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As mentioned during Red Hat Summit 2014, we are excited to announce that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Release Candidate (RC) is now publicly available for testing. A pre-release build of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 RC offers a near-final look at Red Hat’s flagship operating system crafted for the open hybrid cloud, building upon the feedback collected during the beta program for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
In addition to the installation media and packages a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 RC cloud guest image in QCOW2 format, suitable for use with KVM hypervisors as used in the majority of OpenStack clouds, is also available.
Want to test out the latest OpenStack release, Icehouse, on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 RC? The RDO community has you covered, follow the Quickstart to install the recently announced RDO Icehouse packages on your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 RC, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, or Fedora 20 system. As well as previously noted changes to compute, storage, and networking functionality OpenStack Icehouse includes these newly integrated services:
The design and planning of the updates to these and other services for the next OpenStack release, Juno, are slated to take place at the OpenStack Summit May 2014 in Atlanta - that’s right, from Icehouse to Hotlanta - starting May 12.
If you are planning on joining the OpenStack community in Atlanta why not drop by the Red Hat booth and say Hi, or catch us at one of the many sessions we will be presenting.