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ID: 212388

URL: https://www.zdnet.com/article/red-hat-expands-linux-offerings-for-research-and-academic-organization/

Date: 2021-07-19

Red Hat expands Linux offerings for research and academic organizations

Red Hat offers inexpensive deals for Red Hat Enterprise Linux to school and research groups. Red Hat is reaching out to new users. And, how better to do that than expanding its reach to schools and research institutions? Of course, Red Hat has been doing this for years, but now the Linux giant and cloud power will offer a low-cost option for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) to non-degree-granting entities. Now, a much broader range of research and academic-related organizations will have access to Red Hat's academic subscription program. The best Linux Foundation classes Want a good tech job? Then you need to know Linux and open-source software. One of the best ways to pick them up is via a Linux Foundation course. Read More These organizations can use RHEL not just for research or classes, but the whole gamut of Linux uses. For example, your organization can use it for running web servers or a high-performance computing (HPC) environment.  Why? Because it just makes sense. Red Hat states, "We recognize that academic and research organizations are key members of the open-source community, helping to drive open innovation as well as educating the next generation of IT leaders. We want the rising tide of open source to lift all boats, so to speak, which means that we want to be able to more effectively support all organizations in these areas." These expanded academic subscriptions are not intended for US government agencies or international government agencies. Red Hat has other programs for their needs. Additionally, commercial HPC deployments are covered under a separate subscription. Looking ahead, you can expect to see Red Hat offering other inexpensive or even free RHEL packages. Red Hat has already been offering free RHEL to small development teams and non-profit, open-source businesses.   If you don't, drop an e-mail to redhat-academic@redhat.com. Related Stories: