Fedora, Fedora Linux 36 Server by Ntegral Inc.
Fedora Linux 36 Server on Azure is an enterprise-ready image designed by Ntegral optimized for production environments on Azure. This VM provides the latest features available in Fedora Linux 36 Server.
Looking to migrate your existing Fedora Linux on-premises environment to the cloud? Then look no further.
Fedora Linux 36 Server is an excellent virtual machine (VM) platform for a short-lifecycle, community-supported server operating system that enables seasoned system administrators, experienced with any OS, to make use of the very latest technologies available in the open source community.
Why developers and DevOps choose Fedora Linux 36 Server on Azure
- Leading Edge: Fedora Linux 33 Server is a Linux server OS packed with the latest open source technology
- Modularity: Choose the right version of an application or language stack you need and keep it even when your OS upgrades to a newer version
- Easy Administration: View and monitor system performance and status, and deploy and manage container-based services using Cockpit's powerful, modern interface
- Enterprise Domain: Level up your Linux network with advanced identity management, DNS, certificate services, and Windows™ domain integration throughout your environment with FreeIPA, the open-source domain controller
Why use Ntegral Certified Apps?
Ntegral certified images are always up-to-date, secure, and built to work right out of the box.
Ntegral packages applications following industry standards, and continuously monitors all components and libraries for vulnerabilities and application updates. When any security threat or update is identified, Ntegral automatically repackages the applications and pushes the latest versions to the cloud marketplaces.
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