Red Hat: What’s New In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

October 18th, 2016 |
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Red Hat’s latest release of its flagship platform delivers dramatic improvements in reliability, performance, and scalability. A wealth of new features provides the architect, system administrator, and developer with the resources necessary to innovate and manage more efficiently.

Architects: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is ready for whatever infrastructure choices you make, efficiently integrating with other operating environment, authentication, and management systems. Whether your primary goal is to build network-intensive applications, massively scalable data repositories, or a build-once-deploy-often solution that performs well in physical, virtual, and cloud environments, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 has functionality to support your project.

System administrators: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 has new features that help you do your job better. You’ll have better insights into what the system is doing and more controls to optimize it, with uni ed management tools and system-wide resource management that reduce the administrative burden. Container-based isolation and enhanced performance tools allow you to see and adjust resource allocation to each application. And, of course, there are continued improvements to scalability, reliability, and security.

Developers and Dev-Ops: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 has more than just operating system functionality; it provides a rich application infrastructure with built-in mechanisms for security, identity management, resource allocation, and performance optimization. In addition to well-tuned default behaviors, you can take advantage of controls for application resources so you don’t leave performance up to chance. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 includes the latest stable versions of the most in-demand programming languages, databases, and runtime environments.

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