Red Hat has announced the expansion of its open hybrid cloud technology portfolio with new managed cloud services. Red Hat OpenShift API Management, Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka and Red Hat OpenShift Data Science are designed to deliver a fully-managed and streamlined user experience as organizations build, deploy, manage and scale cloud-native applications across hybrid environments.
These new managed cloud services build on Red Hat’s existing portfolio of Red Hat OpenShift offerings which provide self- and fully-managed Kubernetes across leading public clouds.
Red Hat OpenShift Data Science builds on the open source Open Data Hub project and provides for the faster development, training and testing of machine learning models without the associated infrastructure demands. It implements common data science tools as the foundation of an AI-as-a-Service platform integrated with select partner cloud services, including ISV solutions from Red Hat Marketplace.
Red Hat OpenShift API Management offers full application programming interface (API) lifecycle management to Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated and Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS. It enables customers to build their own API management program, with the capabilities to control access, monitor usage, share common APIs and evolve their overall application landscape through a single DevOps pipeline.
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka is available as a developer preview, with general availability expected later this year.
Red Hat OpenShift Data Science is available in beta as an add-on to OpenShift Dedicated and Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, with general availability expected later this year.
Red Hat OpenShift API Management is fully available today as an add-on to Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated, and on Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS.