Using content from our Red Hat® System Administration II (RH134) course, this Taste of Red Hat Training preview will show you how to manage SELinux modes on your system.
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® has a kernel feature called control groups, or cgroups. This feature allows you to allocate resources–such as CPU time, system memory, network bandwidth, or a combination of these resources–among user-defined processes.
Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) allows you to quickly deploy JavaEE-compliant applications on top of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® Atomic Host is a small footprint kernel optimized for running containers. This video demonstrates the deployment of an HPC application (Linpack) across multiple environments and discusses the benefits of running HPC applications in containers.
This Platform without Boundaries video showcases why more than 90% of Fortune Global 500 companies use Red Hat products and solutions: Lower TCO, 75% less downtime, and more. View the video for the complete story.
In 2014, Red Hat launched Red Hat® Satellite 6, a new version of its classic Red Hat Enterprise Linux® life-cycle management solution.
Red Hat Taste of Training: Installing software using YUM
CME Group represents the world’s largest and most diverse derivatives marketplace. To adapt to rapid changes in demand and volume, CME Group migrated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux to provide performance, scalability, and reliability.
Using content from our Red Hat® System Administration II (RH134) course, this Taste of Red Hat Training video will show you how to manage SELinux modes on your system.
In this video, Rich Fichera from Forrester, Michael Araneta, Phil Carter, and Mayur Sahni from IDC, and Laurent Lachal from Ovum outline requirements for the new era of IT, including mobile, cloud, big data, and social.