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Red Hat Linux Distribution RHEL Updated with Version 9.2: Enhanced Automation

Red Hat Linux Distribution RHEL Updated with Version 9.2: Enhanced Automation

Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system (RHEL) last year entered the 9th version, May launched version 9.0, and November released version 9.1. Although recently Red Hat for limiting the use of its RHEL source code license, by the industry is generally under fire, Red Hat still according to the product life cycle of the scheduled planning, released RHEL 9.2 version.

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The RHEL 9.2 update, Red Hat continued to expand the functionality of RHEL System Roles, as well as the exclusive content of the Ansible automation platform for RHEL use, with the aim of supporting a large number of deployed environments, through the automation of common system management tasks, to improve consistency in configuration and efficiency in system maintenance. [Red Hat Linux Distribution

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Red Hat said that in RHEL 9.2, users only need to have a basic knowledge of Linux to complete the configuration, authentication, deployment and other work, and if the use of system roles to carry out these processes, but also to ensure the stability of the deployment of the subsequent, thanks to the automation of the characteristics of the process, the future RHEL upgrades to be smoother, and to reduce the upgrading process of the interruption of a variety of cases faced.

In addition, RHEL 9.2 and 8.8 also add rhc (Remote host configuration), journaled (Systemd-journaled), ad_integration (Microsoft Active Directory integration), and other three kinds of system roles.

ad_integration has been added to the rhel-system-roles suite as the-system-roles.ad_integration, which facilitates the integration of RHEL systems directly into Active Directory, allowing administrators to centrally control everything a user group does.

Added to the real-system-roles suite is rhc, a support service that automatically registers your RHEL system with Red Hat Subscription Management (RHSM) or Satellite Server, allowing you to instantly connect with Red Hat experts to resolve any issues you may encounter. The journal role is a system role.

The journal role automatically sets the system log collection configuration for RHEL systems. It is basically a journal storage, which makes it easier for users to collect system log information continuously.

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Image Builder, a tool provided by RHEL to standardize and unify the handling of system images, adds features such as the ability to set unit-specific security rules on system images or to define conditions to improve the security of devices such as IoT.

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In the web console, the new version of RHEL can utilize Network Bound Disk Encryption (NBDE) to set up automatic hard disk encryption to secure data at rest with a simpler, more intuitive graphical interface.

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In addition, users can also select commonly used system-wide crypto policies from the RHEL web console to ensure that all relevant system configurations meet their specific needs.

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