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About Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

In the open source market, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server is the most popular Linux distribution and is used for high-performance computing and grid computing, mainframe computing and more with key features such as Kernel-based Virtual Machine (or KVM) virtualization and EnterpriseDB. In this section on RHEL, we cover all aspects of Red Hat Linux, including Red Hat Linux architecture, Red Hat Linux management, Red Hat Linux system administration, RHEL installation, Red Hat Linux patch management, RHEL upgrades, RHEL migration as well as Red Hat features such as virt-manager, libvirt and virsh management tools and KVM virtualization. And while Linux distributions such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux are designed to save companies money on licensing costs, they require Linux expertise and RHEL support is a factor, to say the least. In this section, we cover all aspects of Linux distros, such as installing, using and managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux security concerns, and comparing RHEL with other open source software providers to help you determine whether this Linux distro is right for you. Get news, tips and advice on the installing Red Hat Linux, Red Hat Linux system administration, RHEL management, and general troubleshooting of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server.