StuartJordan last edited by
as of February 1, 2021, Red Hat will make RHEL available at no cost for small-production workloads—with "small" defined as 16 systems or fewer. This access to no-cost production RHEL is by way of the newly expanded Red Hat Developer Subscription program, and it comes with no strings—in Red Hat's words, "this isn't a sales program, and no sales representative will follow up."
Whats Your thoughts? - I'm A Debian/Ubuntu guy, but Im curious on what you Rhel/Centos/Fedora users think of this now Centos is coming to an end.
EddieJennings last edited by
If I wanted to stay in the RHEL world, and the 16 systems would be sufficient I'd likely just use RHEL. Otherwise, if I wanted to stay in the RHEL world, and CentOS Stream wasn't viable, I'd like use Oracle Linux.
On the Sales program thing, I've been in the developer program for almost a year. I joined when I learned about it right before my RHCSA exam to get actual RHEL for practice. Other than E-mails into which I opted in, I haven't received a single sales communication from Red Hat.