Red Hat Announces the Release of Fedora 21

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Red Hat has released their leading-edge Fedora 21 Linux distribution on Wednesday and only two and half months after the alpha release, and just over a month after issuing the beta version. Based on the Fedora. Fedora 21 extends the modularity and flexibility of Fedora by offering Red Hat's developmental Linux distribution in three versions targeting cloud, server and workstation systems. Fedora 21 Cloud provides images designed for private cloud environments like OpenStack and Amazon Machine Images for use on Amazon Web Services, as well as a base image to support Fedora containers. Continue reading this story here.

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