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[rhelv6-announce] Containerize Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Applications to run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7



Greetings Red Hat Partners,

On the heels of the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6, Red Hat has also announced the immediate availability of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image for containerizing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 applications. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image provides the necessary runtime elements needed to run a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 application inside a Docker-formatted container on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 host.

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image allows for:
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscribers to create and deliver secure container images of existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 applications. * Deployment of those applications to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 without porting or changing source code. Red Hat ISV partners and customers to rely on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 as a leading enterprise-grade container host for existing or new applications developed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. * Customers to gain additional deployment flexibility for applications developed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. * Customers to more quickly take advantage of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and containerization without compromising on the reliability and security they have gained by standardizing on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX PLATFORM IMAGE AVAILABILITY

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image is now available in the Red Hat Customer Portal to all customers with active Standard and Premium Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions. To access and download Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image, please visit: https://access.redhat.com/search/browse/docker-images#?

Learn more at http://rhelblog.redhat.com/2014/10/14/run-red-hat-enterprise-linux-6-applications-on-red-hat-enterprise-linux-7/.

Sincerely,

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team


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