Red Hat Reduces Cost and Complexity of Managing Hybrid Clouds with Expanded Red Hat Insights
Red Hat (News - Alert), Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it has expanded Red Hat Insights, its predictive analytics offering, across the open hybrid cloud with the launch of Red Hat Insights for Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and with expanded capabilities for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). With enhanced visibility from on-premises environments to multiple public clouds included in their subscriptions, Red Hat OpenShift, Ansible Automation Platform and RHEL customers will now have greater visibility and analysis into hybrid cloud operating environments.
Insights is a suite of cloud services, powered by an expert system that is built upon years of data collected from across Red Hat's worldwide customer base. Insights simplifies many of the tasks that IT teams face when maintaining, optimizing and scaling infrastructure, enabling them to proactively take actions that can increase security and operational efficiency, and manage costs. By delivering Red Hat's world-class expertise as a service, Red Hat helps users proactively detect, analyze and remediate a variety of potential software security and configuration issues through automatic alerts with recommendations to implement before they can cause downtime, a cluster failure or a failed upgrade.
Many IT teams are struggling with the complexities of managing across hybrid clouds using fragmented, siloed tools. Insights provides unified visibility across platforms, enabling teams to manage holistically instead of using disparate, cloud-specific tools. "Even the most customer-obsessed firms won't succeed if they have siloed practices for designing products, optimizing internal operations, and aligning resources and assets...software leaders must embed collaboration into integrated planning and execution. Strategic portfolios that reflect products and value streams instead of disconnected projects help reduce cycle times," notes Forrester (News - Alert) in a January 2021 report1. Forrester continues, "Extensive collaboration makes teams more willing to experiment and recalibrate their direction if they need to, which accelerates change even more."
Despite the clear imperative to have a consistent view of hybrid cloud operations, many organizations silo the teams and budgets dedicated to maintaining and growing business critical applications running traditional systems, and those focused on cloud-native stacks and operations. By expanding Insights to encompass Red Hat OpenShift and Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat aims to reduce friction across IT and business organizations responsible for supporting the systems needed to run the business today while also building the services and applications to fuel growth tomorrow.
Mitigating risk while addressing cloud-native sprawl
Balancing costs across hybrid cloud environments without visibility into specific cost drivers or subscription utilization can present a challenge. Insights' Cost Management and Subscriptions capabilities provide a simplified, intuitive view into costs, from the macro to the granular, for Red Hat OpenShift multi-cluster deployments from public clouds to bare-metal servers, offering a holistic view of the real-world costs associated with running an OpenShift environment, with the ability to drill down by project or team.
Connecting automation for enhanced collaboration and innovation across IT teams
Insights for Ansible Automation Platform, previously known as Automation Analytics, is designed to help teams across an organization better understand their automation usage across the business and establish common approaches and practices to automation workflows.
Improve visibility into vulnerabilities, compliance and subscriptions in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
New enhancements for Insights for Red Hat Enterprise Linux include:
Insights for Red Hat OpenShift and Insights for Ansible Automation Platform are available now, along with Insights for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, at cloud.redhat.com.
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Justin Hewitt, senior director, DevOps Platform Services, BCDevExchange, Government of British Columbia
John Lemay, systems engineer, Greenway Health
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