Red Hat Enterprise Linux is 14 years old and has established a dominant position in the enterprise. But there's one problem—the market has shifted under its feet. As a foundational product for so many of our offerings (Red Hat Eterprise Virtualization, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, Red Hat Enterprise Atomic Host, OpenShift by Red Hat), it must adapt.
In this session, you'll hear how we are re-engineering our core product by modularizing the OS into core and functional components to:
-- Create composable customer use cases that can be delivered for things like containers, virtualization, NFV, and IoT
-- Create a packaging flexibility into ISOs, AMIs, and VMDKs that allow the OS to be delivered as a flexible software appliance on bare metal, public clouds, and virtual fabrics.
Your customers will benefit from a lighter weight, more flexible operating system, optimized for use cases. This will make Red Hat Enterprise Linux highly relevant in the new world of mode-2, cloud-enabled infrastructures.