What is Red Hat Linux?
Table of contents
- What is Red Hat Linux?
- What are its uses?
Many operating systems in the world are currently being used in millions of offices around the world today. The number one operating system as we all know is Microsoft Windows OS and after that, the biggest market share is with MacOS. Other than these two IT giants, there is another player in the market that is very well-known in the developer’s field which is Linux. It has been in existence since the early 1990s but it is getting widely popular these days. There are many reasons for it becoming increasingly popular but the main reason behind it can be attributed to its open-source nature. Being an open-source OS means that the code with which this platform has been created is known to the whole world and anyone from anywhere in the world can change or modify it easily.
Linux has different forms which are called its distributions or distros. Today, we are here to discuss one of those distros in depth. We will find out what is Red Hat Linux and what are its uses. So, let us start without wasting any more time.
What is Red Hat Linux?
Till the year 2003 Red Hat Linux used to be a Linux distribution which was created by Red Hat Inc. which was an American firm. After 2003, Red Hat Linux was closed by the company and instead, the enterprise model was created by the name Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Since then, Fedora has been introduced in place of Red Hat Linux so that older users have access to all their old files.
Uses of Red Hat Linux?
Before answering this, let me be clear that the old version of Red Hat Linux has been discontinued and is no longer a serving model. But Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux are still highly recommended. Here are some of the important uses of Red Hat Linux:
1. Server Deployments: Red Hat Linux is widely used in offices because of its stable and secure interface. It has far better security features than other closed-source OSs. This gives it an edge over the competition.
2. Enterprise Applications: Given that Red Hat Enterprise Linux gives a much longer support system and continuous security advancements, it is getting popular in new-age offices as an OS.
3. Virtualization and Cloud Computing: Public and Private infrastructures can be designed using RHEL as it is an open-source software. Also, it supports cloud computing therefore all the actions that are required to be done by a company can be done from a remote place as well.
4. Containerization: RHEL supports both Kubernetes as well as Docker containers which makes it the perfect platform for deploying and scaling a new application.
5. Development and Testing: Fedora and RHEL are both highly trusted app development platforms.
These are just a few important uses that RHEL has in the real world for companies and individuals. There are many more such uses but for now, we will suffice with these only.
Q. What is old Red Hat?
The old Red Hat Linux was owned by Red Hat Inc. but it was changed to RHEL in 2003.
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