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What’s new in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Beta

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9 Beta is now available and delivers exciting new features and many more improvements. RHEL 9 Beta is based on upstream kernel version 5.14 and provides a preview of the next major update of RHEL. This release is designed for demanding hybrid multi-cloud deployments that range from physical, on-premises, public cloud to edge. RHEL 9 Beta is available for the following hardware architectures:
  • Intel/AMD64 (x86_64)
  • ARM 64-bit (aarch64)
  • IBM Power LE (ppc64le)
  • IBM Z (s390x)
RHEL 9 Beta is something of a departure from previous major releases of RHEL. While it contains many improvements and enhancements customers have asked for, it has fewer changes that require admins and IT Ops to learn new ways of doing things. Familiar with RHEL 8? Then...

What’s new with Quarkus? And other updates in Red Hat Runtimes

Introducing Quarkus 1.11.6

By now, you might be familiar with Quarkus. Red Hat, and the Quarkus community, are continually updating the Kubernetes-native Java framework to better suit developer needs. Quarkus is designed to optimize Java for modern application development, and allow Java to be effective in serverless, microservices and container environments. Since its release in 2019 Quarkus has been a breakthrough tool for Java developers. Quarkus 1.11 introduces RESTEasy Reactive, a reactive JAVA API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) implementation that is tightly integrated with the Vert.x layer in Quarkus. RESTEasy Reactive allows developers to make use of widely used and powerful JAX-RS APIs to expose a REST layer for their applications, while also significantly improving the maximum throughput the application...