Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure enables you to build and manage a private Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud based on datacenter virtualization and management technologies for traditional workloads. It also provides an on ramp to a highly scalable, public-cloud-like infrastructure based on OpenStack. With Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure, you can implement an integrated infrastructure to deliver services faster, increase your IT department’s value, reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), and improve manageability.
Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure is a single subscription offering that consists of several integrated Red Hat technologies:
Red Hat CloudForms
An open hybrid cloud management solution that provides visibility and control over existing heterogeneous virtual infrastructures and lets you deploy, monitor, and manage cloud services across multiple hypervisor technologies such as Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and VMware vSphere and a growing number of public cloud providers.
Red Hat Satellite
Red Hat Satellite dramatically simplifies and reduces the cost of managing your virtual or private cloud infrastructure. Deploy hosts for both Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, Satellite also offers full lifecycle management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux guests by integrating with CloudForms to manage deployment, compliance, configuration, and detailed reporting for inventory and subscriptions.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
A complete datacenter virtualization product for Linux and Windows workloads that enables you to build an agile, secure, and highly scalable virtualization foundation with the features needed for traditional enterprise application workloads.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
Provides a massively scalable, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), enterprise-ready fault-tolerant platform for the development of a managed private or public cloud for cloud-enabled workloads based on Red Hat OpenStack technology optimized for and integrated with Red Hat Enterprise Linux.