Dell, Red Hat Forge Cloud Computing Partnership

Cloud EbizDell is teaming up with Red Hat to develop a new version of Red Hat’s cloud-computing platform OpenStack, which will be called Havana, All Things Digital reported Thursday.

Arik Hesseldahl writes the companies are set to release 10 OpenStack upgrades over the next three months.

Dell will market hardware with built-in OpenStack software, the report says.

The website reports both companies also intend for the alliance to help customers develop OpenStack-based private cloud environments that work with other public cloud services.

Hesseldahl lists those services as including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Windows Azure.

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