In May 2020, Red Hat Inc. and Amazon Web Services Inc. announced an expanding collaboration between the two companies called Amazon Red Hat OpenShift, a jointly managed and jointly supported enterprise Kubernetes service on AWS.
Sathish Balakrishnan (pictured), vice president of hosted platforms at Red Hat Inc., is breaking down why Red Hat and AWS are offering this newest choice to customers.
“AWS and Red Hat increasingly are leaders in public cloud and hybrid cloud and are approached by IT decision makers who are looking for guidance on changing requirements and how they should be doing applications … in very containerized and hybrid cloud world,” Balakrishnan said.
Balakrishnan spoke with John Furrier, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, during AWS re:Invent. They discussed Red Hat and AWS’ partnership over the years and its latest expansion. (* Disclosure below.)
Free will for managing containerized applications
Red Hat and AWS have a long history of collaboration between the two companies, starting …