CIQ Announces New Infrastructure Management Platform


CIQ Mountain focuses on security and user management.

CIQ, the organization behind Rocky Linux, has announced CIQ Mountain, a hybrid data center management and security platform for "securely deploying operating systems, applications, containers, and complete turnkey solutions."

CIQ Mountain offers integrated features to reduce complexity and improve security, such as:

  • Curated and certified assets
  • Unified security and access control
  • Global support

"CIQ Mountain launches with a substantial set of certified and supported assets and turnkey solutions, such as Rocky Linux images, verifiable packages, containers, individual applications, and microservices with their associated configurations. It also supports private mirroring of these curated assets," the announcement says.
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