RHEL 7.4 officially released.

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Today, Red Hat announced the official release of RHEL 7.4.

To know more about this new version you can read a summary of the RHEL 7.4 changes or the RHEL 7.4 Release Notes.

Several points can be highlighted:

  • docker overlay graph driver with SELinux in enforcing mode is now supported,
  • OpenSSL update (1.0.2k) brings support for ALPN & native HTTP/2,
  • System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) in a container is now fully supported,
  • Identity Management (IdM) server container is available as a Technology Preview feature,
  • OpenLDAP & Btrfs are deprecated and will be removed in future RHEL major versions.
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