Red Hat releases RHEL 6.1
So Red Hat has taken one small step ahead to make its billions. The company released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 to select partners.
RHEL 6.1 is a step toward to general availability, which could be in the coming weeks, according to Red Hat on a blog entry.
Here are list of features from Here are excerpts from the blog entry:
"Providing the Release Candidate to our partners is a critical, final check on hardware drivers and software features that will be provided in the general availability of the update release."
"Red Hat Enterprise Linux is among the few operating platforms in the industry that is broadly supported across server, storage and network hardware."
"The work to coordinate different projects can be as simple as selecting the mature code, or as complicated as merging overlapping code sets that were not developed together."