hat’s enterprise-grade Kubernetes container application platform is meant for building and managing containers from the data center to the public cloud.

Red Hat now makes popular Amazon Web Services (AWS) accessible directly from the OpenShift Container Platform. This integration makes it easier for AWS users to configure and deploy these services from OpenShift, and it provides a single path of enterprise-grade support for customer needs.

Red Hat sees a hybrid cloud future ahead. It plans on helping create this vision of tomorrow by binding services across public cloud and on-premise resources to OpenShift-based applications. This will provide a consistent, open standards-based foundation for cloud-native enterprise applications.   Read more…