OpenStack infrastructure

About certified OpenStack infrastructure

Software and hardware vendors can certify the OpenStack applications or plug-ins to be used by customers.

Exploring certified OpenStack infrastructure

When exploring certified OpenStack infrastructure, you can filter search results by various attributes.

  • Provider - view products from a specific hardware provider

  • Category - view products within one or more software categories

  • Certified for - view all products certified to run with one or more Red Hat products

  • Tags - view products certified for a specific technology or implementation

Using Tags

Products that are certified for a specific technology or technical implementation may be tagged for easy discovery.




Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) is the software implementation of network functions, such as routers, firewalls, load balancers, broadband gateways, mobile packet processors, servicing nodes, signalling, location services, etc.


Network functions virtualization (NFV) is a way to virtualize network services, such as routers, firewalls, and load balancers, that have traditionally been run on proprietary hardware. These services are packaged as virtual machines (VMs) on commodity hardware, which allows service providers to run their network on standard servers instead of proprietary ones.


The NFV MANO architecture is responsible for managing cloud infrastructure, deploying and connecting hosted elements or VNFs and services composed of VNFs.

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