Red Hat Linux Developer Suite
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Monday, 11 April 2016

 Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now available for free to developers who are members of the Red Hat Developers Program. 

The idea is to make it easier for developers to carry out serious Linux development for Enterprise Linux. The new non-production developer subscription is unsupported, but gives you a strong development environment for programming enterprise applications.

When you register for the subscription, you get Red Hat Enterprise Linux (as part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Suite) along with the entire Red Hat JBoss Middleware portfolio and the Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK). You also get a number of open source compilers, dynamic languages, development tools, databases, web servers and other middleware. Available software is grouped into software repositories that are used to segregate packages by type, source, or support life cycle.

The container development kit is designed to be used for putting together cloud ­native applications and microservices.The CDK is made up of tools and documentation, including images of many of the latest, stable open source languages, databases and web development tools via the Red Hat Container Registry, as well a Red Hat Developer Toolset image. Developers using CDK also have access to RHEL Server and a local desktop instance of OpenShift Enterprise for development use.

The Middleware portfolio integrates software from various open source communities, including the JBoss community, Apache Software Foundation, and Eclipse Foundation. Products in the collection include application and web servers, a distributed data caching tool, security products, and the JBoss Developer Studio development IDE. Other products include middleware management software, an enterprise service buss, a messaging platform, an SOA integration suite, a data integration tool, a business rules management system, and a business process and decision management platform.


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