CIQ Offers Long-Term Support for Rocky Linux on AWS


Learn about new support options from CIQ.

CIQ, the company behind the Rocky Linux project, is now providing CIQ long-term support (LTS) for Rocky Linux 8.6, 8.8, and 9.2 images on AWS.

According to the announcement, this long-term support “ensures extended life for discontinued major and minor operating system versions, maintaining point release operating system life for at least 2 years.”

Customers can subscribe for 24/7 access to the latest images of Rocky Linux point releases through AWS Marketplace.

Additionally, CIQ is now offering enterprise-level support for Rocky Linux delivered directly from CIQ engineers. This support includes “escalation support, customization, optimization, integration, and professional services.”

See more details at the CIQ website.



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