ITgility is a Redhat subscription reseller and services provider. A Redhat subscription is the most effective way to deploy, manage, and secure open source technology. It’s a perfect complement to the rapid innovation of open source.

Open Source Works

But what’s so great about open source? It costs less and works better. But to get the most out of it, it pays to work with experts. Redhat is a bridge between the open source community and you the customer. Open source development is a rapid, highly innovative, and cost-efficient way to make software where that value is available for anyone to use. But because open source technology improves and changes so rapidly, it’s not always suitable for mission critical enterprise environments that requires stability.

Redhat curates the best open source solutions and makes them usable in enterprise environments by hardening, testing, certifying, fixing, and supporting it. This means enterprise customers are free to use open source software at a very low cost, without having to invest heavily in its maintenance and support. It just works. But Redhat do more than that.

Redhat knows how to work with their customers to get the software they need developed in the open source community. Redhat share knowledge, ideas, and expertise, and we get things done. Redhat’s development model is customer-driven, and this is as good for our customers as it is for open source. We give our customers an important voice in guiding future innovation.

 Why Subscriptions

In the traditional method of software delivery, the vendor is in control. Upgrades are costly. Access to help is limited. And there’s not much incentive for the vendor to improve the software between upgrades.

In contrast, the subscription model allows Redhat to create a mutually beneficial, cyclical relationship with our customers:

  • First, Redhat deliver new technology as soon as it’s available.
  • Then Redhat provide unlimited support at no additional cost.
  • And finally, the feedback and insights gained from regularly working with customers, help Redhat deliver the better, more relevant and useful technology you’re going to need tomorrow.

Each product version is supported for seven years, so you benefit — and upgrade — at your own pace. A subscription means you receive ongoing return on your investment.

A Redhat subscription is the most effective way to deploy, manage, and secure open source technology. It’s a perfect complement to the rapid innovation of open source.

World -class support

Your subscription includes continuous service and support, which means that Redhat can help your systems remain secure, reliable, and up-to-date. When you have a question, you have a choice. You can speak directly with a Redhat Certified Engineer. You can search the Redhat technical knowledgebase and you can feel certain you’re entitled to superior support, because if you’re not satisfied, Redhat know you’ll choose not to renew.

A better way of making software – A better way to pay for it.

Traditional software licenses lose value over time. But with the subscription model, you pay as you go, and the value returns to you over the lifetime of the subscription in the form of updated features, security enhancements, and additional hardware and software support. You reduce your financial risk by having predictable IT costs.

The subscription model lets Redhat maintain a genuine relationship with our customers — we get to know you before there’s a problem and that means low-cost, high-value computing.

How does Redhat Sell Software?

Redhat sells subscriptions that entitle you to receive Redhat software and services during the period of the subscription (generally one or three years).

What do you Receive With a Subscript ion?

For each software subscription, you receive:

  • Software access – Access to the latest versions of Redhat software that have been certified by thousands of independent software and hardware vendors.
  • Software maintenance – Access to updates, upgrades, corrections, and bug fixes for the software.
  • Security – Rapid response to potential software security issues.
  • Production support – Access to Redhat technical support.
  • Open Source Assurance – Participation in Redhat’s intellectual property assurance program.