Red Hat, Inc. announced the expansion of its open hybrid cloud technology portfolio with new managed cloud services. Red Hat OpenShift API Management, Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka and Red Hat OpenShift Data Science are designed to deliver a fully-managed and streamlined user experience as organizations build, deploy, manage and scale cloud-native applications across hybrid environments. These services are tightly integrated with Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated and help mitigate the operational complexities of highly-complex modern IT environments without sacrificing developer productivity, providing a common set of capabilities across the full breadth of the open hybrid cloud and on multiple clouds. 2020 emphasized just how critical hybrid cloud operations at-scale are for CIOs and IT leaders, especially when faced with expanding service demand while maintaining existing infrastructure commitments. To address this new reality, customers and partners want flexibility in how they adopt technologies to deliver any application, anywhere, without additional overhead or complexity. These foundational cloud services shift operational responsibility and support to Red Hat and enable customers to build next-generation applications with a focus on distributing data and enabling API-driven access to it. The new services include: Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka, designed tomake it easier to create, discover and connect to real-time data streams regardless of where they exist. Red Hat OpenShift Data Science to offer organizations a way to more rapidly develop, train and test machine learning (ML) models and export in a container-ready format. Red Hat OpenShift API Management whichaccelerates time to value and reduces the operational cost of delivering API-first, microservices-based applications.