Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL v9.0) Is Finally Released 2022

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL v9.0) Is Finally Released 2022

In view of the last month’s update of Red Hat Inc. as it announced the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (RHEL 9) which is referred faster, more flexible, extra long-lasting foundation to help the hybrid cloud innovation, more persistent experience for unfurling applications and crucial workloads across physical, virtual, private and public cloud and edge deployments.  In this methodology, many versions have been released at fixed time intervals and now the latest one is RHEL v9.0 with all the latest features and functionalities that can be very supportive for students to work and upgrade themselves on this version.

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What's New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9 2022?

As Red Hat Training and Certification forever tried to make way for its course offerings in partnership with the Red Hat Product releases, and hence, the launch of RHEL 9 is no big exception. Many major courses and exams are continuously kept updated to showcase the changes in the Red Hat product portfolio in order to make the availability of Red Hat software which is being utilized in their own operational ecosystem to the learners and confirm their access.
You may also download the free version of RHEL v9.0 ISO 64-Bit by clicking on the given name and login in or signing up with your Red Hat User ID and Password.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Beta Version

The Beta version of RHEL 9.0 has been released for quite a while and now Red Hat has released the full version of this v9.0 update. The current ongoing learners as well as the persons who have taken the Red Hat Training and Certification with RHEL v8.0 or above can also take certification training on RHEL v9.0.

RHEL 9 Release Notes

This particular RHEL 9.0 beta release notes will showcase a lot to understand. You can go to the highlighted link to understand these features precisely, moreover, we have also mentioned some of the main pointers in the following that will help you to grab the RHEL 9 Release Notes nicely:
Topic Specifications
Planning Considerations in adopting RHEL 9
Getting the most from your Support experience
Package manifest
Installing, upgrading, and converting to RHEL Upgrading from RHEL 8 to RHEL 9
Performing a standard RHEL 9 installation
Performing an advanced RHEL 9 installation
Boot options for RHEL Installer
Customizing Anaconda
Composing RHEL images using Image Builder Composing a customized RHEL system image
Composing, installing, and managing RHEL for Edge images
System Administration Configuring basic system settings
Managing systems using the RHEL 9 web console
Configuring and using a CUPS printing server
Managing software with the DNF tool
Administration and configuration tasks using System Roles in RHEL
Deploying web servers and reverse proxies
Configuring and using database servers
Installing and using dynamic programming languages
Managing, monitoring, and updating the kernel
Monitoring and managing system status and performance
Getting started with the GNOME desktop environment
Administering the system using the GNOME desktop environment
Security Managing and monitoring security updates
Security hardening
Using SELinux
Securing networks
Configuring firewalls and packet filters
Networking Configuring and managing networking
Configuring InfiniBand and RDMA networks
Identity Management Migrating to Identity Management on RHEL 9
Planning Identity Management
Installing Identity Management, etc.
Storage Managing file systems
Configuring and using network file services
Managing storage devices, etc.
Clusters Configuring GFS2 file systems
Configuring and managing high availability clusters
Virtualization Building, running, and managing containers
Configuring and managing virtualization
Cloud Configuring and managing cloud-init for RHEL 9
Deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 on public cloud platforms
Developing applications Developing C and C++ applications in RHEL 9
Installing, updating, and configuring OpenJDK on RHEL 9
Developing .NET applications in RHEL 9
Packaging and distributing software
Red Hat Insights Get Started with Red Hat Insights
Product Documentation for Red Hat Insights


Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Release Date

The RHEL 9 Release Date 2022 was May 17, 2022, which was officially announced at a Red Hat Summit dated May 10, 2022. Previously, the RHEL versions were strictly based on some variations of Fedora Linux while this particular version was the first of its kind to be broadcasted downstream directly from CentOS Stream.
If any current RH124 Red Hat System Administration I or RH134 Red Hat System Administration II certificate holder is willing to update one’s certification value by adding RHEL v9.0 then one can sincerely join Craw Cyber Security Institution at New Delhi’s Saket and Laxmi Nagar educational branches.
Moreover, we have tried our best to elaborate you the major changes that this RHEL v9.0 is bringing to these two particular courses one by one in the following:

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RH124 Red Hat System Administration I

