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TechValidate Research on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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56% of surveyed IT organizations agree lack of computing knowledge is important in terms of issues they face regarding cloud computing and security.

59% of surveyed IT organizations agree mitigating risk is very important in terms of issues they face regarding cloud computing and security.

80% of surveyed IT organizations agree data loss is very important in terms of issues they face regarding cloud computing and security.

65% of surveyed IT organizations agree data privacy is most important in terms of issues they face regarding cloud computing and security.

33% of surveyed Telecommunications Services and Telecommunications Equipment organizations use OpenStack in production.

50% of surveyed Telecommunications Services and Telecommunications Equipment organizations use OpenStack for proof of concept or are currently in pilot stage.

17% of surveyed IT organizations agree that Internet of Things is very important to their organization or more.

43% of surveyed IT organizations agree that Internet of Things is somewhat important to their organization or more.

51% of surveyed IT organizations ranked process optimization as a top benefit from using Internet of Things.

65% of surveyed IT organizations ranked operations improvement as a top benefit from using Internet of Things.

86% of surveyed IT organizations have plans to use open source software for their Internet of Things project.

83% of surveyed IT organizations deploy containerized applications on virtual machines.

44% of surveyed IT organizations consolidate servers using containers.

60% of surveyed IT organizations reduced effort to deploy applications using containers.

60% of surveyed IT organizations deploy applications faster using containers.

56% of surveyed IT organizations are interested in using containers for web and commerce related software (ecommerce, websites, web applications).

50% of surveyed IT organizations are interested in using containers for cloud related applications (private cloud, public cloud, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, hybrid cloud).

Linux® containers adoption challenge

54% of surveyed IT organizations anticipate training and education (lack of skills) challenges as they adopt containers.

54%

Linux® containers usage

64% of surveyed IT organizations are either using containers in some capacity or evaluating them for future use.

64%

44% of surveyed IT organizations agree more responsive infrastructure to demand changes is the most important performance indicator for an OpenStack project.

77% of surveyed IT organizations agree reduced time to deployment of services is the most important performance indicator for an OpenStack project.

52% of surveyed IT organizations agree reduced IT operational costs is the most important performance indicator for an OpenStack project.

13% of surveyed IT organizations are using or planning to use Xen specifically in their OpenStack implementation.

18% of surveyed IT organizations are using or planning to use Microsoft Hyper-V specifically in their OpenStack implementation.

64% of surveyed IT organizations are using or planning to use VMware vSphere ESXi specifically in their OpenStack implementation.

75% of surveyed IT organizations are using or planning to use KVM specifically in their OpenStack implementation.

OpenStack Customer Statistic

42% of surveyed IT organizations are going to use containers within their OpenStack environment.

OpenStack Customer Statistic

54% of surveyed IT organizations will use OpenStack with a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).

OpenStack Customer Statistic

72% of surveyed IT organizations agree support for complimentary open source cloud management, operating system and development tools is very important or more attribute in a commercial OpenStack solution.

OpenStack Customer Statistic

75% of surveyed IT organizations agree ability to move workloads to different providers or platforms is a very important attribute in a commercial OpenStack solution.




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