It’s an apps based world and developing, deploying and managing software solutions in a secure and scalable architecture is critical for today’s hybrid IT environments.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is firmly established as the world’s most popular commercial distribution of Linux in the enterprise, now supporting more than 1 million customers across the globe.
As the world moves to a container-based delivery model for software solutions, the decision is easy for commercial software vendors looking for an established and trusted platform partner with the introduction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host.
This Container Zone provides all of the foundational elements necessary for ISV’s to learn, build, certify and distribute their products as certified images supported by the Red Hat approved certification process.
Participants in this Zone will improve the development and delivery of their applications using this modern and open packaging approach. With the Container Development Kit (CDK), only available within the Container Zone, developers can access code samples, tools and other resources to streamline containerized application development for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Windows or Mac OS environments.
Successfully certified containers can participate in the Red Hat Container Registry.