Functions and benefits
Automation and management
Install and migration tools
Security and compliance
Use cases for any cloud and any workload
Expand to the edge
Red Hat Enterprise Linux can extend your hybrid cloud infrastructure to the edge, scaling across hundreds, or, even hundreds of thousands of nodes worldwide. By creating edge-optimized OS images, you can minimize workload interruptions caused by OS updates and transfer system updates more efficiently.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables you to deploy and run applications anywhere, from physical and virtual, to private and public clouds, delivering the consistent operating foundation needed for modern IT and enterprise hybrid cloud deployments.
Migrate SAP workloads
Organizations that depend on SAP to manage their business need an operating system that has high performance, reliability, and the ability to modernize and integrate their SAP and non-SAP applications. With Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions, organizations can meet those needs.
Deliver SQL Server on Linux
Regarding Microsoft SQL Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a cost-effective, flexible and safe performance-driven platform that provides a scalable foundation and a consistent application experience across bare-metal, virtual machine, container, and hybrid cloud environments.
Migrate from CentOS Linux
Our Convert2RHEL tool can streamline the migration process by minimizing the need for costly redeployment projects, and reducing administrative burden by maintaining existing OS customization, configurations, and preferences during the conversion.
Develop on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Developers who join the Red Hat Developer program can get access to Red Hat Enterprise Linux, how-to videos, demos, “get started” guides, documentation, and more.
Scale your HPC workloads
The operating system plays a key role in determining how well high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure operates and performs. Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a flexible and reliable platform for running HPC workloads at scale across data centers, cloud, and hybrid environments.