RHEL8 Cockpit

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A web-based, mobile-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) that simplifies operations.

Day-to-day administration tasks like viewing performance statistics, inspecting logs, configuring networks and storage, starting and stopping services, and managing subscriptions can be performed from a single interface.

This is an improvement over the version already available in RHEL 7:

  • new Firewall section,
  • end of subscription notification,
  • Policy-Based-Decryption enrollment,
  • new Virtual Machines section,
  • better IdM integration.
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