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AWS to now provide Red Hat’s virtual Linux workstation

By ET Bureau - October 21, 2022 1 Mins Read

Red Hat Inc., an IBM subsidiary, has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Workstations on Amazon Web Services Inc.’s cloud platform.

The product is a virtual Linux workstation that can be accessed using a thin client for Windows or Mac, a standard web browser, or Amazon’s NICE DCV remote visualization protocol. In order to avoid the associated hardware costs, Red Hat positions the service as suitable for processing-intensive workloads like animation rendering or data visualization.

The workstation-as-a-service offering on AWS supports a range of hardware instances with GPU acceleration and is optimized for high-performance, graphically demanding workloads. It works with Red Hat’s software development stack, which is compatible with a variety of tools, databases, and languages.

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