Red Hat solutions on Azure

Accelerate your innovation and digital transformation

Quickly deploy a secure, reliable, flexible hybrid cloud environment with Red Hat solutions on Azure—the right open source architecture on the cloud trusted by 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies.

  • SCSK
  • Pacifico
  • Savoir Faire Linux
  • T Mobile Systems
  • ERTU
  • LinkByNet
  • Throwback
  • Fujitsu

More options for hybrid cloud-native applications

Microsoft and Red Hat have announced the upcoming availability of OpenShift Dedicated in Azure in January 2018 as well as exciting new capabilities for customers using SQL Server, Azure Stack and Windows Server.

Watch now: Harness the power of open source in the public cloud

Customize cloud deployment for your needs

Run applications where it makes the most sense now, and move them as needs change. Red Hat solutions on Azure meet you where you are and enable you to unify the management of physical, virtual, and private and public cloud environments. So you can build a common, production-grade platform for Microsoft .NET and Linux application development.

Watch the demo: Deploying and managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Azure

Get no-hassle, unified global support

When you deploy Red Hat solutions on Azure, our partnership provides you the industry’s only coordinated support that includes co-location of multi-lingual support engineers across 18 regions, a seamless and coordinated escalation and resolution process, plus an integrated ticketing process that saves you time, hassle, and stress.

Count on continually improving security and innovation

According to IDC, the majority of digital transformation initiatives will be unable to scale due to lack of strategic architecture1 . With Red Hat solutions on Azure, your organization can leap forward without boundaries using solutions that get better all the time—and work better together. Our joint security response team actively monitors emerging threats, and our joint engineering teams keep making improvements that add more value to your deployments.

Optimize your current Red Hat investments with Azure

Maximize the value to your existing Red Hat investment by transitioning to the cloud, and gain all that Azure has to offer, including the ability to scale quickly and easily, pay only for what you use, and save on compute power. Plus, use the Java, Linux, and other skills that your team already has to speed your digital transformation.

Administer and secure complex hybrid infrastructures more easily

IT operations managers can streamline costs and build scalable, adaptable environments—preparing their organizations for a more agile future. Accelerate your innovation with unique hybrid capabilities including:

  • Interoperability and portability across hybrid infrastructure
  • Simple, unified management
  • Consistent application development and deployment across environments

Moving your Red Hat subscription to Azure

It’s easier than you think. You can:

Provision a Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtual machine on Azure with a Marketplace image.

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Migrate current subscriptions for use on select Red Hat certified cloud providers, including Microsoft Azure.

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Use Red Hat Cloud Access to move your Red Hat subscriptions to Azure in just three steps.

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Jumpstart Red Hat in your organization

Red Hat solutions on Azure components

  • Microsoft Azure
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux®
  • Red Hat JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform
  • Red Hat JBoss Web Server
  • Red Hat Gluster Storage
  • Red Hat Ceph Storage
  • Red Hat OpenStack® Platform
  • Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
  • Red Hat CloudForms
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host
  • Ansible by Red Hat


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1IDC, “CIO Agenda 2015 Predictions,” November 2015.