Red Hat Delivers its Cloud Platform-as-a-Service Offering: OpenShift
Boston, MA – May 4, 2011 – Today, Dyn announced that it has joined the Red Hat OpenShift Partner Program in line with the launch of Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, OpenShift. Dyn will provide managed DNS and email delivery solutions to OpenShift users.
Dyn, a world-leading Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) company, provides enterprise class technology (ECT) for some of the largest Web enterprises on their globally redundant, 17 data-center, managed Anycast DNS network which includes failover and elegant traffic management solutions, as well as an intelligent MTA platform for email delivery and inbox monitoring.
“We are thrilled to work with one of the most respected leaders in the global open source community,” commented Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO of Dyn. “When our friends at Red Hat approached us to be part of the launch of OpenShift, we jumped at the chance to integrate our managed DNS and email services into their exciting new platform.”
This partnership will provide app developers and Web enterprises the ability to seamlessly integrate the management of their DNS and email delivery into their OpenShift interface. DNS and email delivery are two mission critical components that keep websites up and running at peak performance. This integration will ensure all key Internet infrastructure components are simple to use working together in harmony.
“We welcome Dyn to our cloud ecosystem with the company’s participation in our OpenShift Partner Program launched today,” said Sarangan Rangachari, Senior Director, Cloud Ecosystem at Red Hat. “By including Dyn in our OpenShift ecosystem, we offer more choice for OpenShift developers.”
To kick off the partnership announcement, Dyn will be speaking and exhibiting in the Cloud Pavilion at the Red Hat Summit, being held in Boston, May 3-6. In addition, Dyn will be hosting an exclusive networking event at Lucky’s Lounge on Wednesday, May 4th.
– Dyn’s Kevin Gray Explains More About the Dyn & Red Hat Integration