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Red Hat: OpenShift, Keynotes, and RHEL 9 Released

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  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9: Security baked in | ZDNet

    Boston: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) has been the Linux for business for a generation now. Today, RHEL touches more than $13 trillion of the global economy. Remember when people used to think Linux couldn't handle big business? Ha! With the release of RHEL 9 at the Red Hat Summit in Boston, Red Hat improved its offerings from the open hybrid cloud to bare metal servers to cloud providers and the farthest edge of enterprise networks.

  • Video: RHEL 9 released

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At last, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.0 slips out

  • At last, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.0 slips out

    Red Hat has officially lifted the lid on version 9 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), code-named Plow, the latest major version of the dominant paid-for, commercial server Linux.

    This release aims to roll out features and functionality without being too different from its older siblings.

    Version 9 represents a number of firsts. It's the first major release since IBM's acquisition of Red Hat concluded in July 2019 – RHEL 8.0 came out two months before. It's also the first major version of the enterprise distribution since Red Hat redefined its free enterprise distro CentOS as being upstream of RHEL rather than a rebuild of it.

    The Reg looked at the beta last year. This release is based on Fedora 34, which we covered in March last year. That means several significant changes for desktop users, including GNOME 40, which should run on Wayland by default, the Pipewire audio server, and incremental updates to Flatpak packages.

Red Hat Defines a New Epicenter for Innovation with Red Hat...

  • Red Hat Defines a New Epicenter for Innovation with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9

    Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9, the Linux operating system designed to drive more consistent innovation across the open hybrid cloud, from bare metal servers to cloud providers and the farthest edge of enterprise networks. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 is designed to drive enterprise transformation in parallel with evolving market forces and customer demands in an automated and distributed IT world. The platform will be generally available in the coming weeks.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 released

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 released

    On May 10, Red Hat announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (RHEL 9). Not surprisingly, the announcement is rather buzzword-heavy and full of marketing, though there are some technical details scattered in it. The release notes for the RHEL 9 beta are available, which have a lot more information. "The platform will be generally available in the coming weeks."

Red Hat Announces Upcoming Release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9

  • Red Hat Announces Upcoming Release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 - itsfoss.net

    The Red Hat Summit 2022 is being held these days and among the many novelties that the event is leaving behind, the announcement of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 is possibly the most prominent of them, given the importance of the system, as well as in the organizational chart of corporate Linux from which a few distributions derive, as the basis of the company’s own solution offering.

    The new version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) includes not only what has been accumulated over the last few years, but also many novelties from a new batch of which we already had a first glimpse last November, when the RHEL 9 beta was announced, just before RHEL 8.5 was released. A previous release so that the most adventurous users, but also the most interested, prepare themselves in time for the upcoming changes.

Red Hat rollout parade led by Enterprise Linux 9

  • Red Hat rollout parade led by Enterprise Linux 9

    Red Hat Inc. is kicking off its Red Hat Summit conference in Boston today with a sweeping set of announcements anchored by version nine of its flagship Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system.

What’s New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9

  • What’s New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9

    Great news for RedHat lovers! Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9 is now generally available (GA). This announcement was made on 18th, May 2022. The latest release is crafted to meet the needs of a hybrid cloud environment and can be readily deployed from the edge to the cloud.

    RHEL 9 can seamlessly be provisioned as a guest machine on a hypervisor such as KVM, and VMware, on a physical server, on the cloud, or run as a container built from Red Hat Universal Base Images (UBIs).

RHEL 9 Released – Download DVD ISO Images for Free

  • RHEL 9 Released – Download DVD ISO Images for Free

    To all the Linux lovers and enthusiasts in the RHEL community, the developers behind this reputable Linux OS distribution have officially released RHEL 9 Stable.

    RHEL 9 Stable release addresses both production stability and development agility issues to mirror a prime performance spectrum. CentOS Stream footprints are evident in the buildup of this highly anticipated RHEL 9 release due to its powerful capabilities that make the application development experience easier.

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