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Red Hat has announced the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1.





Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1 is now available

RHEL 9.1 builds upon the previous enhancements introduced in version 9.0, including advanced automation and management features, such as the RHEL web console and system roles, which make it easier for customers to automate manual tasks, standardize deployments at scale and simplify the day-to-day administration of their systems.

Enhanced capabilities added to RHEL 9.1 help simplify how customers manage system security and compliance when deploying new systems or managing existing infrastructure. Organizations can now take advantage of new Ansible tooling, access RHEL systems using identities stored in an external source, implement multilevel security (MLS) to match their needs and remotely verify the integrity of their operating system’s boot environment.

RHEL now gives you more time to plan your life cycle needs by supporting upgrade paths for two-year Extended Update Support (EUS) periods.  Leapp now supports in-place upgrades to the latest versions of RHEL, and  Convert2RHEL now supports more flexible simultaneous landing releases.

Plus, RHEL image builder can help you build standard, optimized operating system images that can be rapidly deployed across runtime environments. 



Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1 is now available