[EDITOR’s Note: This article introduces V1.0 of Red Hat Software Collections, but we are now at 2.0. Read about the latest here.]
We’ve had so much interest in Red Hat Software Collections during beta testing and now here they are!
Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Software Collections 1.0!
“Available via select Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions, Red Hat Software Collections delivers the newest, most stable versions of open source runtime components to subscribers on a lifecycle that is separate from Red Hat Enterprise Linux. By providing a more frequent release cadence of these developer oriented technologies, Red Hat has responded to the need for access to rapid language and database innovation while also continuing to deliver the stability of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform.”
So now you have two choices for selecting tools and/or databases that align with your applications’ lifecycle: 1) those that are in “base” Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a 10-year lifecycle, and now 2), those in Red Hat Software Collections with major releases every approximately 18 months (minor releases @ 9 months) and a 3-year lifecycle.
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