Red Hat recently announced that it is turning the stable and trusted CentOS distribution, which was a community clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, into a rolling release distribution called CentOS Stream. This sent a shockwave across the Linux world as there are individuals and companies of all sizes that use CentOS to run their websites and services. They can no longer rely on a Fedora-like distribution to run their businesses. Why is Red Hat doing this? Are there options available for existing CentOS users? We invited Igor Seletskiy, Founder and CEO of CloudLinux, to talk about the ramifications of this announcement.
[su_note note_color=”#e4e4e4″ text_color=”#000″ class=”hvr-grow” ]Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, CloudLinux Inc. develops a hardened Linux distribution, Linux kernel live security patching, extended support options for Linux, and web server security software used by enterprises, service providers, governments and universities all over the world.[/su_note]