Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 available for ARM servers

Posted by Charbax – November 20, 2017

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now fully supported on ARM server-optimized SoC's designed for cloud and hyperscale, telco and edge computing, as well as high-performance computing, for SoC's such as the Cavium ThunderX2 and the Qualcomm Centriq2400, and OEM partners, like HPE for the Apollo 70, through the culmination of a multi-year collaboration with silicon and hardware partners and the upstream community. Over the past 7 years, Red Hat has helped to drive open standards and develop communities of customers, partners and a broad ecosystem. Our goal was to develop a single operating platform across multiple 64-bit ARMv8-A server-class SoCs from various suppliers while using the same sources to build user functionality and consistent feature set that enables customers to deploy across a range of server implementations while maintaining application compatibility.

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