5 reasons to use Red Hat Satellite 5.5

Join our webinar to see short demos of Red Hat® Network Satellite's newest features, and discover why you should use Red Hat Network Satellite version 5.5 to manage your Red Hat Enterprise Linux® environment.

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Red Hat Network Satellite is a proven solution for successfully managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. In October 2012, Red Hat launched the latest version of Red Hat Network Satellite, version 5.5.

The new version gave our Red Hat Network Satellite customers exciting new capabilities, including:

  • IPv6 enablement.
  • Open SCAP support.
  • Clone-by-date.
  • Application programming interface (API) expansion.
  • Provisioning over bonded network interfaces.

Tune in to learn about these new features and to see how Red Hat Network Satellite makes it easy to manage your Red Hat Enterprise Linux deployments.

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Date: March 26, 2013

Time:
  • 14:00 UTC / 9:00AM (New York) / 3:00PM (Paris) / 7:30PM (Mumbai)
  • 19:00 UTC / 2:00PM (New York) / 8:00PM (Paris) / 12:30AM (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Cliff Perry Network Satellite development manager, Red Hat

About Cliff Perry: Clifford Perry, manager of software engineering at Red Hat, is focused on Red Hat’s systems management solutions. He is responsible for the Red Hat Network Satellite engineering team along with the upstream Spacewalk project. He also assists with various efforts for Red Hat CloudForms. Cliff has been with Red Hat for more than nine years, focused on systems management products, from hosted to on-premise.

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