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  • Stability plus innovation: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 is now GA

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.4 is generally available to customers as of May 19, 2021. Delivered as part of the predictable, six-month cadence of RHEL releases 8.4 brings important features for hybrid cloud, edge deployments and enhancements for operators, developers and organizations standardized on RHEL.

  • Red Hat announced Developer Sandbox and new solutions to help get started with Kubernetes

    Red Hat unveiled its Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift to make it easier for developers to get started with building Kubernetes-based applications using the same infrastructure and tools that they run in their application environments.

    The new solution provides a private OpenShift environment in a shared, multi-tenant cluster that is pre-configured with a set of developer tools. The tight integrations between the infrastructure and tools provide a safe environment for prototyping or building new applications, creating containers from source files or Docker files and more, according to the company.

    Red Hat also announced updates to many of its tools which can be coupled with the Developer Sandbox.

    Red Hat OpenShift 4.7 web console developer perspective makes it easier for developers to get started with new integrations and fully-customizable quick starts.

  • Agile: How to make your strategy succeed | The Enterprisers Project

    Agile transformation is a complex organizational change, and successful implementation requires strong leadership and buy-in from everyone in the organization. If your organization is struggling to adopt Agile, it may not be clear what is hindering the transition.

    Let’s look at some common pitfalls, along with some tips to overcome them.

    Lack of team buy-in. Adopting Agile at the team level is critical. Remember, your teams are the ones responsible for making it all happen and delivering tangible results to customers.

    Decisions involve only C-level. Top leadership may be responsible for managing most of your organization’s operations, but if you want your team to respond, be proactive and support change, you must empower them to share their ideas and concerns. Agile transformation is possible only if you get everyone on the same page and excited for change.

RHEL 8.4 Released With Tiger Lake Graphics, Expanded eBPF...

  • RHEL 8.4 Released With Tiger Lake Graphics, Expanded eBPF Support

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 features Intel Tiger Lake graphics support, expanded eBPF kernel capabilities, proactive memory compaction is now available with the RHEL8 kernel, the time namespace and other kernel features back-ported, various package updates, Python 3.9 availability, and other routine updates for this enterprise Linux operating system. Other AppStreams updates include the availability of Redis 6, PostgreSQL 13, MariaDB 10.4, GCC 10, LLVM 11, and Rust 1.49.

RHEL 8.4 Released – Download DVD ISO Images for Free

  • RHEL 8.4 Released – Download DVD ISO Images for Free

    A few weeks ago, Red Hat announced the fourth point version of its latest stable Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 series. It arrived with tons of new features, updates, and enhancements for developers, hybrid cloud, and edge computing.


    Being an enterprise OS, the ISO image of RHEL is not available to download at free of costs like any other popular Linux-based OS like Ubuntu and OpenSUSE. You have to buy an RHEL subscription to download and use Red Hat Linux.

    However, if you still want it without paying money, a free version of RHEL 8 is also available through the Red Hat Developer Program. The developer program provides a no-cost Red Hat Developer Subscription for an individual to access Red Hat products like RHEL OS.

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