Despite being the poster child for open source business, Red Hat has had little interaction with many of the biggest open source communities. Red Hat has done wonderfully to attract businesses to their enterprise services, but attracting developers to their open source platforms has been a major challenge for the corporation. One attempt at remedying this is their partnership with Hortonworks, a move that seeks to expand the use of Enterprise Apache Hadoop and, by proxy, Red Hat’s enterprise services including JBoss, Storage (Ceph, Gluster), and OpenStack. Red Hat has also focused considerable effort with the Docker community, leading to the creation of Project Atomic: a project focused on incorporating Docker into many layers and processes of Linux. These developments paint clear picture of how Red Hat is attempting to bring greater numbers of developers into the RHEL ecosystem.