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RHEL 7 : redefining reliability, scalability and performance

Posted on February 17, 2015

Red Hat’s release of RHEL 7 the crown jewel platform, has geared the system in terms of reliability, performance and scalability. The four major platforms of RHEL 7 namely Bare metal services, Virtual Machines (VM), Open stack based infrastructure as a service (IAAS) and Platform as a service (PAAS) has provided a rich features to the architect, system administrator, and developer with the resources necessary to innovate and manage more efficiently.

RHEL 7 with a higher ability of integrating with other operational environment, authentication, and management will be an ideal choice for an architect. It is capable of building network-intensive applications, massive scalable data repositories or build-once-deploy-often solution that perform efficiently in virtual and cloud environment. These functionalities will provide supreme support to any architectural project.

RHEL 7 is built with several new features that help the system administrators to have a better insight to the system performance and more control to optimize it. It reduces the burden of the system administrators with a unified management tools and system wide resource allocation and management capabilities.

RHEL 7 delivers a rich application infrastructure with built-in mechanisms for security, identity management, resource allocation, and performance optimization. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 also includes the latest stable versions of the most in-demand programming languages, databases, and runtime environments which provides a better platform for the developers.

In comparison with RHEL 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is 25% faster with improved reliability, improved performance and greater scalability. The platform provides a high level of development agility and production stability. The ability of full multitasking and the compatibility of the platform for running the most demanding app make RHEL 7 the top choice in its category. Precisely, RHEL 7 have given a foundation of open hybrid cloud infrastructure, that IT organization could server the business by delivering more agile and flexible solutions. Advancement in the integrated developer’s tools and enhancing data centre operational efficiency is rated as a key feature of RHEL7.

However, wide adoptions of open stack based cloud have generated high job opportunities with high rewarding careers. The salary structure of top paying linux certification ranges from $ 75000 to $ 90000 annually. Moreover Subscription of RHEL by different corporation which was 2.5 million users in 2011 increased 10 times by 2015. Local industrial scenario of the state reveals that Certified RHCE candidates are in greater need by 300+ companies in Kerala itself. This above statics reflects a huge opportunities opening up for Certified Red Hat Professionals in the days ahead.

 

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