Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 Can Support ARM Architecture Servers Now

Red Hat announced that the Business Operating System – Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.4 for ARM Architecture Hardware has been released.

Wrote in the press release: “Our goal is to develop a unified operating system capable of supporting 64-bit ARMv8-A server-class processors from various vendors, and using the same resources to create user features and related feature sets for customer convenience This makes it easy for customers to deploy a wide range of servers and maintain application compatibility. ”

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 Supports ARM Architecture Servers

Red Hat has worked very closely with ARM to enable RHEL systems to run on server-class processor systems that commonly applied in cloud and hyperscale.

Red Hat has been in close contact with ARM technology giants such as Qualcomm and Cavium, has designed and developed systems based on the 64-bit ARM architecture with OEM partners such as HPE.