E2E Networks always strive to give wow customer experience. We keep the customer’s requirements as the top priority, and In continuation of the same, we are pleased to announce that our Cloud Images are now certified for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 & 7 (RHEL 8) (RHEL 7). Public images are now available on E2E Networks Cloud, for the latest version of the world’s leading Enterprise Linux platform.
Explore the power of intelligent IT solutions on the cloud by running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on E2E Networks Cloud. Customers can take advantage of the cost-effectiveness, scalability, flexibility, safety, and consistency of E2E Networks Cloud infrastructure and services, as well as the proven reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and E2E Networks Cloud’s Platform Support backed by Red Hat Global Support Services.
Launching of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 doesn’t mean that it’s the end of the line for existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 also provides a stable, mature platform for production workloads and continues to be supported as part of the 10-year Red Hat Enterprise Linux lifecycle
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 redefines the enterprise operating system and how applications interact with it to speed application delivery across virtual, and cloud environments using lightweight, portable containers. It manages underlying system complexity so that you get high performance with minimal management overhead.
With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, you gain the flexibility to quickly adapt to demands for business agility and IT efficiency on a stable foundation known for its strong performance, mission-critical reliability, and military-grade security.
Learn about what’s new with RHEL 8.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is the intelligent operating system needed to deliver services and workloads faster with less effort. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 is based upon the principles of “operational consistency, security, and cloud foundation.”
Improvements in operational consistency :
- RHEL 8 YUM package manager is now based on the Dandified Yum (DNF)
- Red Hat Insights (tools to provide system administrators with analytics, machine learning, and automation controls) are now included in RHEL 8 along with a session recording feature, which can record and playback user terminal sessions for better security and training capabilities.
- RHEL 8 content is other file systems through the two main repositories: BaseOS and Application Stream (AppStream)
Improvements in security:
- Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 is a systemwide standard for data encryption as TLS 1.2 is widely considered too slow for today’s applications.
- SELinux has been improved for better controls on files and directories and is enabled by default in RHEL 8.
- Access to Kernel Live Patching.
Improvements in cloud foundation:
- RHEL 8 includes more modern options for better stability, flexibility, and performance with containers and images. Docker, podman, buildah, and skopeo were all referenced as options to work with containers and images in the RHEL 8 environment.
Improvements in the compute:
- Cockpit plug-in—a simple and lightweight web-based Linux administration tool provides host-specific tuning, troubleshooting access, and host access.
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