Red Hat Sets New Standard for Trusted, Enterprise-Grade Containers with Industry’s First Container Health Index

By: Amir Sharif 05.02.2017
Red Hat Sets New Standard for Trusted, Enterprise-Grade Containers with Industry’s First Container Health Index

Red Hat, Inc. (RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced the industry’s first Container Health Index, setting a new standard for enterprise-grade Linux containers. Based upon Red Hat’s track record of delivering enterprise-grade open source technologies, including the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, the Container Health Index provides the most comprehensive image detail of any enterprise container service. The index grades all of Red Hat’s containerized products as well as the Red Hat base layer of containers from certified independent software vendor (ISV) partners, with Red Hat planning to certify containerized products from 20 ISVs within the next 90 days.

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