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August 08, 2019
Red Hat released RHEL version 7.7 with features that make it easier to marry its legacy systems with the latest cloud-native applications, while urging users to move to RHEL 8.
May 07, 2019
Red Hat rolled out its long-awaited Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, designed to work across corporate data centers and multiple clouds and anchor its container and AI strategies.
March 28, 2019
Six months after IBM revealed plans to acquire Red Hat, some IT industry experts have reason to believe approvals will take longer than the companies have suggested.
February 08, 2019
Check Point Research explains why SpeakUp, the new Trojan targeting Linux servers, has the potential to unleash more harm and offers pointers on how to defend against such malware.
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