Today, Stonebranch announced that its Kubernetes-enabled hybrid file transfer tool is now available on the Red Hat Marketplace platform. Red Hat Marketplace is an open cloud platform where businesses can discover, try, purchase, deploy, and manage certified container-based software in public and private environments, in cloud environments, and on-premises. Through this platform, customers receive tailored support and enjoy a streamlined billing and contracting process, streamlined governance process and visibility on a single dashboard. in various cloud environments.
Stonebranch’s Kubernetes-enabled hybrid file transfer solution gives businesses the ability to securely transfer data from one system to another and from one cloud ecosystem to another in a hybrid IT environment. The tool offers out-of-the-box functions to transfer data to and from all major public and private cloud solutions, including Amazon S3, MinIO, Azure Blob Storage, and Google Cloud Storage. Available as a direct download from Red Hat Marketplace, Stonebranch’s Universal Agent technology can help organizations orchestrate highly secure internal and external file transfers in real time. To facilitate access, the Stonebranch’s tool can also be downloaded directly from the Red Hat OpenShift platform. By using Stonebranch to bridge the gap between on-premises systems and cloud ecosystems, businesses gain real-time monitoring and verification, the ability to schedule automated workloads, and the integration of solutions running on Red Hat. OpenShift to any other application or platform.
“As organizations shift from using on-premises mainframes and distributed environments to the cloud, they face the common and difficult challenge of ensuring data synchronization,” said Melahat Elis , vice president of product management at Stonebranch. “Well orchestrating the movement of this data is a key step in the digital transformation. By combining the Stonebranch solution and the Red Hat OpenShift platform, users can overcome this difficult historical challenge with a defined tool that works seamlessly within their existing ecosystem of platforms and applications. ”
Created in collaboration between Red Hat and IBM, Red Hat Marketplace offers hybrid multicloud trifecta for organizations entering the next era of computing; a robust partner ecosystem, a state-of-the-art container platform (Kubernetes), and award-winning business support, all against a highly scalable background powered by IBM. Red Hat Marketplace Select is another private, personalized platform that empowers customers to provide their teams with streamlined access to software designed and pre-approved by their organization.
“We believe Red Hat Marketplace is a critical destination for unlocking value from cloud investments,” said Lars Herrmann , vice president of partner ecosystems, products and technology at Red Hat. “The platform enables businesses to implement, as simply and quickly as possible, the tools and technologies that can help them succeed in this hybrid multicloud world. We’ve simplified the steps to find and purchase tools, like Stonebranch’s Hybrid File Transfer Tool for Kubernetes, that are tested, certified, and supported on Red Hat OpenShift, and we’ve removed operational barriers to deployment and management of these technologies on the native infrastructure of Kubernetes. ”
“Through Red Hat Marketplace, we are expanding our ecosystem in collaboration with partners like Stonebranch and helping our customers thrive in a hybrid multicloud world,” said Kelly Hartman , vice president of ecosystem and business development at IBM Cloud. and IBM Cognitive Software. “Container-based environments represent the future of enterprise technology, and Red Hat OpenShift is the leading platform for Kubernetes for companies in the industry. We are happy to make software purchase and adoption easy for our clients through a curated private market experience. ”
Red Hat Marketplace is designed to meet the unique needs of developers, procurement teams, and IT executives with streamlined and simplified access to software commonly used by businesses. All solutions available on the market have been tested and certified for Red Hat OpenShift, which allows them to work in any environment where OpenShift is deployed. The container-based approach ensures that applications can be run and managed in exactly the same way, regardless of the underlying cloud infrastructure. This gives businesses the flexibility to manage their workloads on-premises or in any public or private cloud environment with increased portability as well as the confidence that their applications and data are protected from vendor slaving.