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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for edge computing
This article is part of the Secure Your Environment with Linux Automation & Management issue of June 07, 2021
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the leading Linux platform and is built with edge capabilities to address enterprise edge deployments on small footprints—ranging from high performance systems, such as carrier grade servers with latency sensitive workloads, to scaling across many remote sites on lightweight hardware with limited or unreliable connectivity. Red Hat Enterprise Linux handles workloads requiring long-term stability, supportability, and enhanced security across a broad hardware ecosystem—ensuring delivery of services faster and more consistently across the datacenter to the edge. Organizations using Red Hat Enterprise Linux reduce operational costs while maintaining stability and interoperability with core systems. This allows you to maximize the value of in-house skills and focus on the business impact of your data and workloads. Built-in edge capabilities Rapid operating system image generation Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides IT teams with the ability to create purpose-built operating system images through Image ...
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