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Software remains pretty much the same... but at twice the price Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server has maintained the same starting price over the past few years. Now, changes to the way the software is licensed have doubled the cost for some self-support customers using virtual machines.…
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Approved open-source projects to get no-cost subscriptions (if they haven't already got one) Red Hat today further extended its olive branch to open-source groups with another freebie of sorts: this time, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for Open Source Infrastructure.…
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Better security and application management, but compatibility can be an issue Red Hat's Fedora project is to add a new variant called Kinoite, an immutable desktop operating system alongside the existing Silverblue, which runs GNOME desktop.…
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Converged infrastructure with an off-ramp from AIX to Red Hat OpenShift and all things cloud-native IBM has quietly announced its “Power Private Cloud Rack solution,” a converged infrastructure product that offers an off-ramp from AIX and a path into the wonderful world of cloud-native applications.…
Project will share more resources with Fedora and use a single login The CentOS board conducted a public Q&A just ahead of last week's FOSDEM 2021 open source conference, but there was an awkward silence when someone asked whether changing the end of life (EOL) date for a released project is something that might happen again.…
Money can't buy you love—but it can certainly help you start a new Linux distro.
The company decided to redirect all its contributions to CentOS Stream.
Brian Exelbierd, Red Hat Liaison and CentOS board member, gives the company perspective Interview  Brian Exelbierd, responsible for Red Hat liaison with the CentOS project and a board member of that project, has told The Register that CentOS Linux is ending because Red Hat simply refused to invest in it.…
Self-supported releases will be available to download for free from next month.
'First of many new programs,' says biz, but it is no substitute for free CentOS Red Hat, which is killing CentOS Linux in favour of CentOS Stream, will extend its developer subscription to allow free production use of RHEL for up to 16 systems.…
Endpoint Detection and Response added. For servers, not standalone Linux desktops, mind After a few months in preview, Microsoft has made Defender Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) generally available for Linux servers.…
Doing both CentOS Stream and CentOS Linux would mean doing both poorly claims CentOS board member Red Hat's Karsten Wade, a Senior Community Architect and member of the CentOS board, has defended the decision to kill off CentOS Linux in favour of CentOS Stream, saying the two projects were "antithetical" and Stream is a satisfactory replacement in most cases.…
In tech, we tend to get angriest when companies take free things away from us. For example, we shake our fist at Google for removing services they once offered for free. And in open source land, we cry out for justice when our free, drop-in replacement for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (namely CentOS) becomes less useful as a way to avoid paying for RHEL.I don’t know why Red Hat chose to pull the plug on the traditional fixed-point CentOS release, leaving only the CentOS Stream rolling release in its wake. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols walks through a few possible reasons, and Red Hat CTO Chris Wright gives the company’s rationale. But many CentOS users are furious (just ask Hacker News).To read this article in full, please click here
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Tickles the Azure Hybrid Benefit so that RHEL and SUSE users get the same deal as Windows buyers The fine folk at Licensing School have noticed a new-ish example of Microsoft’s ongoing ardour for Linux: a BYO licensing scheme that makes it easier to bring Red Hat and SUSE deals to Azure.…
RHEL 7.9 also here – last major version in the 7.x family? Red Hat has released Fedora 33 beta, with the finished article expected at the end of this month, as well as version 7.9 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.…
See how Metalloinvest, Russia’s largest mining company, created a foundation for automated, data-centric operations with Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions. Download to find out more. The post Mining company integrates SAP systems for Industry 4.0 with Linux platform appeared first on Computer Business Review.
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