RHEL 9, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 optimized by by Ntegral Inc.
With Red Hat, you get access to the benefits of open source for the enterprise—like community-driven upstream innovation—delivered with enterprise-level support to help your organization safely use open source technology.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux has built-in security features such as Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) and mandatory access controls (MAC) to help you combat intrusions and meet regulatory compliance. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is also Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 certified, as well as being the first Linux container framework support to be Common Criteria-certified (v7.1).
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.
How to use subscription manager
Once you ssh to the VM image, you can register the VM using the following command:
sudo subscription-manager register --org=0123456 --activationkey=somekey
Note: the org and the activation key listed above are for demonstration purposes only. You will need to use actual org and activation keys to register the VM.
No contract needed: pay per hour
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