DLT Certified to Distribute Red Hat Products on AWS GovCloud

ExecutiveBiz - DLT Certified to Distribute Red Hat Products on AWS GovCloudDLT Solutions has signed an agreement to distribute Red Hat‘s enterprise-grade products in Amazon Web ServicesGovCloud marketplace for government organizations and regulated industries.

DLT said Thursday it has collaborated with Red Hat over the past four years in efforts to help customer agencies adopt cloud technology and will offer the latter’s technologies via DLT managed services for the AWS platform.

Red Hat’s Certified Cloud Service Provider program works to help public sector clients implement custom-developed or third-party applications certified on open source software such as Enterprise Linux.

Danny Climo, senior director of platforms and public cloud at DLT, said the company seeks to offer “pay-as-you-go pricing models plus certified resources with the required expertise to help build and maintain a comprehensive Red Hat environment inside the AWS public cloud.”

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