Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 Launches with New Security Features, Improvements

Jonathan MathewsPublic

World’s leading provider of open source solutions, Red Hat, Inc., announced the availability of the fourth installment of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) series 7 operating system.

Coming nine months after the previous point release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 is here as the latest and most advanced version of the commercial Linux-based operating system that uses the RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) package management system which was adopted by numerous GNU/Linux distributions, including popular ones like SUSE Enterprise Linux, Oracle Enterprise Linux, and many others.

Packed with a set of new security enhancements, performance improvements, and new automation capabilities, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 offers enterprises and organizations the most powerful operating system and feature-full for running traditional and cloud-native applications, as well as various enterprise IT operations like virtual machines, public and multi-cloud footprints.

“The latest version of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform supports each of these deployment methodologies with new security features, improved performance and introduces new automation capabilities to cut through the inherent complexities of heterogeneous datacenters,” said Jim Tottonvice, President and General Manager, Platforms Business Unit, Red Hat.

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