Red Hat on AWS

Secure, flexible, and easy to manage Linux workloads

Red Hat and Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Red Hat provide a complete, enterprise-class computing environment. Red Hat solutions on AWS give customers the ability to run enterprise traditional on-premises applications, such as SAP, Oracle databases, and custom applications in the cloud. Customers benefit from the familiar interface and consistent environment of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and the simplicity and scalability of AWS.

Recent Announcements

AWS and Red Hat extend collaboration: announcing a new managed Red Hat OpenShift service on AWS. For more information, read the blog.


Omnitracs

Learn how Omnitracs improved their overall operations and created a more collaborative development process culture with Red Hat and AWS. Read the case study.

Cathay Pacific

Hear how Cathay Pacific used Red Hat OpenShift on AWS to scale their online ticketing infrastructure to meet customer demands. Watch the video.

Macquarie

A global financial services provider headquarted in Australia is using Red Hat OpenShift on AWS to transform its digital banking offering. Learn more.

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RHEL on Amazon EC2 allows customers to build and test enterprise applications on AWS and in their on-premises data centers. Red Hat maintains the base RHEL images for Amazon EC2. AWS customers receive updates at the same time that updates are made available from Red Hat, so computing environment remains reliable and secure and RHEL-certified apps maintain supportability. 

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Red Hat OpenShift is a container platform that gives development and IT operations teams the ability to accelerate application delivery with the speed and consistency that businesses demand. Enterprise customers can build new applications or refactor existing applications using a micro-services architecture through containers.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP on AWS allows for High Availability and Update services to be used with our suite of Amazon EC2 instances that are supported by SAP. This includes Amazon EC2 High Memory Instances for applications based on SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver.
Get started now.

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) is a service operated by Red Hat and jointly supported with AWS to provide fully managed Red Hat OpenShift. ROSA provides pay-as-you-go (hourly and annual) billing on a single invoice through AWS, and the option to contact Red Hat or AWS for support. Learn more.


Resources

Webinars
Documentation
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  • How Scholastic Transitioned to the Digital Realm with a Containers-Based Architecture: On-Demand
  • Drive Developer Productivity Up by 24% with Red Hat OpenShift on AWS: On-Demand
  • Easily Migrate and Manage Mission-Critical Workloads with Red Hat OpenShift on AWS: Register
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Getting Started

OpenShift Quick Start

Set up a cloud architecture and deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on AWS. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is based on Docker-formatted Linux containers, Google Kubernetes orchestration, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

Request up to $2000 AWS credit with OpenShift POC >>

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AWS Marketplace

Find and deploy different options of Red Hat Enterprise Linux AMIs (Amazon Machine Images) available in AWS Marketplace.

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Leverage Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP with High Availability and Update Services to bring reliability, scalability, and performance to S/4HANA, SAP HANA, and SAP Business Applications.

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What's new with Red Hat?

Watch Andy Jassy, CEO of AWS, talk about the Red Hat and AWS partnership. (3:04)

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Learn how OpenShift Dedicated on AWS can help modernize your workloads. (10:16)

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Hear the benefits of Red Hat OpenShift and AWS’s security process. (14:42)


Contact Us

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