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Were you able to attend the Red Hat Enterprise Linux roadmap session at this year's Red Hat Summit? If not, I have some good news - the slides are still available (here). In addition, many of the questions that were asked after the presentation were recorded, sorted, and answered... and are now posted on the Red Hat Summit Blog. Of note:
the post includes a link to the SELinux coloring book!
In other news, while we've talked about network management, outlined how to bolster your network defenses, and (most recently) explored Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7's team driver - we have yet to put the spotlight on upstream networking news. To this end, Red Hat's own Dan Williams reviews what's new and exciting in NetworkManager 0.9.10; an informative and fun read that's not to be missed.