Red Hat releases a new version of its platform for critical infrastructure
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 comes with improved security and management.
The Open Source solutions provider Red Hat has announced the availability of its Enterprise Linux 6.8, the latest version of its platform for critical infrastructures.
The new version adds new capabilities for a “stable and secure” platform than his 6 years of life continues to be updated and improved.
As explained by the Red Hat itself in an official statement, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 includes the implementation of the VPN protocol in place to openswan libewswan, ensuring improved security of virtual private networks.
management capabilities identity and authentication cache search are also added.
In addition to strengthening security, the firm has added Relax-and-Recover tool to streamline management tasks with a particularity: simplified recovery tasks disasters. So, it lets create local backups in ISO format that can be stored centrally and remotely replicated.
They have also added to enhance visualization tools use and storage performance and simplification adding packages by incorporating intelligence to process packets required location.
According to Jim Totton, vice president and general manager of the Platform Business Unit at Red Hat, announced improvements make the platform “a solid foundation for proven IT operations of businesses”.
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