Enterprises in Apac countries, such as Australia, China, Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore, have adopted the Red Hat OpenStack Platform, a highly-scalable Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution, the company said.
The OpenStack Foundation User Survey found that OpenStack's popularity has increased across the globe. Survey respondents revealed a 44 per cent increase in OpenStack deployments compared to last year, and 74 per cent of all deployments occurred outside the US.
Additionally, survey respondents have shown growing adoption, increased scale and a diverse user base.
Red Hat, a leader in making open technologies safer, more secure and more easily consumable for business-critical use, provides solutions that are designed to serve as the foundation for modern, flexible and scalable cloud deployments.
Red Hat OpenStack Platform is designed for private or public cloud infrastructure, built on the enterprise-grade backbone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Based on OpenStack community code, Red Hat OpenStack Platform is a tested, certified and supported version of OpenStack that is designed to provide the agility to scale and more quickly meet customer demand without compromising availability, performance or IT security requirements.
Customers rely on Red Hat OpenStack Platform to power their hybrid and private clouds for a variety of mission-critical deployments. In APAC, this includes organizations such as:
● CapitalOnline Data Service Co., Ltd., China
● CargoSmart Limited, Hong Kong
● Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong
● Insurance Australia Group, Australia
● Lotte Data Communication Company, Korea
● MyRepublic, Singapore
● STT Connect, Singapore