What is Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)?

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is an enterprise Linux operating system (OS) developed by Red Hat for the business market.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform,* certified on hundreds of clouds and with thousands of hardware and software vendors. Red Hat Enterprise Linux can be purchased to support specific use cases like edge computing or SAP workloads. It is the successor of Fedora’s core. It is also an open-source distribution like a fedora and other Linux operating systems.

What is Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)?

Every technology in your IT stack needs to work together. And the workloads need to be portable and scalable across bare metal servers, virtual machines, containers, and private and public clouds. They need a modern, security-oriented operating system (OS). That OS is Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Benefits of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)?

RHEL Workload Management

RHEL is known to minimize deployment friction costs and accelerate the time to value of critical workloads.

It is certified for the cloud

Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers the flexibility of open source code and the innovation of its communities, as well as certifications from hundreds of service providers and public clouds.

Safety is the main thing

Red Hat Enterprise Linux has built-in security features, such as Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) and mandatory access controls (MAC), that allow you to prevent intrusions and comply with current regulations.

Compatible with even the newest technologies

It's a product for innovators, built for developers, and designed for operations, from containers to automation and even AI.

Features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL):

  • RHEL powers and supports several technologies. Among them are application development tools, automation protocols, cloud computing, containers, middleware, storage, micro-services, virtualization and management software.
  • Mitigate potential risks across the hybrid cloud by helping organizations build a platform with greater stability and trust.
  • Automate and manage to make it easier for organizations to minimize manual tasks, standardize deployment at scale and simplify the administration of their systems.
  • Solve problems with edge with enhancements that increase workload resiliency and security at the edge.
  • The security model implemented for Linux is based on Unix; it is very safe against the Internet and other attacks as well, they explained in EDUCBA, also emphasizing how customizable this operating system.

Red Hat Integration

RED HAT Integration Features:

  • API-centric and event-driven application and data integration.
  • API management and security.
  • Streamlined integration, messaging, and data streaming capabilities with more than 200 connectors.
  • DevOps-ready application deployment.
  • Hybrid cloud and container-native infrastructure.

RED HAT Integration Benefits:

  • Connect applications in modern or legacy systems in any combination of public clouds, private clouds, or on premise.
  • Build and deploy applications with access to all the necessary digital assets.
  • Gain more insight into data and deliver engaging customer experiences.
  • Boost productivity with streamlined development of integration and messaging capabilities.
  • Minimize time to market with support for modern agile development processes.
  • Incorporate disparate database changes into streaming processing to create more complete datasets for applications.

RED HAT Integration  use cases:

Use case Benefit of Red Hat Integration
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud integration Connect data, processes, and policies across multiple SaaS applications or from SaaS to on premise applications.
API-first development Build applications with an API-first approach to deliver, scale, and share business services internally and externally.
Connect cloud-native applications Build integrations between modern apps or data, which are built in the cloud using container-based micro services architectures.
Real-time, event-driven applications Build event-driven applications to respond and analyse business events in real-time, using technology like Apache Kafka.
Customer engagement hubs Build unique, personalized customer engagements powered by real-time business events and situational awareness.
Artificial intelligence (AI) streams Create real-time streams that inference engines can use for rules processing.

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