Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an enterprise platform well-suited for a broad range of applications across the IT infrastructure. The latest release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, represents a new standard for Red Hat by offering greater flexibility, efficiency, and control. I personally rank this operating system more than any other operating system of the world. I started working on it and was not able to stop myself moving from windows to Linux. Red Hat was the basic reason behind my move.
I am not the only one fan of this fantastic operating system, there are many others and I would like to give you a proof of what I believe. Senior IT managers rank the quality of Red Hat’s technology in the top tier of the software vendors list, as the CIO Insight Magazine Vendor Value survey has reported for the past seven years running. Its more reliable than Microsoft.
Its more open than Microsoft and you know that Today’s IT infrastructures are multi-vendor and multi-platform. When you select software for your datacenter, you must consider how well it will operate in that heterogeneous environment. Check the openness of Red Hat Linux and you would be amazed to know the truth.
Virtualization is a native feature of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, allowing your applications to have a consistent environment across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. All the work that you do to set up your applications – configuration, creating security policies, defining policy-driven resource allocation, ensuring regulatory compliance, and optimizing performance through system tuning and application diagnostics – is transportable across all of your deployments.