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Red Hat EMEA Certified Cloud and Service Provider Partner Program

To stay competitive in a crowded and fast-moving market, cloud and managed service providers are challenged to keep pace with the demands of innovation as well as to support customers across multi-cloud and hybrid IT environments.

They need proven and stable platforms that can scale easily to meet escalating customer demands. They need open standards and flexible integration options to build solutions that will support multiple customer use cases and forms of cloud deployment.

The Red Hat EMEA Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) partner program certifies cloud providers, hosting service providers, system integrators, and managed service providers to host and resell Red Hat offerings on-demand through multi-tenant, dedicated, and managed models.

Through the EMEA CCSP partner program, Red Hat offers partners the guidance, support, and education to keep their skills current and remain compliant with Red Hat policies and procedures. CCSPs also have access to the Red Hat Developer Community.

What's more, the EMEA CCSP partner program is free to join.

The Red Hat CCSP partner program is designed for

  • Independent software vendors (ISVs)
  • Resellers
  • Managed service providers
  • Systems integrators
  • Public and community cloud providers
  • Enterprise IT customers

Move to the cloud

What is a Red Hat CCSP?

Red Hat CCSPs use Red Hat infrastructure and Red Hat-certified offerings, i.e., on-demand and as-a-service, to serve customers with secure, scalable, and supported enterprise solutions for specific business and operational models. Typical offerings from providers include hosted physical machines, self-service virtual machines, hosted virtual private clouds, fully managed services, and solution outsourcing.

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Red Hat Webinars for CCSPs

On-demand webinar:
How cloud service providers win business with containers and Red Hat OpenShift