Red Hat this week is giving the public a tantalizing new look at its flagship enterprise Linux platform, RHEL 6 — the first major release of the platform in three years.
Though it’s only now reaching its public beta, it’s clear that a lot’s going on with the new release: RHEL 6offers a new filesystem and a change in direction on virtualization. That’s not to mention new real-time Linux capabilities, plus security enhancements. LinuxPlanet dives into the details.
Linux vendor Red Hat today released the first public beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL 6), giving observers a look at what’s to come in the next version of its flagship operating system platform.
The new release takes advantage of a long list of new Linux kernel improvements for performance and scalability while also providing new technologies for security, management, and virtualization.