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Platform-as-a-Service, or PaaS,  solutions  in public clouds are flexible and fast, and can meet growing business demand.
However, .

Public PaaS lacks needed privacy and compliance features

By Red Hat, , .

And  use an open approach for PaaS
Red Hat customers enjoy agile development

with greater availability, scalability, and control over their infrastructure.
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OK, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea.
The answers to these questions often help me determine which one of the models, and thereby  solutions , to recommend for the situation.
With regards to IaaS, Red Hat will soon be providing it’s Cloud and Virtualization Solution – A combination of virtualization and cloud  management  software that provides the benefits of a cloud computing model with all the underlying virtualization required.
For PaaS Red Hat offers , a solution designed for on-premise or private cloud  deployment  which automates much of the provisioning and systems management of the application platform stack.
Taking a step back, what is the purpose of having separate and distinct cloud  computing  models.
Why couldn’t the models be combined to allow  organization s to use elements of each based on their needs.
One of the benefits of cloud computing is the ability for  organizations  to reach the highest level of standardization possible while increasing reuse.
If this is the case, then it should be a goal to provide  organizations  with the ability to utilize not just a , but a hybrid service model – one in which elements of IaaS could be combined with elements of a PaaS.
By realizing a synthesis of IaaS and PaaS service models organizations could leverage the benefits of cloud computing more widely and realize the benefits even in what are often considered legacy, or traditional  applications .

Cloud Efficiencies Everywhere is

after all, a goal of.
I’ll refer to this combining of IaaS and PaaS into a single service model as the synthesized cloud and I believe it is critical to realizing the full potential of cloud  computing .

Most organizations I have met with are extremely interested in PaaS

They find the increase in developer productivity PaaS can offer very attractive and the idea of “moving the chalk line” up to have developers bringing code instead of hardware descriptions as very exciting.
PaaS is great, no doubt about it.

But while PaaS can accelerate delivery for

it often does not account for systems of record and other core business systems.
There is evidence that supports the idea that organizations are , but this is not a shift that will happen overnight and in some cases, systems of record will be maintained alongside or complimented with systems of engagement.
Beyond systems of record, there are technologies that exist at the infrastructure layer that can be exposed to the platform layer that might not yet be available in a PaaS (think Hadoop, , etc).
In time.

Some of these technologies might be moved into the PaaS layer

but we likely continue to see innovation happening at both the infrastructure and platform services model layers.
In short, IaaS finds its fit in both building new applications that require specific understanding of the underlying infrastructure (networks, storage, etc) and as the foundation for hosting a PaaS and consequently will always be important in organizations.
For these reasons it’s important to leave our service model open and flexible while simultaneously having a single way to describe and manage both models.
The ability to use both platform and infrastructure elements is critical to maintaining flexibility and evolving to an optimized IT infrastructure.
Red Hat is well positioned to deliver the synthesis of Infrastructure and Platform service models.
This has as much to do with the great engineering work and strategic decisions being made by Red Hat engineers as it does the.
run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
Organizations can begin to prepare for a Hybrid Service Model by ensuring that all decisions made in their IT organization regarding cloud computing adhere to the.
Namely that the technologies the cloud strategy they pursue:          Red Hat’s Open Hybrid Cloud adheres to the following properties.
To learn more about how Red Hat is optimizing IT with it’s Open Hybrid Cloud approach be sure to which takes place on December 5th.

2012 at 11:00AM EST and December 6th

2012 at 9:00AM EST.
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If you find this post interesting and would like to learn more about how Red Hat’s cloud solutions are optimizing IT be sure to which takes place on December 5th, 2012 at 11:00AM EST and December 6th, 2012 at 9:00AM EST.
OpenShift is Red Hat’s PaaS.

OpenShift provides access to a broad choice of languages and frameworks

developer tools, and has an open source ecosystem which gives voice to the community and partners who work with Red Hat on OpenShift.
Languages and Frameworks in OpenShift are delivered as cartridges and OpenShift provides the ability to extend cartridges to include customized cartridges.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly for the purposes of our topic today, OpenShift leverages Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the underlying operating system in delivering PaaS.

This is important not only because Red Hat Enterprise Linux is  and has

but because Red Hat Enterprise Linux runs just about anywhere – including on , , and.
It also provides OpenShift with access to some great underlying technologies that are native to Linux like  which provide secure multi-tenancy and fine grain resource control without the need to reinvent the concepts from scratch.

Red Hat first offered access to it’s OpenShift PaaS as a hosted service

now named OpenShift Online,.
For roughly 18 months, Red Hat worked on honing OpenShift while it hosted thousands of applications in OpenShift Online.
During this time, an ever increasing demand was building from IT organizations who wanted to replicate the success of OpenShift Online in their own datacenters.
For this reason, Red Hat  – an on-premise offering of OpenShift which allows IT organizations to accelerate IT service delivery in their own datacenter in the same way organizations did in the public cloud with OpenShift Online.
OpenShift Enterprise was the first comprehensive on-premise PaaS offering for enterprises in the industry, and it is a big game changer.
First, they must decide what will host the Red Hat Enterprise Linux that serves as a foundation to OpenShift.
Should they use physical hardware, virtual machines, or do they want to run in a public cloud.
The correct decision will be different for each organization based on their specific requirements.
Furthermore, in the rapidly evolving IT landscape, organizations will likely want to change the underlying infrastructure their PaaS runs on top of relatively frequently.
Take, for example, the rise of  backed by KVM as a  and  open source hypervisor.  It is important that organizations maintain flexibility in being able to deploy OpenShift Enterprise to a choice of infrastructure while maintaining consistency of their deployments of OpenShift Enterprise at each provider.
delivers these capabilities, allowing organization to deploy and manage OpenShift Enterprise across a wide range of infrastructure.
It provides both cloud resource management by abstracting and decoupling underlying infrastructure providers from the end user and hybrid cloud management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the software installed within it.
First, it provides the ability to define a hybrid cloud consisting of one or more cloud resource providers.
These can either be virtual infrastructure providers (For example, ) or public cloud providers (For example, Amazon EC2).
CloudForms understands how to build operating systems instances for these providers, so system administrators don’t need to understand the different processes for each provider, which often differ greatly.
CloudForms communicates with the various cloud resource providers via the           If you’d like to see the benefits of using CloudForms to deploy and manage OpenShift Enterprise, read my.
The slides used in this post are available in PDF format.
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