Red Hat Releases Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6


Red Hat has released its Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6. The platform is based on the OpenStack Juno release, and new features include IPv6 support,  Neutron High Availability, Single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) networking, Support for Multi-LDAP backends, support for data processing, deeper Ceph integration, among other things.

With the release of the Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6, the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network now has more than 275 certified OpenStack partners, with more than 1,000 solutions certified for use on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, according to the company.

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