RHEL Other Advice

Aditya Lad
Software Engineer at a security firm with 10,001+ employees
I have worked on a few Linux platforms, but Red Hat is a different experience. Due to its stability, it makes an excellent choice. It’s so-called invincible security makes sure that your data remains safe. The excellent customer service support agents are ready to get your problem resolved almost within an hour of opening a case (as long as you have the premium license for your servers). Taking all this into consideration, I would say this solution is a nine out of 10. I have been working on Red-hat for two years and I must say I enjoy working with it. No day is like another, since there will always be something which will enhance your learning curve. I would say if you are managing high-end servers running complex programs, Red Hat would never do you wrong. It has a lot of built-in tools if you choose the maximalist installation. If you are running a low-end server, you can even go with the minimalist installation which would only cramp a few megabytes of your processor power. View full review »
John ONeill
Principle consultant at Active Data Consulting Services Pty Ltd
Well worth a look if you want supported enterprise Linux. View full review »
SalesEng92d5
Sales Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
My advice: Kickstart is your friend. View full review »
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Ivan Silva
Storage and VMware Expert at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Red Hat is similar to CentOS, except that CentOS doesn't offer to support certain solutions, such as Oracle. View full review »
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