major enterprise Linux distribution around the world yesterday celebrated its tenth anniversary, and for the celebration Red Hat released a timeline that records development milestones of their own Red Hat and RHEL .
As noted in The H Open, Red Hat Linux Advanced Server 2.1 was the first product in the range RHEL, and was launched on May 15, 2002, just after the launch of Red Hat Linux 7.3. A year and a half later Red Hat 7.3 would become the seed of Fedora , a community project founded and sponsored by Red Hat has since served as the basis of the various editions of RHEL.
a webcast to celebrate Paul Cormier, one of the directors of the company, said that this change has proved a success, and that the implementation subscription system was the most decisive in the history .
The company, which recently became the first company to Open Source in over 1,000 million dollars in revenue, will release RHEL 7 in the second half of 2013. Cormier spoke of the efforts the company has done so much in the code in the kernel and other open source projects, and WIN stressed especially its role in cloud computing platforms and virtualization , in which Red Hat is very focused on right now.
You can access the webcast
through a system with pre-registration, and from these lines can only congratulate Red Hat to prove that you can make money-much-with Open Source products . Of course, a great example to follow.
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