Red Hat has today announced the general availability of Red Hat Marketplace. The marketplace is a one-stop shop to find, deploy, and manage enterprise applications across an organization’s hybrid IT infrastructure.
Enterprises can also avail Red Hat Marketplace Select at an added cost. This option can give enterprises additional control and governance with special software that can help improve efficiency and scale.
“The software available on Red Hat Marketplace is tested, certified and supported on Red Hat OpenShift to enable built-in management logic and streamline implementation processes. This helps customers run faster with automated deployments while enjoying the improved scalability, security, and orchestration capabilities of Kubernetes-native infrastructure,” said Sandesh Bhat, IBM General Manager, Open Cloud Technology & Applications.
Red Hat Marketplace and Red Hat Marketplace Select are built on Red Hat OpenShift. The marketplace has a great commercial collection of portable and managed software that are built on open standards. It is built to solve clients’ challenges across hybrid multicloud environments that will help buyers, IT leaders, DevOps teams, and CIOs.
Red Hat in a statement said: “All products are certified for Red Hat OpenShift and offered with commercial support. Built on the open Kubernetes Operator Framework, they can run on OpenShift like a cloud service, with capabilities like automated install and upgrade, backup, failover and recovery.”