Mike Guerette

Mike has been with Digital, Compaq, HP, and Avaya in various product management and marketing roles, and has been with Red Hat since 2010. Most of his time at Red Hat has been working on developer and partner programs, and he is currently Global Developer Relations Manager at Red Hat.

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Red Hat simplifies container development and redistribution of Red Hat Enterprise Linux packages

Red Hat simplifies container development and redistribution of Red Hat Enterprise Linux packages

Application developers in the Red Hat Partner Connect program can now build their container apps and redistribute them from the full set of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) user space packages (non-kernel). This nearly triples the number of packages over UBI only.

When we introduced Red Hat Universal Base Images (UBI) in May 2019, we provided Red Hat partners the ability to freely use and redistribute a substantial number of RHEL packages that can be deployed on both Red Hat and non-Red Hat platforms. This gave developers the ability to build safe, secure, and portable container-based software that could then be deployed anywhere. The feedback on this has been overwhelmingly positive and we thank you for it, but we learned that you needed more, so we’re sharing this advanced preview with Red Hat Partner Connect members to help you with your planning. 

Expanded and exclusive redistribution rights for Red Hat Technology Partners

We are pleased to announce expanded partner terms and conditions that grant Red Hat Technology Partners free use and redistribution rights to all Red Hat Enterprise Linux user space packages when you build upon UBI-based images. With more than triple the number of RHEL packages now available, you can simplify your container and Operator development and freely re-distribute your container-based software through both Red Hat and non-Red Hat registries. This is only available to Red Hat partners who participate in and complete Red Hat Container Certification.

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Red Hat Universal Base Image: How it works in 3 minutes or less

Red Hat Universal Base Image: How it works in 3 minutes or less

When we announced Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 in May, we also announced that all RHEL 8 base operating systems images, and many new RHEL 7 ones, would be available under the new Universal Base Image End User License Agreement (EULA). If UBI is new for you, this article summarizes UBI, explains why you’d want to use it, and supplies a set of resources to get you started with UBI.  And, if you have questions, we just published a brand new UBI FAQ.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 Beta brings new development tools

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 Beta brings new development tools

In May, we announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8, the intelligent operating system which we believe is the best RHEL ever for developers. 

The work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 continues, and we are pleased to announce the beta availability of RHEL 8.1., which enables greater developer productivity, improves manageability, and adds new security enhancements. This release also includes updated drivers that deliver new features and bug fixes for supported hardware platforms.

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Developer Toolset 8.1 and GCC 8.3 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux  7

Developer Toolset 8.1 and GCC 8.3 now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Red Hat Developer Toolset delivers GCC, GDB, and a set of complementary development tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux via two release trains per year. We are pleased to share that Developer Toolset 8.1 with GCC 8.3 is now available and supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

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Virtual event: Conquer complexity with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Virtual event: Conquer complexity with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Since the general release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, we’ve had great response from those of you who have downloaded the product and used our complimentary RHEL 8 resources. RHEL 8 is the most developer-friendly version ever, but you may still have questions.

Join us on June 18 for our comprehensive virtual event: Conquer complexity with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. In this event, experts John Gantz, Senior Vice President, IDC, and Ron Pacheco, Director, Product Management Global, Red Hat, will explain what RHEL 8 can do for your organization.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 developer cheat sheet

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 developer cheat sheet

With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, I’m pleased to introduce our new RHEL 8 cheat sheet for developers. This version has been updated from the beta version to reflect the final updates in RHEL 8. This document is intended for those of you who are:

  1. Already familiar with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, but you want a quick reference for new RHEL 8 commands.
  2. New to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and want to start exploring RHEL 8.

Here’s a sample of some of the common module commands you’ll find in this cheat sheet. 

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 now generally available

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 now generally available

I think Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is the most developer-friendly Red Hat Enterprise Linux that we’ve delivered, and I hope you agree. Let’s get down to business, or rather coding, so you can see for yourself. You can read the Red Hat corporate press release.

For this article, I’ll quickly recap Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 features (architecture, containers), introduce the very new and cool Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI), and provide a handy list of developer resources to get you started on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.

TL;DR

Download RHEL 8 now

Download RHEL 8 image

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