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Red Hat Closes ManageIQ Deal

Red Hat Closes ManageIQ Deal

Red Hat was able to close a deal with ManageIQ last month for $104 million. With its new acquisition, the company will be able to strengthen its CloudForms infrastructure-as-a-service management tool. Meant to be offered as a “single pane of glass management” for private and public cloud infrastructures, Red Hat will be competing against VMware, RightScale, Microsoft, IBM, HP, Dell, and BMC.

The ECM suite of ManageIQ is able to provide common view, administration, and monitoring to various private and public cloud platforms. It is also bale to manage VMware, OpenStack and AWS EC2 infrastructures and virtualization platforms from Red Hat, Microsoft, and VMware. It can also link to enterprise management systems from ServiceNow, Microsoft, HP, Dell, and BMC. It also supports virtualized desktop platforms.

ManageIQ’s Virtual Management Database is scalable and has low-latency which makes automated management tasks simple by discarding the necessity to organize management databases. This platform is also bale to automate workflows, orchestration, and policy management as well as track relationships and classify directories and access control.

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