Red Hat Debuts Its OpenStack Havana Platform Supported Release

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform had its first public release in July and was based on the OpenStack Grizzly platform. The new Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 release is based on the updated OpenStack Havana platform that debuted in October.

The Havana release includes a number of key new features that Red Hat’s edition supports. Among the new Havana features is the Heat Orchestration system, which enables cloud administrators to rapidly deploy and scale cloud applications. Havana also includes the Ceilometer monitoring solution, which will enable Red Hat’s users to more effective meter cloud usage and services.

Going beyond the standard components that are part of the core OpenStack Havana release, Red Hat is also including the open-source Foreman lifecycle management solution that can work for both virtual and physical infrastructure components.

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Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.0 Reaches General Availability

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