Open source software provider Red Hat says more than 750 enterprise applications are now certified on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat has been working with Intel to design an online, searchable catalog to showcase compatible applications. The Solutions Catalog is available now at Red Hat’s website.
In September, Raleigh-based Red Hat launched the Open Source Architecture designed to be a roadmap for customers to build systems infrastructure based on open source software.
Since then, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has been made available on seven hardware architectures and applications support for the platform has more than doubled, the company says.
“A strong network of partnerships with the world’s leading applications vendors is vital to the adoption of Red Hat Enterprise Linux,” said Mike Evans, vice president of partner development at Red Hat. “Since Red Hat Enterprise Linux was first made available in May 2002, we’ve experienced outstanding support from leaders in the software industry.”
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