What's So Fascinating About Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8?

By CIOReview | Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, developed by Red Hat; a leading vendor of open source solutions and a platform for delivering high- performing Linux, cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies is one of the major preferences of the techminds.

What makes the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 special is the unique fashion in which it’s designed, by spanning the breadth of deployments across the enterprise IT.

Created precisely on hybrid habitat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Operating System is extremely specialized in lowering the barrier to adopting emerging technologies. This particular OS is also built with the support for hardware innovations like GPUs.

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 also functions as a compatible OS across public, private, and hybrid cloud environments. It provides long life-cycle commitments, a powerful ecosystem of certified hardware, software, and cloud partners, and also comes with built-in management and predictive analytics.

This new era operating system is purely based upon the principles of operational consistency, security, and cloud foundation and excerpts away the intricacies of granular system administration tasks behind the Red Hat Enterprise Linux web console.

Another factor behind the predominance of this cutting edge operating system is recognized as is its ability to provide better control with built-in security and manageability. The prowess of this operating system to run the user’s critical workloads on a stable, high-performance platform should also be emphasized here.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 proffer container tools that permit users to tailor their systems to search, run, build and share containers with other Open Container Initiative (OCI) standards-compatible tools. With this higher choice and support for containerized applications, users will get the opportunity to implement business solutions the way they want.

The operating system also comprises Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Roles, which automate many of the more complex tasks around managing and configuring Linux in production and helps in avoiding human error.