Red Hat president and CEO Jim Whitehurst said: "Customers are demanding technologies that modernise the development, deployment and life-cycle management of applications across hybrid cloud environments.
"Many are relying on Red Hat to provide both the infrastructure and the application development platforms to run their enterprise applications consistently and reliably across physical, virtual, private cloud and public cloud environments."
Last month, Red Hat has expanded its alliance with Google to deliver Red Hat Gluster Storage on Google Cloud Platform.
The deployment of Red Hat Gluster Storage on Google Cloud Platform allows customers to implement the same storage technology on-premises and on Google Cloud Platform. Users can take their existing applications with them as they move into the cloud.
Earlier this month, Red Hat collaborated with Eurotech to power more secure and scalable Internet-of-Things implementations.
The company recently announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6, offering improved performance, scale, and security for high-intensity Linux workloads.
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