Meeting your next-generation IT needs with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7 offers the agility and flexibility to meet your IT needs head-on—without increasing complexity.


New, advanced file systems allow rapid delivery of new applications that use secure, lightweight containers and an infrastructure that scales to meet big data requirements.

Join this webinar to learn how new features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 address next-generation IT needs:

  • Linux containers, including Docker, for enhanced application development, delivery, portability, and isolation across physical, virtual, and cloud deployments as well as development, test, and production environments.
  • XFS as the default file system for significant file system improvements, scaling to 500 TB.
  • Cross-realm trust to easily enable secure access for Microsoft Active Directory users across Microsoft Windows and Red Hat Enterprise Linux domains, providing the flexibility for Red Hat Enterprise Linux to co-exist within heterogeneous datacenters.
  • Powerful and secure tools for application runtimes and development, and delivery and troubleshooting, integrated into the platform and container-ready.

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Date: July 17, 2014

  • 09:00 am ET
  • 02:00 pm ET
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical


Marty Wesley senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

About Marty Wesley: Marty focuses on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat's OpenStack® products. He has worked in a variety software product marketing and software product management roles for more than 13 years in both large companies and startups. During that time, he has helped define and market infrastructure and business-line applications based on open source software. His experience with commercial open source solutions dates back to the beginning of Red Hat Enterprise Linux at Red Hat.