Testing for technological compatibility of the Red OS operating system with the Delta Tioga Pass server and the Bober workstation has been completed. The use of this technostack will allow customers to gain full control over the infrastructure due to the lack of dependence on a specific component manufacturer. This was reported to CNews by representatives of Red Soft.
Delta Tioga Pass is a high performance server based on the open OCP standard. The server is designed to create a computing cluster, data storage systems, software-defined and cloud infrastructures, as well as complex hyperconverged solutions. The product is included in the Register of Russian Industrial Products (No. 5044).
The Beaver workstation is a personal system that provides the widest possible configuration options for any task. The product is included in the Register of Russian Industrial Products (No. 5498).
Red OS is a Russian operating system of the Linux family for servers and workstations, which provides a universal environment for using application software. The product is certified by the FSTEC of Russia (No. 4060 dated January 12, 2019), which confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. Red OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Computer Programs and Databases (No. 3751).
“In order to ensure the technological sovereignty of the country, Russian developers need to work together, creating complex vertical stacks. Together with Delta Computers, we offer the opportunity to build a full-fledged import-independent software and hardware complex based on domestic hardware with Red OS on board, which, due to a developed ecosystem, is able to meet customer requirements both in terms of information security and in terms of functionality, – said Rustam RustamovDeputy General Director of Red Soft.