Use Red Hat solutions on Azure

It’s here. The partnership you’ve been waiting for. Run your Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure.

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Maximise your Red Hat investments

Get the best of both worlds. Add the power and scale of Azure to your Red Hat applications, and rely on Azure – the flexible, reliable and open cloud platform – to quickly deploy them. Make the most of your Red Hat investments with a hybrid deployment model that lets you choose where to run your applications: on premises or in the cloud.

Fast and easy provisioning

Get up and running in minutes with Red Hat Enterprise Linux images available on Azure Marketplace*. Minimise waste and cost through a Pay-as-you-go model with hourly billing.

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*Available in selected regions

Easily move Red Hat subscriptions to Azure

With Microsoft being part of the Red Hat Certified Cloud & Service Provider programme, it’s easy to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux solutions on Azure. Use Red Hat Cloud Access to move existing subscriptions from the following eligible products to Azure: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Server, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Server, Red Hat Gluster Storage and Red Hat OpenShift.

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Get enterprise-class support, squared

We’re teaming up with Red Hat to create an integrated support experience. No matter whether you run your Red Hat solution on premises or in Azure, and no matter who you contact for support, you’ll get a consistent support experience. Plus, you’ll get double the expertise, co-located technical engineers and a seamless and coordinated escalation and resolution process. We call this unique model the Integrated Hybrid Support experience.

There’s more to come...

Enabling you to run your Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtual machines on Azure is just the beginning. We’re already working hard on a number of other initiatives. For instance, you’ll soon be able to migrate your existing Red Hat virtual machines to Azure. Also, .NET support is coming, enabling you to build and deploy .NET applications on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. And you’ll be able to manage Azure virtual machines alongside on-premises deployment of Red Hat applications with Red Hat Cloud Forms.