Red Hat customers can use their own subscription to deploy on AWS.
Red Hat is making its Linux for SAP HANA available on the AWS Marketplace.
The move will provide customers with additional deployment options for Big Data workloads, with greater choice of hardware and cloud configurations.
The company has also made it possible for customers to use their own subscriptions to deploy on AWS with its Cloud Access for the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, the Web Server, OpenShift and Gluster Storage.
Jim Totton, VP and GM, Platforms Business Unit, Red Hat, said:"The addition of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA in AWS Marketplace answers enterprise IT’s demands for choice when it comes to deploying big data solutions.
"Now with many implementation options, ranging from bare-metal hardware to vast, scalable operations in the cloud, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA can fit nearly every enterprise big-data scenario, from the mundane to the extreme."
The collaboration between Red Hat and SAP with Enterprise Linux was launched in 2014, as the two companies sought to increase their partnership.
This deal means that customers on the AWS Marketplace can use the Enterprise Linux on-demand analytics power.