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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Gears up for 2013 Release

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RHEL 6 was officially released in November of 2010, and with Red Hat Enterprise Linux receiving a major update approximately every two years, RHEL 7 is due to be released sometime in 2013.

Tim Burke, vice-president of Linux Engineering at Red Hat, noted that key themes for RHEL 7 will include data center operational efficiency, virtualization and cloud enhancements as well as advancements in the integrated developers' tools.

Red Hat - Rounded"The status is we have now completed product planning, and there will be a RHEL 7 public beta in the first half of 2013," Burke said.

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