Today’s IT is hybrid IT. But transforming a vast ecosystem – from traditional datacentres to public cloud services – into a true hybrid environment calls for a few things. To begin with, it should be scalable and move workloads seamlessly. It also takes developing and managing applications that run anywhere. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) is the one operating system that renders all that possible. It gives you predictive analytics and remediation with the availability of Red Hat Insights for all active subscriptions.
At the launch of RHEL 8, Gunnar Hellekson, senior director of product management at Red Hat put it in a nutshell as he stated “The IT market is going through this transformation right now being driven by two big forces: One is cloud computing and infrastructure, and the other is containers and what that means for application development and deployment. The nice thing about those two dynamics is that they’re both rooted in Linux. Red Hat, of course, is the Linux leader with the majority of commercial Linux offerings out there.”