(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Red Hat, a popular deliverer of cloud operating systems to companies such as Amazon and Rackspace, announced the availability of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 beta Wednesday.
Based on the upstream Linux 3.10 kernel and Fedora 19, the beta includes new and enhances features such as Linux containers, physical and hosted in-place upgrades, file systems, networking, performance management, Windows interoperability, and subsystem management.
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is designed to provide the underpinning for future application architectures while and providing the flexibility, scalability, and performance needed to deploy across bare metal, virtual machines, and cloud infrastructure,” states Red Hat’s official blog.
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 beta is available to all Red Hat customers, partners, and members of the public, and can be downloaded on Red Hat’s website.