RHEL Climbs Higher into the Cloud


Red Hat's latest release also comes with security and performance improvements.

Red Hat recently unveiled the new version of its flagship enterprise operating system Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). RHEL 7 continues Red Hat's efforts to integrate cloud technologies into the system.
New features include enhanced support for Docker containers and a cross-realm trust system to ease access for Active Directory users across Red Hat Enterprise Linux domains. The new release also comes with several performance and security improvements.
As with previous RHEL versions, the latest edition is not something you can just download but is available through a subscription service with Red Hat. RHEL 7 is the first major Red Hat release since the RHEL clone CentOS officially joined forces with Red Hat. The next CentOS release will likely include the re-compiled code from RHEL 7 in a free version.


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