Software Collections 2.0 now in BETA – new and shiny
Today, Red Hat has announced Red Hat Software Collections 2.0 with a truck load of important languages, tools, databases and web servers – including the addition of a new component: Passenger. Here’s the list:
- Python 3.4 – the latest stable, major release of Python 3 and includes a number of additional utilities and database connectors for MySQL
- PHP 5.6 – featuring numerous improvements, additions and a streamlined upgrade path for migrating from past versions
- Perl 5.20 – a recent stable release of Perl shipped with a set of additional utilities, scripts, and database connectors for MySQL and PostgreSQL
- Ruby 2.2 – and, in its own collection, Rails 4.1 give users the ability to access and install an updated version of Ruby without necessarily having to install an updated version of Rails.
- MySQL5.6 – inclusive of enhancements to InnoDB for higher transactional throughput, partitioning improvements for querying and managing huge tables, and better performance monitoring
- MariaDB 10 – a recent stable release of this easy-to-adopt database alternative to MySQL
- PostgreSQL 9.4 – featuring the new JSONB datatype, increased scalability with Logical Decoding, the foundation for new replication tools such as Bi-Directional Replication, and several additional enhancements that contribute to improved performance
- MongoDB 2.6 – a high-performance, cross-platform document database features comprehensive core server enhancements, enhanced scalability and index intersection
- NEW TO RHSCL: Passenger 4.0 – a modern web and application server for Ruby, Passenger 4.0 has been optimized for performance, memory usage and ease-of-use
Red Hat Software Collections 2.0 Beta also includes many updates and enhancements to existing collections, including:
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- Maven 3.0.5 – a recent stable release of the popular build automation tool for Java projects that describes how software is built and all associated dependencies
- Python 2.7 – now includes python-wheel, python-pip, and all associated dependencies
- Thermostat 1.2 – adds event-based profiling, an improved sampler profiler, Maven archetypes and visual improvements to the Swing client and charts
- nginx 1.6 – a recent stable release of nginx, a high performance, open source HTTP sever and reverse proxy option
- DevAssistant 0.9.3 – a useful tools for setting up development environments, publishing code and other related tasks, this latest, stable version includes several bug fixes and full backwards compatibility
- Node.js 0.10.33 – previously only available through an unsupported tech preview, the latest stable release of this modern programming platform is now fully supported
All of the above are part of the majority of Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions.
New to Software Collections? Read about them on the product pages.
See the entire release here.