Red Hat today announced the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 general availability, a major upgrade to its Linux-based operating system for enterprise and cloud environments.
Coming almost five years after the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 series, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is available with new features and optimizations that allow you to run it in any environment with any workload.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 earns the nickname of being the Enterprise market leading Linux-based operating system, meeting the requirements of developing companies.
Here's what's new in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 comes with many new features for the era of hybrid cloud storage and the enterprise world. Includes the Red Hat Smart Management extension, to manage, configure, patch and serve Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 installations through hybrid cloud storage, as well as Application Streams, consisting of a framework, programming languages and developer tools that are constantly updated.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 it also brings great improvements in the administration area to be more accessible with new system administrators, Windows administrators and Linux beginners with the Red Hat Enterprise System Roles to automate complex tasks in the console to monitor and manage the health of the installation.
In the security section, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 comes with support for OpenSSL 1.1.1 and TLS 1.3 standardsIt also brings full support for the Red Hat container tool to create, run and share contained applications, improvements in the support of ARM and POWER architectures, SAP solutions, real-time applications, as well as support for the Red Hat hybrid cloud. .