Red Hat Announces Enterprise OpenStack Platform 6


New release will help existing Red Hat networks integrate OpenStack cloud technology.

Red Hat has announced the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6. The Red Hat OpenStack Platform is intended to provide a foundation for operating in OpenStack-based cloud environments. The platform is designed as a production-ready cloud solution for any environment, but Red Hat is especially targeting customers who have existing Red Hat networks and would like a seamless, well-integrated way to include more cloud technologies.
New features in Version 6 include IPv6 support, support for multi-LDAP back ends, and deeper integration with Ceph storage technology. According to the press release, “Interoperability and ease of use continue to be at the forefront, starting with updates to Red Hat’s intuitive graphical installer and management tools that create greater efficiency and reduce the complexities of a cloud deployment.” Red Hat says it has more than 275 certified OpenStack partners, with more than 1,000 solutions certified for use with the Enterprise OpenStack platform.
See the Red Hat Enterprise OpenStack Platform 6 release notes for more information.


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