EuroLinux 9 is designed to meet the needs of a hybrid cloud environment. Therefore, it can run code efficiently, whether it is deployed on physical infrastructure, in a virtual machine or in containers. Today we will take a closer look at the important changes it brings with regard to the previous release.
We are publishing the current roadmap of the EuroLinux operating system. These are our development plans and related activities. In accordance with our strategy of transparency, we inform in advance about the planned work.
With the beginning of Q3, we published an updated roadmap for the EuroLinux operating system. These are our development plans and related activities. In line with our transparency strategy, we are providing upfront information about upcoming work.
Upgrade the version of your Linux distribution – this is the message of the ELevate project. In this article, we will show you how to easily perform a CentOS 7 to EuroLinux 8 upgrade without changing both applications and data with its help. The migration is fast, seamless and performed automatically in-place.
Errata in EuroLinux and in other Enterprise Linuxes is connected with a software package update. Errata are a convenient way to address vulnerabilities where the operational security of the system is indispensable and where we don't want to introduce new features to an already properly functioning software stack. How do we divide errata and what do they contain?
On April 19, the AlmaLinux OS Foundation released the first installation images for their 9.0 beta version of their Enterprise Linux system. Today we are announcing that we have created yet another, the third (after CentOS Stream 9 and EuroLinux 9 beta), collection of images of an Enterprise Linux 9 operating system supported by our team
We are pleased to announce the general availability of new container images by EuroLinux. Their first versions have been available for testing for some time, and the latest releases are fully integrated with an automated, stable and reproducible production pipeline.
One of the elements of the EuroLinux test suite is the openQA software. It’s an automated test tool that allows an extensive analysis of the whole operating system installation process, as well as visual tests for individual applications. In this article we’ll show, how we utilize it.
The development of version 9 of EuroLinux is well advanced. It is about time to give more information about it. It is based, like its predecessor, on the Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® source code and is 1:1 compatible with it. The new version provides a number of improvements and new features over release 8
On December 3, 2021, we integrated the EuroLinux development pipelines with automatic source synchronization on the public WWW. From now on, the system sources are publicly available in Source RPM format. While maintaining licensing requirements, we can involve the community even more in rebuilding and gaining experience with the system.
EuroLinux system images are publicly available on another cloud platform – Microsoft Azure. The presence of EuroLinux in the cloud makes the choice easier for customers preferring both cloud-native and hybrid solutions and for those who do not want to maintain their own IT infrastructure for various reasons.
The current roadmap is the result of a pilot project, where we decided to collect and incorporate feedback from some of our partners. In the future, we will expand this circle, including members of the EuroLinux community. Some of the points on our roadmap are marked as (WIP – Work in Progress).
We have released EuroDB marked as version 13.3. Its heart is the latest version of PostgreSQL. Thanks to the changes, the platform provides new opportunities.
In September 2021, we released a new version of EuroSSO - 7.5.0. It introduces a number of improvements and fixes. In this article we'll show you a few of them. EuroSSO is a product based on the KeyCloak™ project.
In September 2021, we released version 7.4.0 of the EuroAP Application Server. The latest release offers a number of fixes and improvements in many subsystems.