Generally, the public cloud runs on Linux. Most users, even Microsoft Azure users, run Linux in the cloud.
In the case of market giant Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud provider allows you to distribute multiple Linuxes or run your own home, Amazon Linux. AVS has released an early version of its next distribution based on Amazon Linux 3, Fedora, and Red Hat’s Linux community.
AVS has long been trying to bring Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) compatibility to Amazon Linux, but this latest release takes it to new heights. The new Amazon distribution, also known as AL2022, is a stable distribution that uses Fedora as an upstream. The package has been extensively tested to ensure stability and includes all available security updates. Of course, it’s optimized for Amazon EC2, comes with the latest AVS features, and includes a unified experience with many AVS-specific devices.
For example, each AL2022 update is locked to a specific Amazon Linux package repository version. AL2022 comes with a default and deployed selinux to improve overall security. Selinuk’s native security approach, which explicitly prohibits everything without permission, defies Linux’s standard security policy, allowing everything unless explicitly prohibited. But when used properly, Selinuk greatly improves your security. By being set up from the beginning, AL2022 attackers help you lock down the security of your instance before it can attack.
AL2022 is now available for review in all commercial areas. You can run AL2022 through Windows PowerShell through the AVS Management Console, AVS Command Line Interface (CLI), AVS Tools, Runinstans, or the AVS CloudFormation Template.
This distribution will be published in a two-year release cycle and will be supported for five years. AL2022 is free, but standard charges for Amazon EC2 and AVS implementing the appropriate Amazon EC2 instance and other services.
Overall, the public cloud runs on Linux. Most users, even Microsoft Azure customers, run Linux on the cloud.
In the case of market giant Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud provider will allow you to run multiple Linuxes or Linux homebrew, Amazon’s distribution of Linux. AWS has released the next version of Red Hat Linux Community, the next D from Fedora, and Amazon Linux 3.
AWS has long been attempting to include Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) compatibility in Amazon Linux, but this latest release brought it to a new high. The new Amazon distro, AL2022, is a stable distribution using Fedora upstream. This package has been extensively tested to provide stability and includes all available security updates. Optimized for Amazon EC2, integrated with the latest AWS features, and includes an integrated experience with many specialized AWS devices.
Whats New in AL2022
The new Amazon Linux also offers a permanent and flexible quarterly update. For example, each update to AL2022 is locked in a special version of the Amazon Linux package. You only need an update when you want to step in, not when a new version is released.
AL2022 comes with default and implemented selinux to improve your overall security. Unlike the default Linux security policy, Selinux’s fundamental security approach is to limit everything, not allow everything, unless explicitly prohibited. Is. But when used correctly, selinux enhances your security. By setting up, the AL2022 will help you lock down your instance security before it can target an attacker.
You can launch AL2022 through the AWS Management Console, the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), Windows PowerShell AWS Tools, Runinstant, or the AWS CloudFormation Template.
The distribution was released in a two-year release cycle and would also be supported for five years. So, if you standardize to AL2022, you will be supported in 2027. However, AL2022 has no cost as every Amazon EC2, and the Amazon EC2 and AWS standards implement other services.
Starting in 2022, Amazon Linux AWS will be based on the Fedora Linux community from Red Hat. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released the next version of Amazon Linux 3 to the Red Hat Linux community, a Fedora-based distribution.
The new Amazon distribution, also known as AL2022, is stable using Fedora upstream. This package has been extensively tested to provide stability and includes all available security updates.
It is optimized for Amazon EC2, integrates with the latest AWS features, and includes a unified experience with many AWS specialized tools. Amazon Linux Baru also offers a permanent and flexible quarterly update.
2022 is a very interesting year for the native world and developers for the distribution of Linux worldwide. Not only did the two replacement Santos release a new iteration, but they also went through the stage to reach the level of stability they had replaced (Red Hat was replaced by Red Hat the previous year). K was the direction of Centos). I was more experimental with that approach).
And even though no new distributions have been released for cloud purposes, containers, and edge use cases, several updates to other operating systems are widespread for most businesses and developers for each Linux server distribution. Each Linux server delivery is used to consolidate the offerings into something interesting. ,
So, although it may appear on the surface that this is another year’s “second post” than it was before, it was much more than that. How much more? Let’s take a look and see.