AWS embraces Fedora Linux for its cloud-based Amazon Linux

AWS embraces Fedora Linux for its cloud-based Amazon Linux

Starting in 2022, AWS’s Amazon Linux will be based on Red Hat’s Fedora community Linux. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released an early version of its next distro, Amazon Linux 3, which is based on Red Hat’s community Linux, Fedora.

By using Fedora as it’s upstream, the new Amazon distro, also called AL2022, is a stable distribution. It’s gone through extensive testing to offer package stability, and it also includes all available security updates.

It is optimized for Amazon EC2, comes integrated with the latest AWS features, and includes an integrated experience with many AWS-specific tools. The new Amazon Linux also provides frequent and flexible quarterly updates.

Read More: zdnet.com

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