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Understanding Red Hat Linux Price and Pricing

Banks, stock exchanges, hospitals, and businesses that run the world’s leading websites choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux for the platform’s performance.

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Red Hat’s Next steps, According to its New CEO and Chairman

Where does Red Hat go from here? I asked Matt Hicks, CEO, and Paul Cormier, the chairman, and this is what they had to say.
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Red Hat’s new CEO to Focus on Linux Growth in the Hybrid Cloud, AI and the Edge

When IBM acquired Linux vendor Red Hat for $34 billion in 2019, Paul Cormier took the reins as Red Hat CEO. After three years, Cormier is now handing those reins over to a new leader.
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Red Hat Names New CEO: Matt Hicks

Matt Hicks, Red Hat’s head of products and technologies, is taking over from former Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier. Learn more here.
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Cormier Steps Down, Hicks Steps Up as Red Hat CEO

Less than 36 months after becoming Red Hat CEO, Paul Cormier has resigned from the role. Cormier will remain onboard as the company’s Chairman.
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How to Install Latest Linux Kernel in RHEL 8

A Kernel is somewhat the soul of an operating system since it exists at its core. Once you start/boot your machine, the Kernel takes control of the entire system. Each RHEL 8 distribution is shipped with a custom-built kernel. Here’s how to insta…

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Installation of CentOS Stream 9 with Screenshots

When Red Had shifted CentOS from a major release structure to a rolling release, users were angry as hell but CentOS went smooth, and recently they came up with their new release of CentOS Stream in collaboration with Red Hat Engineers and Community.
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Red Hat Partnership With GM: From Edge to Data Center and Back Again

In a recently announced partnership, Red Hat will be working with General Motors (GM) to bring connected vehicles to a new level.
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CentOS Alternative AlmaLinux OS 8.6 Is Now Available for Download

AlmaLinux OS 8.6 “Sky Tiger” builds on the changes implemented by Red Hat in their Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6 release. Learn more here.
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Why the open source driver release from NVIDIA is so important for Linux?

Background Today NVIDIA announced that they are releasing an open source kernel driver for their GPUs, so I want to share with you some background information and how I think this will impact Linux graphics and compute going forward. One … Continue reading

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Why is Kopper and Zink important? AKA the future of OpenGL

Since Kopper got merged today upstream I wanted to write a little about it as I think the value it brings can be unclear for the uninitiated. Adam Jackson in our graphics team has been working for the last Months … Continue reading

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Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier: Open Source Drives the Cloud and Edge

I spoke with Paul Cormier, CEO of Red Hat, about how open source innovation enables edge computing, and why hybrid cloud is now the operative model going forward.
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Red Hat Has Moved Out of Russia

Red Hat has officially moved out of Russia. The North American Linux giant isn’t the only one. SUSE is also suspending direct sales to Russian groups. Learn more here.
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Wazuh Vulnerability Detection

Wazuh is able to detect vulnerabilities through the integration of vulnerability feeds indexed by Canonical, Debian, Red Hat, and the National Vulnerability Database. Learn more here.
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How to Install Slack on Linux: An Easy-to-Follow Guide

This guide will show you how to easily install the Slack application on Linux. It will cover both Ubuntu and Debian, as well as Red Hat-based distributions such as AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, and Fedora. Learn more here.
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How to Install Podman as Docker Alternative on Debian 11

Podman (the POD MANager) is an OCI-compliant container engine, developed by Red Hat as a drop-in replacement of Docker. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and use Podman on Debian 11.
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How to Check and Repair XFS Filesystem in RHEL

xfs_repair command repairs corrupt or damaged XFS filesystems. It’s highly scalable, high-performance and is designed to effectively repair even very large file systems with many inodes. Unlike other Linux file …

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How to configure a SMTP relay host in Sendmail

By default, the sendmail runs locally on localhost.localdomain and tries to send the mail with the root@localhost.localdomain to the remote smtp server, which would get rejected as the localhost.localdomain will …

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How to check if an RHEL system is vulnerable to a CVE

Most companies scan infrastructure devices for vulnerability every quarter, but the duration may vary depending on the company’s ITSM policy. After the security scan, if the security team finds vulnerabilities …

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Google Unveils Knative 1.0 Serverless Computing Platform

Google has announced the stable release of Knative 1.0, designed to create an infrastructure serverless computing deployed on top of a container isolation system based on the Kubernetes platform. In addition to Google, companies such as IBM, Red Hat, SAP, and VMware are also involved in the development of Knative. The release of Knative 1.0 […]

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