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Red Hat to focus on open hybrid cloud at GITEX 2014

Delegates will get to assess IaaS, PaaS offerings

Red Hat to focus on open hybrid cloud at GITEX 2014
Saile: Red Hat will be demonstrating how it can create an enterprise-class IT environment to support business objectives.

Open source solutions provider Red Hat, Inc today announced that it will demonstrate its latest offerings in cloud computing and virtualisation technologies at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2014.

Delegates will be able to assess the company's Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions, including Cloud Infrastructure and Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. OpenShift, Red Hat's Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution will also be featured.

Red Hat has declared itself "a strong advocate of the open hybrid cloud computing model" and believes that the open approach, based on open standards and open APIs, is "essential to protecting businesses against costly vendor lock-in". The company believes the open hybrid cloud approach can translate to "increased productivity, optimised assets, and scalability of applications" across physical, virtual, private, and public cloud environments.

"As a leader in enterprise open source software, Red Hat will be demonstrating how it can create an enterprise-class IT environment to support business objectives to regional CIOs and IT managers attending GITEX," said Faycal Saile, general manager, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, Red Hat.

"This is also a great opportunity for them to speak with the Red Hat team about the latest developments in the company's cloud portfolio and understand how their companies could benefit from these solutions."

Red Hat will be exhibiting at Hall 6, stand CLD-18.

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