2.4.5. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OS for BYOL

2.4.5.1. Overview

Overview

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OS for BYOL

  • This menu provides Official Image Template of unactivated Red Hat Enterprise Linux (called RHEL hereinafter), which is applicable for Baremetal Server.
    *NTT Com provides the image template that kick-start installation with ISO-image is finished.
  • Customers can utilize their own license (called BYOL hereafter) to activate RHEL OS.

Server / Dedicated Hypervisor Available with RHEL for BYOL

  • Customers can subscribe this menu only with Baremetal Server.

Deployment Patterns

  • Customers can utilize this menu only with Baremetal Server.


Features

  • On-Demand
    Customers can request to subscribe RHEL OS over Baremetal Server via Customer Portal / API.
  • Effective Use of Customers’ Existing License
    Customers can effectively utilize their RHEL license with this menu.

2.4.5.2. Available Functions

Official Image Template

  • Official Image Template OS offered with RHEL is as follows:

OS Version

Language

Server

   

Baremetal Server

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 EN Y
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 EN Y
For changing language setting to Japanese, please refer to the following link:

List of Functions

  • The function for this menu is the same as RHEL menu, except for that of repository server. For more details, please see Service Description on Redhat Enterprise Linux. (The repository server for RHEL for BYOL is compliant with the default setting of “yum.conf”.)


2.4.5.3. Menu

Official Image Template (Reprise)

  • Following is the OS of Official Image Template offered by RHEL:

OS Version

Language

Server

   

Baremetal Server

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 EN Y
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 EN Y

Subscription Method

  • New Subscription
    Customer needs to designate following Image Template when they create servers.

Product

Server

 

Baremetal Server

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 RedHatEnterpriseLinux-7.1_64_BYOL_baremetal-server_01
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 RedHatEnterpriseLinux-7.3_64_BYOL_baremetal-server_01

  • Termination Subscription Methods
    Customers can delete Baremetal Server which they created through RHEL Official Image Template.

2.4.5.4. Terms and Conditions

Conditions for Usage with Other Menus

  • Customers can subscribe in combination with Baremetal Server.

  • In the event that Customers utilize NTP Server that is provided in this service, they will essentially be required to obtain the Common Function Gateway. If Customers would like to request such, they are suggested that they request for subscription.

Minimum Contract Period

  • There is no minimum contract period.

2.4.5.5. Pricing

Initial Fee

  • This service does not require initial fee.

Monthly Fees

  • This service does not require initial fee.
    *However, the Customers’ concurrent Baremetal Server Subscriptions separately require to be billed.

2.4.5.6. Quality of Service

Support Coverage

Supported Official Image Template

Support is covered for Baremetal Server created from the following Official Image Template:

Product

Server

 

Baremetal Server

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 RedHatEnterpriseLinux-7.1_64_BYOL_baremetal-server_01
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 RedHatEnterpriseLinux-7.3_64_BYOL_baremetal-server_01

Support for Major Version

OS Version

Start Support

End Support

7.1 2015/3/5 2024/6/30
7.3 2016/11/3 2024/6/30

Support Method

  • For the scope of support for this menu, please refer to the OS Service Description:

  • Customers can extend the support expiration date at their risks.


Quality of Operation

Monitoring Coverage

  • The SLA of this menu is based on the standardized SLA for Enterprise Cloud 2.0

SLA

  • The SLA of this menu is based on the standardized SLA for Enterprise Cloud 2.0.

2.4.5.7. Restrictions

  • It is impossible for customers to switch license to CCSP from this menu.

  • In order for the Customers to access to the repository server they set, they are required to subscribe Internet Connectivity menu separately.

  • In case the Customers’ subscribed license expires, they should renew the license through Red Hat, Inc. or their resellers.

  • There is no support given by Red Hat, Inc. in case Customers does not register their subscription.