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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 Beta now available

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Today, we’re pleased to announce that the latest beta version of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.2, is now available. Maintaining our commitment to a predictable, six-month release cadence for minor platform releases, RHEL 8.2 Beta is designed to make it easier for IT organizations to adopt new, production-ready innovations faster. This same cadence and engineering process is also intended to help our hardware partners more quickly deliver supported hardware configurations, furthering customer choice for their datacenter estates.

Beyond the continued benefits of the regular release cadence, RHEL 8.2 drives enhancements to the user experience for both new and existing customers, extends monitoring and performance capabilities and adds new supported developer languages and tools.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 Enters Beta with Enhanced User

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 Enters Beta with Enhanced User Experience, More

    Packed with six months' worth of updates and bug fixes, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 promises to enhance the user experience by implementing a new way for both new and existing users to register a Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription, directly from the installer. As such, users won't have to perform a YUM update after installation to confirm the subscription.

    "Additionally, Red Hat Insights, Red Hat's proactive management analytics service that helps to keep RHEL systems running at a high level, can be enabled during the installation process. This capability delivers Insights monitoring immediately after the installation is finished," said Red Hat.

RHEL 8.2 Beta Features Monitoring And Performance Improvements

  • RHEL 8.2 Beta Features Monitoring And Performance Improvements

    The beta version of the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 operating system is now available. RHEL 8.2 Beta comes packed with six months’ worth of updates from Red Hat to make it easier for IT organizations to adopt new, production-ready innovations faster.

    RHEL 8.2 is said to drive enhancements to the user experience for both new and existing customers. It not only extends monitoring and performance capabilities but also adds new supported developer languages and tools. To streamline how new and existing users register a RHEL subscription, RHEL 8.2 Beta makes subscription registration a step in the installation process.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2

    Red Hat has just announced that it's releasing the next beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.2. Even at this early stage, RHEL 8.2 looks like a release most Red Hat users will want to adopt.

    As Red Hat sysadmin Christian Labisch observed, the ability to register your system, attach RHEL subscriptions, and install from the Content Delivery Network (CDN) before package installation is "a huge improvement."

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 Beta Released With New Features

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 Beta Released With New Features

    The Red Hat team has finally finished the second maintenance update for the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2, whose beta version is now available for download.

    Dedicated for building leading Enterprise-based Linux platform with the commitment of minor bug fixes and improvements every six months, RHEL 8.2 beta comes with the latest new features and updates in software management, security, kernel, latest hardware configuration, and monitoring and performance capabilities.

RHEL 8.2 Beta Application Streams Bring GCC 9.1, Python 3.8

  • RHEL 8.2 Beta Application Streams Bring GCC 9.1, Python 3.8

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 entered public beta this week as the latest installment to RHEL8.

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 is making it easier to register your RHEL subscription during the installation process, progress on in-place upgrades from RHEL6/RHEL7, an updated Performance Co-Pilot, and better eBPF integration.

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