Red Hat Releases Its RHEL 7 Release Candidate
Written by Michael Larabel in Red Hat on 15 April 2014 at 11:46 PM EDT. 2 Comments
Red Hat has released its release candidate today of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Being announced today during the Red Hat Summit in San Francisco was the release candidate to the forthcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. RHEL7 will be released later in 2014 for enterprise Linux users while out today is the release candidate.

Red Hat is advertising new RHEL7 capabilities as expanded Windows interoperability, major file-system enhancements, improved subsystem management, better virtualization support, Docker container support, and numerous other professional-oriented Linux features.

Those wishing to learn more about today's Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 RC release can find the details in full at RedHat.com.
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