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Containing System Services in Red Hat Enterprise Linux – Part 1

At the 2017 Red Hat Summit, several people asked me “We normally use full VMs to separate network services like DNS and DHCP, can we use containers instead?”. The answer is yes, and here’s an example of how to create a system container in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 today.    The Goal Create a...
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Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11 Released

Red Hat's love affair with OpenStack continues with enhanced support for upgrades with composable roles, new networking capabilities, and improved integration with Red Hat CloudForms for cloud management. This latest OpenStack distribution delivers a reliable cloud platform built on the proven...
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Best Distros
Jack Wallen looks at the best Linux distributions for 2017, according to task.

The Best Linux Distros for 2017

The new year is upon us, and it’s time to look toward what the next 365 days have in store. As we are wont to do, Linux.com looks at what might well be the best Linux distributions to be found from the ever-expanding crop of possibilities. Of course, we cannot just create a list of operating...
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Red Hat Linux
In this series, we will contrast and compare Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Canonical's Ubuntu Linux, and SUSE Enterprise Linux. This article focuses on RHEL, which promises super-reliability and long support cycles.

Enterprise Linux Showdown: Red Hat Enterprise Linux

In our amazing Linux world, we have not one, not two, but three, count 'em, three major-league enterprise Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Canonical's Ubuntu Linux, and SUSE Enterprise Linux. In this series, we will contrast and compare all three. Each one is so large it would take a...
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Red Hat Announces the Release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.6

Red Hat, through Scott McCarty, is happy to announce the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.6, a maintenance update that adds many performance improvements to most of the included components. As for those behind with their Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host reading,...
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