Tune In: Top 10 new features of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 is now available, bringing telecommunications companies increased system-wide scalability and agility, along with enhanced network performance and platform security. In our January 18 webinar, Red Hat’s principal product manager, Rob Young, digs into 10 big changes designed to make your life easier.

Hundreds of customers rely on Red Hat OpenStack Platform to power their hybrid and private clouds, including Swisscom and Verizon. And Red Hat OpenStack Platform is backed by a robust ecosystem of certified partners from the telecommunications industry including Ericsson, Nokia, NEC, Huawei, Cisco and others.

“As one of Red Hat’s most committed OpenStack partners, Cisco works closely with Red Hat and the community to drive industry-leading cloud technology platforms, better enabling our enterprise and service provider customers to gain the benefits of an open cloud computing platform,” Cisco’s VP and cloud CTO Lew Tucker said in a press release announcing the new platform. “Based on the latest ‘Newton’ OpenStack release, Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 provides significant improvements in networking performance, stability, and scalability.”

The new features included with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 make building and managing a private, public or hybrid cloud infrastructure easier than ever, delivering a solid platform for telecommunications companies.

In the webinar, we’ll cover 10 key features of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10, including:

  • Improvements in usability
  • Improved data security, reliability and uptime
  • Improved network performance
  • New storage options and flexibility
  • New life-cycle support options

Register today to join the webinar on Wednesday, January 18 at 11 a.m. EST / 8 a.m. PST, and in the meantime take a look at our Red Hat Stack Blog post for more information on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.

 

 

 

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