Red Hat Runtimes
Red Hat Runtimes
By Red Hat
Certified enterprise ready
Accelerate application development and delivery to gain a competitive edge and deliver innovative solutions. Red Hat Runtimes provides comprehensive frameworks, runtimes and programming languages, for developers, architects and IT leaders.
Products purchased on Red Hat Marketplace, Operated by IBM are supported. Beyond documentation and developer communities, our team of agents engage specialists and product maintainers to address your concerns. We provide prioritized case handling and a support experience that is aligned with your business needs.
Capabilities and plans
All products purchased on Red Hat Marketplace are supported at the Standard Service Level, which includes an unlimited number of cases and contacts for the product, billing, and the platform. Additional support plans are available that include a dedicated Technical Account Manager, support for free editions, and faster response times.
We provide continuous support to address major Production issues affecting business critical applications, both for the Red Hat Marketplace platform and products purchased on Red Hat Marketplace. Responses are in English, and non-critical issues are responded to during US ET Business hours.
Red Hat products and components included in this offering are:
- Cloud-native runtimes: Red Hat build of Quarkus, Support for Spring Boot, Red Hat build of Node.js, and the Red Hat build of Eclipse Vert.x
- Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
- Red Hat JBoss Web Server
- Red Hat build of OpenJDK
- Red Hat Data Grid
- Red Hat AMQ Broker
- Migration toolkit for applications
- Launcher service
- Red Hat Single Sign-On
Red Hat provides customers with Red Hat Runtimes specifically for use with OpenShift Container Platform. Containerized Red Hat Runtimes are designed, built and tested to enable developers a stable and supported path to quick-start building and deploying applications. These container images are supplied with usage documentation and supported on various OpenShift Container Platform versions.
The pool of cores you purchase is a maximum shared across all products. So, for example, if you purchase a 64-core subscription, you can run as many products as you wish in Red Hat Runtimes on a 64-core machine. However, you'll typically spread those 64 cores across different machines for greater reliability and performance.