Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open source software solutions and it also offers award-winning support, training, and consulting services. The company announced that it has joined the HP Enterprise Services Technology Alliance program. Red Hat helps to create relevant, innovative technologies that liberate resources for growth and prepare customers for the future of IT, as it is the connective hub in a global network of enterprises, partners, and open source communities. As part of its Standard Operating Platform for outsourcing clients, HP Enterprise Services offers Red Hat Products and utilize Red Hat JBoss Middleware technology and Red Hat Enterprise Linux as platforms for development and deployment of solutions in order to manage services in the businesses.
“Becoming a part of HP’s Enterprise Services Technology Alliance solidifies the work we’ve done together to design, build and deploy solutions in a range of industries maximizing flexibility while containing infrastructure costs,” said Alan Sanchez, director of global strategic alliances, Red Hat. “These solutions present the best of both companies to our customers, and the end result is better business outcomes.” “Optimizing IT performance requires strong solutions,” said Greg Robins, vice president, Alliances, HP Enterprise Services. “Red Hat’s technology, combined with HP’s services, provides clients with solutions that enable the flexibility and agility today’s enterprises demand.”
In order to deliver superior performance, security and scalability over proprietary operations platforms, HP Enterprise Services solutions designed and built on Red Hat’s platform. These solutions include, HP Service Orchestration Manager, HP SDP Service Governance Framework, HP Storefront and Mobility Gateway, HP Aggregation Platform for SaaS. HP Enterprise Services Technology Alliance Partners are internationally recognized companies that collaborate with HP to develop, implement and jointly market differentiated services. These alliances mainly focused on specific technologies or domains, and offer standards which became as a pervasive part of product and service delivery frameworks.