Red Hat's Linux 7.3 to Offer Better Networking Capability for Enterprises
RALEIGH, NC: Red Hat, a provider of open source solutions, announces the availability of the latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 for to provide greater efficiency in enterprises and meet the changing business demands. The new development brings additional capability in Linux containers to provide better networking and higher scalability in enterprises.
The new offering enables Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 to provide higher speeds and lower latency in non-volatile devices. It further makes performance-sensitive Parallel NFS (pNFS) clusters easier to manage with support for lock SCSI layout format and the Flex Files layout format. The development in bulk packet memory allocator enhances the performance of both 40 and 100 Gb networking interfaces.
Developments in IT Security
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 brings new developments in IT security features to embark a secured infrastructure network. The developments include Updatesto SELinux that increases the efficiency of the process. The enhancement in OpenSCAP further increases the efficiency by providing a compliance checking mechanism across containerized and traditional non-container workloads. The Linux 7.3 further incorporates IT enterprises with smart card and configurable authentication strength across individual hosts and services.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 in IoT Platform
The new features support communication with IoT sensors by deploying Bluetooth Low Energy devices. The operational efficiency of the process enhances with Linux 7.3 providing Kernel support for the Controller Area Network bus (CANbus) protocol.
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 provides a platform to the developers with all the open source tools to create, diagnose, and debug applications for 64-bit ARM platforms. It further supports Red Hat Ceph Storage for prototyping and deploying software- defined storage for object, block, and file.
“As modern enterprise applications become increasingly resource intensive at both the network and storage levels, IT infrastructure must not just keep pace, but anticipate and adapt to these changing needs. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 delivers increased application performance and a more secure, reliable and innovative enterprise platform, well-suited for existing mission-critical workloads and emerging technology deployments like Linux containers and IoT,” says Jim Totton, Vice President and General Manager, Platforms Business Unit, Red Hat.