Mission-critical applications:
Failure is not an option


How Red hat and Intel can help

Mission-critical computing environments demand the highest performance levels, reliability and security. That's why it's vital to choose the right hardware and software platforms to support such applications.

Intel's hardware combines with Red Hat's software to deliver exceptional solutions that ensure your mission-critical applications are always up and running smoothly.

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Why Red Hat and Intel

  • Why Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux is affordable, stable, dependable, and packed with more capabilities at a significantly lower cost.

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  • RHEL6 with Xeon E7

    The Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family and Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 6 combine to create an extremely fexible, secure, and cost-effective computing environment.

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  • Migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Whatever your existing platform is, migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a breeze with our rich ecosystem of partners with reliable features and dependable support.

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  • Train your people

    Red Hat conducts courses to train and certify IT professionals on Red Hat solutions.

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Mission Critical

Through extensive collaboration, Intel and Red Hat are delivering breakthrough capabilities for mission-critical computing, extending the exceptional value of our combined platforms into the core of the enterprise data center.

The Intel Xeon processor family and Red Hat Enterprise Linux work in synch to extend the limits of scalable performance, high availability, reliability, and security in mission-critical computing environments.

Together, Intel and Red Hat are driving innovation into the Linux ecosystem to establish a powerful, open and unified foundation for virtualization and cloud computing.

Why Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Organizations no longer need to be bound by investing in expensive a UNIX platform to get reliable, high performance. Red Hat Enterprise Linux on industry-standard x86 hardware has proven to be an affordable, stable alternative.

With Red Hat Enterprise Linux, organizations will not be locked in to or become too independent on a single vendor.

What's more, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is not only significantly less expensive than legacy or proprietary solutions but also allows organizations to meet business objectives such as improved business continuity and higher application performance.

RHEL6 with Xeon E7

Red Hat and Intel have enabled the latest generation of their products to deliver state-of-the-art performance, reliability, security, and effciency for mission-critical solutions.

Red Hat runs in the world's largest businesses, including crucial infrastructure markets around the globe. Optimizing Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 6 for the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family extends the tradition.

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Migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

You can migrate to Red Hat Enterprise Linux in six simple steps.

  1. Deploy a test lab or pilot project. Adopt a test lab approach where a small number of application environments can be evaluated on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
  2. Qualify the stack. IT has typically accumulated a broad range of third-party software components.
  3. Port your in-house applications. Red Hat ships with a broad range of developer tools and compilers to accelerate the effort.
  4. Train your IT staff. Although UNIX skills apply well to Linux, there is much to know that is specific to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Training courses makes it much easier.
  5. Prepare a Red Hat Enterprise Linux standard build. Current provisioning methods using Kickstart are able to codify requirements in a flexible and repeatable manner.
  6. Deploy a pilot. Install the target systems using a repeatable provisioning (closed-loop) approach, leveraging Red Hat Network to ensure fully up-to-date provisioning.

  7. To find out more on migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux, click here

Train your people

Red Hat conducts courses to train and certify IT professionals on Red Hat solutions.