Tag: centos stream


Managing Internal CI Tests with TMT for CentOS Stream Updates

Tuesday, 23, January 2024 Carlos Rodriguez-Fernandez ci 3 Comments

HealthTrio has adopted CentOS Stream 9 for several use cases within our system. We have a few dozen servers supporting operations like sandbox environments, build infrastructure, monitoring, analytics, automation, and mirroring. All of these servers supporting corporate activities necessitate the use of a safe patch management system. Internal mirrors repositories are a traditional solution that […]

CentOS Hyperscale SIG conference recap

Thursday, 29, September 2022 Davide Cavalca SIG No Comments

In the past couple of months members of the CentOS Hyperscale SIG attended several conferences where they were able to share the work the SIG is doing and meet up in person, in some cases for the first time. We have a page tracking conference presentations around Hyperscale-related topics. You can find references there to […]

How updates work in CentOS

Tuesday, 6, September 2022 Davide Cavalca distro No Comments

This document is an attempt to explain the relationship between Fedora Linux, CentOS Stream and RHEL, with a specific focus around how package updates flow between them. From Fedora to CentOS Stream Fedora is where day-to-day development and innovation happens. Fedora Linux releases every 6 months and each release is maintained for about 13 months. […]

How RHEL is Made

Friday, 11, December 2020 Brendan Conoboy distro 21 Comments

This week Red Hat announced its plan to put all its energy into CentOS Stream 8, resulting in the discontinuation of CentOS Linux 8 in one year’s time.  CentOS Stream, originally announced in September of 2019, is a continuous release of RHEL which provides updates as soon as they are developed and verified.  Many people […]