What makes the recent news of IBM and Red Hat coming together so exciting? It’s the fact that we are delivering a complete, open hybrid cloud platform that enables enterprises to build, run and manage apps and workloads in a consistent way, across any cloud; providing our customers with an incredible opportunity to accelerate digital transformation.
However, we know that with transformation, there are challenges. You not only want to build new applications to engage users in creative ways, you want to modernize the core part of your business — the engine of how your business operates.
IBM Cloud Paks, supported by Red Hat’s open container and Kubernetes technology, Red Hat OpenShift, are enterprise-ready, containerized software solutions that provide a faster, more secure way to move core business applications to any cloud.
IBM Cloud Paks are certified by both IBM and Red Hat to implement the best patterns for scalability, reliability and management. Businesses can gain portability, choice and access to any cloud infrastructure with a consistent set of common services and full visibility across all of their clouds and clusters.
IBM offers five Cloud Paks that are pre-integrated for cloud use cases:
IBM Cloud Pak for Applications to build, deploy and run applications
IBM Cloud Pak for Data to collect, organize, and analyze data
IBM Cloud Pak for Integration to integrate applications, data, cloud services and APIs
IBM Cloud Pak for Automation to transform business processes, decisions
IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management to gain multicloud visibility, governance and automation
Businesses can also blend both open source middleware and trusted, proven enterprise-grade middleware together for the best of both worlds. This allows companies to have a trusted full stack from hypervisor, to operating system, to runtimes and applications to deliver the best experience.
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