Microsoft Joins Hands With Red Hat To Simplify Containers For Hybrid Cloud

Containers have become pretty popular during recent years and almost all the big cloud providers have started supporting container technology. In this arena, two big players, Microsoft and Red Hat, have collaborated so as to simplify the adoption of containers across heterogeneous datacenter infrastructures and Microsoft Azure.
 
The two became allies two years back for offering world class new standards for enterprise cloud experience, and now, they have strengthened their alliance by providing more and better options for users to easily adopt containers.
 
In the official Press Release, RedHat informed,
 
“This includes native support for Windows Server containers on Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on Microsoft Azure, and SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift. These additions to the companies’ joint roadmap will focus on simplifying container technologies to help enterprise customers increase the agility and drive digital transformation using hybrid cloud. Continuing their commitment to deliver choice and flexibility to enterprise customers, Microsoft and Red Hat will extend the integrated, co-located Microsoft and Red Hat support to enable these new offerings across platforms. This helps to assure IT organizations that whatever challenges they face on their path to digital transformation, Microsoft and Red Hat will stand by them together.” 
 
For further details, please read the full Press Release or watch the following video.
 
Source: redhat.com
 
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