Can you believe the year is half-over already? Time flies when you’re having fun. ;) We’re certainly having fun at Red Hat and hope you are, too. Last month Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 7 became generally available, and there’s definitely a lot of wonderful buzz about it that contributes to that fun.
This article is focused on MongoDB 2.4 packaged as software collections. Knowledge of MongoDB basics is recommended, but not required. In case you are not familiar with MongoDB and you’d like to learn more, try MongoDB’s online courses. These courses give you basic knowledge about MongoDB concepts, configuration, and deployment, as well as knowledge of how to program application for MongoDB.
This article is focused on what is different with Red Hat Software Collections (RHSCL) packages. These packages are available in RHSCL 1.1, and RPM packages are prefixed with `mongodb24`, which is also the name of the MongoDB24 collection. Continue reading →
The Dave and Gunnar Show is run by two great guys and Red Hatters who do “government stuff”. We crossed paths again recently and so did this podcast about Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, related developer subscriptions, etc. Listen to our conversation and I hope you enjoy Dave and Gunnar’s creative hack of my pic – I don’t get no respect. ;)
Second installment of Red Hat Software Collections delivers comprehensive suite of dynamic languages, open source databases and web development tools
Red Hat today announced the general availability of Red Hat Software Collections 1.1, the second iteration of Red Hat’s comprehensive suite of powerful web development tools, dynamic languages and open source databases. Delivered on a separate life cycle from Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a more frequent release cadence, Red Hat Software Collections puts the latest stable open source runtime components, as tested and verified by Red Hat on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, in the hands of developers faster, accelerating the creation and deployment of modern web applications.Continue reading →