Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Easy access to a more secure OS, larger ecosystem, and a broader selection of languages and developer tools on which to build and deploy apps in the hybrid cloud.
Make security and compliance a part of your infrastructure and application product lifecycle from the beginning. RHEL's multi-layer breach defense includes automated and repeatable security controls such as SELinux and application listing. Live kernel patches and remediation are included to help you deploy new software quickly on an OS you can trust. Built-in RHEL utilities also use OpenSSL 3, so you can take advantage of new security ciphers to encrypt and protect your information.
Spend more time on innovation and less on repetitive tasks. Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a consistent, stable experience for automating and streamlining workload deployment. Access repeatable workflows through tools such as image builder, system roles, and the RHEL web console. Automation and management capabilities make it easier to standardize deployment at scale and simplify day-to-day system administration.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides best-of-class performance for your applications across the open hybrid cloud. Identify, analyze, and tune your workload performance as you build applications. Tune your system for a variety of workload profiles with built-in TuneD profiles. Kernel backports let you access upstream Linux performance improvements while ensuring application compatibility and stability in your existing Linux kernel.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux delivers integrated container development, runtime tools, and secure base images to provide a consistent yet flexible host to power container adoption anywhere you choose to deploy images.
Conquer complexity no matter where or how you choose to deploy–on-premises, in the cloud, containerized, and all the way out to the edge. The Red Hat Cloud Access program lets you use your developer subscription on Red Hat-certified public clouds.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux's new edge management helps organizations securely manage and scale deployments at the edge. The benefits of zero-touch provisioning, system health visibility, and quick security remediations are available from a single interface. These capabilities give you control and peace of mind at every stage of an edge system's life.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) provides a secure, highly available, cost-effective, and consistent performance environment for Microsoft SQL-based applications that run on bare metal, virtual machines, containers, and the hybrid cloud. With RHEL, you can easily modernize Microsoft SQL-based applications to the latest versions on any platform or in a hybrid cloud. RHEL’s analytical capabilities help identify security, performance, and stability threats along with remediation guidance to minimize unplanned application downtimes.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is supported for both Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and Microsoft SQL Server 2019.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is the certified operating system for SAP solutions and SAP applications. Red Hat Enterprise Linux allows SAP customers to leverage the flexibility and reliability of open source to help them improve both their efficiency and the quality of business results using SAP solutions. To ensure compliance with SAP best practices, RHEL for SAP Solutions includes High Availability, live kernel patching to minimize down time, along with proactive monitoring and analytical capabilities using Red Hat Insights. RHEL also offers remote management options and extended support subscriptions, so SAP customers can remain focused on their business objectives. The add-on of RHEL Smart Management provides a single pane of glass for large and complex SAP environments, ensuring a consistent foundation for SAP business applications.
Influence Red Hat Enterprise Linux development via the upstream community
CentOS Stream is an upstream open source development platform where you can develop, test, and contribute to a continuously delivered distribution that tracks just ahead of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This is where various Red Hat ecosystem development partners and community members add their contributions that might be incorporated into RHEL. Looking for information on CentOS Linux? Check here