Eric D. Schabell: Red Hat Cloud Suite - Scalable Infrastructure (video)

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Red Hat Cloud Suite - Scalable Infrastructure (video)

Red Hat Cloud Suite
(Original article authored by James Labocki, Product Marketing Manager extraordinaire at Red Hat in North America, the original article can be found at

With the release of the Red Hat Cloud Suite there are a few interesting use cases that we wanted to present that showcase solutions using this product.

The following article and video walks you through one of these use cases.

Red Hat Cloud Suite scaleable infrastructure

Common problems organizations face across both their traditional IT environments (sometimes called mode-1) and new emerging IT environments (sometimes called mode-2) include:

This demonstration shows how Red Hat is delivering scalable infrastructure with the capabilities that enterprises demand. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform delivers scale-out private cloud capabilities with a stable lifecycle and large ecosystem of supported hardware platforms.

Many organizations are building their next generation cloud infrastructures on OpenStack because it provides an asynchronous architecture and is API centric allowing for greater scale and greater efficiency in platform management. OpenStack does not, however, provide functionality such as chargeback, reporting, and policy driven automation for tenant workloads and those projects that aspire to do so are generally focused solely on OpenStack. This is not realistic in an increasingly hybrid world – and enterprises that are serious about OpenStack need these capabilities.

By using Red Hat CloudForms together with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform it’s possible to provide capabilities such as reporting, chargeback, and auditing of tenant workloads across a geographically diverse deployment. In the demo see how chargeback across a multi-site OpenStack deployment works.

Stay tuned for more Red Hat Cloud Suite scenarios!

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