One may get detailed information on the same topic by clicking RH124 Red Hat System Administration I. Moreover, we have also given some of the prominent topics to make you understand the premier benefits of the RHEL v9.0 update in the following pointers:
1. Get Started with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
2. Access the Command Line
3. Manage Files from the Command Line
4. Get Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
5. Create, View, and Edit Text Files
6. Manage Local Users and Groups
7. Control Access to Files
8. Monitor and Manage Linux Processes
9. Control Services and Daemons
10. Configure and Secure SSH
11. Analyze and Store Logs
12. Manage Networking
13. Archive and Transfer Files
14. Install and Update Software Packages
15. Access Linux File Systems
16. Analyze Servers and Get Support
17. Comprehensive Review

RH124 v9.0 Course Change Details

Most importantly, this RHEL v9.0 update has brought some decent changes to the curriculum of the Red Hat RH124 Training and Certification. You can find all the relevant information to this particular update in RH124 v9.0 Course Change Details, however, we have also given some details regarding the same in the below-mentioned points:
● As per RHEL v9.0 syntax, all the narratives, exercises, and labs are updated.
● RHEL’s introduction comprises the latest use cases and hybrid cloud computing.
● Red Hat support information and sites are updated to include newer tools and locations, etc.

RH134 Red Hat System Administration II

The RHEL v9.0 has brought so many major and minor changes to the RH134 Red Hat System Administration II as well which you may read thoroughly by going through the highlighted link and know how the prominent changes that will affect the Red Hat RH134 Training and Certification Program. In addition, we have enlisted the major pointers in the following to let you know all the focused changes in a single go at a fast-track mode:
1. Improve Command-line Productivity
2. Schedule Future Tasks
3. Tune System Performance
4. Manage SELinux Security
5. Manage Basic Storage
6. Manage Storage Stack
7. Access Network-Attached Storage
8. Control the Boot Process
9. Manage Network Security
10. Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
11. Run Containers
12. Comprehensive Review

RH134 v9.0 Course Change Details

There are some notable changes that also occurred to Red Hat RH134 Training and certification due to RHEL v9.0 that we have highly mentioned in the RH134 v9.0 Course Change Details that any student can go through and see themselves. Further, we have also specified some of the prominent changes to the Red Hat RH134 course curriculum as follows:
● Installing software now uses Simple Content Access for subscription management, which eliminates subscription attachment tasks and simplifies preparing registered systems.
● Kickstart is updated with new syntax and functionality.
● VDO management is removed as a major topic and is minimally introduced in the LVM overview, based on feedback that indicates limited use, etc.

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About Red Hat RHEL v9.0 Update

Yes, there is a piece of pretty happy-go-loving news for the Red Hat lovers!  The esteemed Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9 is generally available (GA) for all the people willing to start learning on this particular version of v9.0 and kept waiting for this update for quite some time.  The general announcement of the RHEL 9 Release Date 2022 was May 17, 2022, which was officially announced at a Red Hat Summit dated May 10, 2022.

The RHEL v9.0 is the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux till today

The latest version of RHEL or the Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the RHEL v9.0 was released on May 17, 2022, in the Red Hat Summit dated May 10, 2022.

The kernel version of RHEL v7.9 is 3.10.0-1160.

Yes, Red Hat officially announced the release of RHEL v9.0 on May 17, 2022, at its official Red Hat Summit dated May 10, 2022.

No, nothing is the end of life, moreover, the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the RHEL v9.0 just released recently on May 17, 2022, in the Red Hat Summit dated May 10, 2022.

There is nothing that is the final piece, developers keep on updating the features and characteristics of every software to enhance its unique specialties to make it even better than before.  Similarly, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has also announced its latest software version update with the RHEL v9.0 Update on May 17, 2022, through its Red Hat Summit took place on May 10, 2022.

Yes, Red Hat has not stopped the download of RHEL v7, in fact, some courses are there which are still running on this particular version such as Red Hat RH254 Training and Certification Course.

The latest kernel version of RHEL v8.3 is 4.18.0-240.

No, there will be no CentOS Linux 9 already cleared by Red Hat Inc. itself.  Moreover, the CentOS Linux 6 distribution's updates were last terminated on November 30, 2020.

However, now you can download the CentOS Stream.

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