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Set data in motion everywhere you choose to run Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat and Confluent provide a complete, cloud-native experience for application developers and platform operators to set data in motion everywhere they choose to run Red Hat OpenShift.

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Why Confluent on OpenShift?

Achieve faster time to value and reduce operational burdens

Utilize Confluent’s API-driven automation to deploy and manage your Data in Motion platform in any private environment of your choice.

Reduce risk and costly resource investments

Utilize our Confluent’s and Red Hat’s best practices to run a secure, reliable, and production-ready data-in-motion platform.

Operate efficiently everywhere

Deploy to any Red Hat OpenShift environment to run and manage data-in-motion workloads in a consistent manner with your full data and application architecture.

Scale

Meet changing business demands with efficient use of resources.

About the partnership

“Red Hat's partner ecosystem is a vital component to delivering innovative, flexible and open solutions. We are pleased to collaborate with Confluent to build, test and certify cloud-native Kafka in order to help joint customers modernize IT infrastructure and support on-premise and multi-cloud environments.”

— Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Ecosystems, Red Hat

A complete platform empowering Central IT to deliver a Cloud-Native Kafka experience on premises to their developers, built atop the OpenShift platform. Unleash your developers. Make it quick and easy to stand up multiple consistent Confluent dev environments. Build a resilient Central Nervous System with architectures spanning clouds and datacenters.

Resources

Blog

Confluent and Red Hat Collaborate to Deliver a Cloud-Native Data in Motion Platform for Hybrid Cloud

Press Release

Confluent Launches Confluent for Kubernetes, the Fastest Path to Building a Private Cloud Apache Kafka Service for Data in Motion

Blog

Introducing Confluent for Kubernetes