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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

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Security improvements and usability enhancements for cloud and remotely hosted systems that can more securely unlock Network Bound Disk Encrypted devices at boot-time.

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Red Hat's latest release of its flagship platform - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - delivers dramatic improvements in reliability, performance, and scalability. A wealth of new features provides the architect, system administrator, and developer with the resources necessary to innovate and manage more efficiently.

Brand Red Hat
Product Type INFRASTRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT
Version Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5
License Type 1 year Subscription
System Requirements Red Hat recommends minimum of 4 GB of disk space for a typical installation, while directories with more than a million entries can require 8 GB or more. Red Hat suggests 1 GB of RAM.
Feature 01 Deploy a secure, integrated host platform that is designed to run container images with optimizations for scalability, density, and performance.
Feature 02 A new, simplified update mechanism for host OS lets you download and deploy updated versions in a single step. With built-in retention of a previous version of the host OS, you can easily rollback to an earlier state.
Feature 03 Secure and isolate applications with SELinux in containers, reducing potential attack surfaces and ensuring that if a container process goes down or is compromised, other applications and the host remain safe and functional.
Feature 04 Deploy Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host to physical, virtual and public and private cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine.
Feature 05 Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Real Time minimizes the potential for any deviations in application performance through an optimized scheduler that increases preemption opportunities.
Feature 06 Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Real Time uses the same system tuning tools available in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. It also includes additional tools to tune real-time characteristics. As each real-time computing application is different, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Real Time allows for easy, on-premises adjustments of priorities, interrupts, and more.
Feature 07 The Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Real Time user space is derived from that of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, so applications certified to run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 can run unmodified on Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Real Time.
Feature 08 Nanosecond timer resolution allows systems to process data with greater accuracy.
Feature 09 Includes Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Applications and Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA, each optimized through tuned profiles that provide out-of-the box configuration for high-performing application and in-memory database environments.
Feature 10 Predictive analytics checks systems for security and performance issues to provide proactive system management. Alerts, remediation suggestions, and automated scripts allow you to measure, analyze, and act continuously.
Feature 11 HA for SAP Solutions is a Pacemaker solution that uses SAP’s native replication and failover capabilities in a clustered architecture to provide a reliable operating environment. Smart Management is also included which provides the Red Hat Satellite client to assist with efficient and compliant IT operations.
Feature 12 Update Services for SAP Solutions extends an environment’s life cycle for a minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for four years. During that time, you receive critical impact Security errata advisories (RHSAs) and selected Urgent Priority Bug Fix errata advisories (RHBAs).
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Red Hat's latest release of its flagship platform - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - delivers dramatic improvements in reliability, performance, and scalability. A wealth of new features provides the architect, system administrator, and developer with the resources necessary to innovate and manage more efficiently.