CentOS 8.3 is the most popular operating system running in hosted environments
CentOS 8.3 now comes with the TCP Networking Stack version 4.16. The default packet filtering framework used is nftables. CentOS 8 comes with the YUM package manager version v4.0.4, which now uses DNF (Dandified YUM) technology as its backend. DNF is the next generation of YUM and the new OS version lets you use both for managing packages. Integrated with DNF technology, the latest release has a much-improved software management system. It’s increased performance, has well-defined APIs, and support for modular content, software AppStreams for cloud, container workloads, and CI/CD.
The CentOS team has improved security features to ensure data protection and prevent breaches. The latest release will now have OpenSSL 1.1.1 which by default includes TLS 1.3. This ensures that all your data, as well as your clients’ data, will be cryptographically protected. Also, the OS comes with a system-wide cryptographic policy which means you will not have to modify security configurations for individual applications.
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