The Application Apartment Complex: Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Linux Containers

The advent of any new technology tends to generate a lot of excitement.  Over the course of my career, however, I have never experienced “a buzz” like what we are seeing around Linux containers and application packaging and isolation, containerized applications built in the Docker format.  From my perspective, the ways in which containers may influence our ever evolving technological ecosystem are, quite possibly, limitless…okay, limitless may be strong, and while “game changing technology” may sound cliche, it’s not far from the truth in this case.

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Network Management, Bandwidth, and Security

It’s difficult to overestimate the importance of networking in today’s business environment. Since networking provides a central means for data exchange and collaboration, it is often a critical factor when it comes to determining an organization’s ultimate potential for success.

At Red Hat, we understand the importance of networking and the role it plays in maintaining business continuity. As such, we made networking one of the primary focus areas of development for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Having incorporated numerous enhancements and performance optimizations into the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 beta – I’d like to take this opportunity to talk about “what’s new” with respect to improvements in network management, bandwidth, and security.

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