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Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.2 beta. In addition to the typical updates, the release will make it easier for businesses to build and deploy Linux containers. This release also brings some refreshment to the RHEL desktop with rebasing it to GNOME 3.14 desktop and package GNOME Software.
The beta improves the platform’s underlying container support infrastructure, including OverlayFS and user namespaces. These improvements will assist customers in containerizing existing (traditional) applications and at the same time develop new applications based on amicroservices style architecture.
Security is an ongoing process
To further improve the security of RHEL, the company has introduced a new SCAP module in the installer (anaconda) that allows enterprise customers to apply SCAP-based security profiles during installation.
The beta also adds the ability to bind data to local networks, allowing enterprises “to encrypt systems at scale with centralized management,” according to the press release. “In addition, Red Hat Enterprise 7.2 beta introduces support for DNSSEC for DNS zones managed by Identity Management (IdM) as well as federated identities, a mechanism that allows users to access resources using a single set of digital credentials.”
Red Hat customers can download the beta from the download page.
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