What’s happening with the next major Linux distribution?

The new version of Red Hat’s Linux distribution, dubbed the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 15, will be officially released in August 2018, with the company telling Ars that it has been designed to provide the most up-to-date security, reliability, and availability, and to provide developers with an attractive platform for creating open-source software.

It’s not yet clear when that release will happen, but it is not far away.

“RHEL 15 will provide the security, availability, productivity, and reliability of a modern, cloud-based operating system, and it will allow users to build applications on top of it,” Red Hat says.

“In order to deliver the most current, up-time, and reliable operating system available, Red Hat is now releasing a completely new operating system for RHES that will provide an up-coming Linux kernel version for every major Linux release. “

“These new releases will include new features and functionality that are not available in RHEL, including: improved performance and scalability; faster disk access and increased file access speeds; improved file system performance; improved security and file system security; new security features; and improved support for new technologies.”RHEL is the most popular version of RHEL in the world, with more than 5 billion packages being installed each day, according to Red Hat.””

The Linux kernel has not been updated since it first launched in 2003. “

These new releases will include new features and functionality that are not available in RHEL, including: improved performance and scalability; faster disk access and increased file access speeds; improved file system performance; improved security and file system security; new security features; and improved support for new technologies.”RHEL is the most popular version of RHEL in the world, with more than 5 billion packages being installed each day, according to Red Hat.

Red Hat says RHEL is designed to be a full-stack, distributed operating system. “

While Red Hat and the RHEL community have been working to ensure that RHEL 16 will provide a better and more secure operating system than RHEL 13, there are still a number of issues to be worked out,” Red Herring, Red Herrings CEO, said in a blog post announcing the new release.

Red Hat says RHEL is designed to be a full-stack, distributed operating system.

“The RHEL Foundation has been actively engaged with the RHES community and community members on the project to ensure the best possible release for RHIS 16, and we will continue to work closely with the community to improve RHEL as the operating system of choice for enterprises,” it says.

The RHES kernel has been updated twice since its launch in 2003, but most of the features that were added to it over time were not enabled by Red Hat or the Linux kernel team.

For instance, the new version includes support for hardware accelerated cryptography, which makes it possible to encrypt data with an attacker’s key, or for applications to use cryptography to perform other tasks, such as encrypting log files.

It also has an optional “security sandboxing” feature, which is designed for applications that need to protect data on remote servers, such that users are unable to access the data without a special key or password.

Red Herring says that the kernel team has been working on RHES for about 10 years, and that RHES 15 will feature the latest kernel code, bug fixes, and security enhancements, which will help to bring it into line with the Linux community.

“With RHES 16, the RHEC team is working to create a stable and secure operating environment that can continue to provide a great experience for customers,” he said.

“We have been monitoring the RHEE community’s feedback and are confident that we will deliver the best operating system possible for our customers.”

For more on Red Hat, check out the company’s full announcement, and read our interview with its founder, Red Hecke.