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Red Hat Enterprise Linux

(Up to 2 sockets)
32/64-bit x86, Itanium2 IBM POWER
Basic Subscription 1 year web support, 2 business day response, unlimited incidents
$349
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Standard Subscription 1 year 12x5 phone support, 1 year web, unlimited incidents
$799
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Premium Subscription 1 year 24x7 phone support, 1 year web, unlimited incidents
$1299
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For detailed information on included support and scope of coverage, see
Red Hat's Service Level Agreements

Red Hat Enterprise Linux - The base server is designed for small server deployments, includes a comprehensive suite of open source server applications and virtualization capabilities. Ideal for a wide range of entry-level and departmental workloads such as network, file, print, mail, and web servers.

Supported Architectures

  • Intel & AMD x86/x86-64
  • Intel Itanium2
  • IBM POWER
  • IBM z-Series & S/390

Support Option Support Hours and Response Times
Basic
(1-year web)
North America: 9-9 ET M-F, Global: 9-5 GMT/CET M-F

Web-based comprehensive support
2 Business Days Web/Email
Red Hat Network Update *
Standard
(1-year phone/web)

North America: 9-9 ET M-F, Global: 9-5 GMT/CET M-F

1 hour critical incident response (4 hour normal)
Unlimited incidents
Red Hat Network Update *
Premium
(1-year phone/web)

24x7 Coverage

1 hour critical incident response (4 hour normal)
Unlimited incidents
Red Hat Network Update *

* Red Hat Network Update Module, a service that provides access to an intuitive graphical interface for managing system updates and errata, priority errata email notifications, dependency checking, and optional auto-update.

Global Support

Regional partners, hours of operation and language support information.

Security

  • Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) enabled
  • Provides the highest level of out-of-the box security in the industry
  • Greatly simplified security administration

Virtualization

  • Support for up to 4 virtualized environments
  • Reduced costs through server consolidation
  • Flexible resource Management
  • Improved application availability and response
  • Easy comprehensive management

File System and Storage

  • Enhanced storage scalability and security
  • Simplified configuration
  • Easy upgrade and transition from small, non-virtualized systems to larger configurations: (Contains single system guest versions of Logical Volume Manager (LVM),Global File System (GFS) and Distributed Lock Management DLM making it easier to maintain a consistent file system and logical volume configuration)

Unix Interoperability

  • Direct Map Support - providing compatibility with Unix environments
  • Lazy-mount and unmount - greatly reduces the number of simultaneous mounts on client systems, thereby allowing efficient deployment in large NFS infrastructures
  • Maps can be shared with Sun Solaris, HP/UX, IBM AIX, and other Unix systems
  • Authenticated binds with LDAP servers using Kerberos, Digest-MD5, etc.
  • Significant NFSv4 enhancements in performance, stability and, with SecureNFS, security and server-side delegation

Microsoft Windows® Interoperability

  • Samba provides interoperability with Microsoft Windows file and print (CIFS) systems
  • New improved integration with Microsoft Active Directory
  • More consistent user and group mapping
  • Better support for nested groups
  • Improved the quality and stability of the entire subsystem

Kernel

  • Based on the Linux 2.6.18 kernel
  • Improved performance and scalability across the board - memory, CPUs, I/O, networking

Manageability

  • Easier installation with Yum update and Pup graphical interface
  • Ability to access public software repositories

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