Red Hat expands OpenShift Marketplace
Open-source specialist adds integrated billing, new partner offerings
Open source solutions provider, Red Hat Inc, today announced the expansion of OpenShift Marketplace, which acts as a single contact point for organisations to find and try solutions for their cloud applications.
"With today's announcement, Red Hat has simplified the purchasing experience for OpenShift Marketplace, introducing integrated billing that enables customers to buy complementary solutions with ease, fulfilling its vision for OpenShift Marketplace as a one-stop shop," the company said in a statement.
Additionally, Red Hat has expanded OpenShift Marketplace to include add-on offerings from several new OpenShift ecosystem partners.
Red Hat launched OpenShift Marketplace in April 2014, as a means to promote its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) partner ecosystem directly to online customers.
"Expanded billing options in the OpenShift Marketplace will give our customers and partners even more ways to enhance their OpenShift Online experience," said Julio Tapia, director, OpenShift ecosystem, Red Hat. "We are pleased to welcome even more partners as we continue to build the marketplace and plan to offer even more capabilities for partners and customers to access industry-leading cloud applications."