Red Hat, the most successful open source technology company, is betting big on edge computing. It’s making sure that its flagship products – Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift – are ready to run at the edge. Adding to the mix is Red Hat Advanced Cluster Manager (ACM), a multi-cluster control plane that can manage thousands of Kubernetes clusters running at the edge with the ability to deploy applications at scale.
With Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.3, the company has added several features to help customers cope with the challenges of managing the edge infrastructure by simplifying image creation, reducing update sizes and avoiding unnecessary downtime.
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