What's new in Linux system management?

Why manage your Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® systems with Red Hat Satellite? A 2013 IDC study shows that Red Hat Satellite has helped our customers increase IT productivity by 37% and reduce downtime by 75%―all while paying for itself in less than 7 months.*


Check out new Red Hat Satellite capabilities

Red Hat Satellite has been making Linux more scalable, manageable, and consistent for 10+ years. It simplifies Linux life-cycle management and streamlines the management of your Linux environment. Now Red Hat Satellite offers new benefits, including:

  • Expanded consumption and crash reporting.
  • Increased flexibility and scaling.
  • Improved system availability.
  • Enhanced content control and synchronization.

Don’t miss this webinar. Join the Red Hat Satellite product leadership team to hear more about the latest capabilities and see them in action.


*Grieser, Tim, and Perry, Randy. “Linux Management with Red Hat Satellite: Measuring Business Impact and ROI.” IDC, 2013. https://engage.redhat.com/forms/idc-rhn-satellite.


Date: October 3, 2013

  • 13:00 UTC | 9 a.m. (New York) / 3 p.m. (Paris) / 6:30 p.m. (Mumbai)
  • 18:00 UTC | 2 p.m. (New York) / 8 p.m. (Paris) / 11:30 p.m (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Clifford Perry Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Todd Warner Product manager, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat

About Clifford Perry: Cliff is focused on Red Hat’s system management solutions, from hosted to on-premise. He’s responsible for the Red Hat 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 9 years.
About Todd Warner: Todd has held a number of positions over his many years at Red Hat, all centering around system management and the cloud. He now co-captains Red Hat Satellite as product manager and has a strong influence on all things Red Hat Cloud.

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