When the Red Hat company went bankrupt, a lot of people assumed that its demise would be a big blow to Linux.
But that didn’t happen.
Instead, the company was able to use the collapse to push for the creation of its own Linux hosting business, Red Hat Linux Hosted Services.
In October of 2018, BlueHost Linux Hosts announced that it would merge with Red Hat to form Red Hat Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
RHEL was a major shift for Red Hat.
It’s the company’s first ever foray into enterprise Linux, and while it’s not a fully-fledged Linux operating system yet, it’s on the cusp of being the first true Linux-based operating system that could run on the Intel Atom CPU.
RHEL is a major leap forward for Red House, as it allows Red Hat users to use their existing servers and PCs to run their favorite Linux distros, as well as offer a full range of enterprise Linux software like Hyper-V, VirtualBox, and more.
While Red Hat’s Linux distribution is currently a proprietary OS, the future looks bright for RHEL and the Red House brand.
It just has to prove itself again, and that means making sure its users have the best platform available for running their businesses and personal computing needs.
BlueHost is one of the companies that Red House has partnered with to create RHEL.
Bluehost was founded in 2005 as a software platform for hosting digital content on the internet, and it was acquired by Red House in 2009.
As Red House’s server software division, Bluehost helped create Red Hat and its open source infrastructure for the web and cloud computing.
In fact, Red House was Bluehost’s biggest customer at the time.
In 2018, it sold its entire Linux server business to Oracle for $5.2 billion, leaving it with a market cap of $26.2bn.
But the company is still focused on building its own server operating system, as Red House wants to use BlueHost to run its own servers as well.
BlueLab, the brand name Red House gave to BlueHost’s RHEL, has also moved on from Red Hat, as the company has decided to build its own OS to run on Linux.
This move is the latest step in a much longer story for RedHouse.
Red House sold its server business in 2018, and has been working to rebrand the company to Red House Linux Enterprise Server, or RHEL as it has been known since its inception in 2005.
RedHouse is also building a new operating system called RHEL Cloud which will be a cloud-based version of RHEL with cloud-computing capabilities, and RHEL will be used by Red Hat in production environments.
Redhouse was founded by former Google employees Andy Rubin and Steve Ballmer, and now runs out of the offices of the same offices in Mountain View, California.
In 2020, RedHouse went public, raising $30 million from investors including Peter Thiel, Andreessen Horowitz, and Sequoia Capital.
The Red House Cloud OS, which is planned for release in 2021, will be built on the RedHat kernel and the code for RedHat Enterprise Linux, the original version of Red Hat that was created in 2007.
The goal is to bring Red Hat enterprise Linux to the cloud and onto the desktop, where it can be used for everything from cloud computing to hosting, storage, and data centers.
The idea behind Red House is to get Linux on top of all the big cloud services, and use it to run everything that needs to run.
That includes servers, storage servers, and applications running on those servers.
RHEDHEL will run on Red Hat servers and servers running on RHEL that run Red Hat-provided applications, as long as those applications run on those same Red Hat server machines.
RHESHEL is also intended to run RedHat’s legacy software products, like the Apache web server, and Red Hat Workstation, a desktop operating system.
Red Hat is using RHEL to bring Linux to all of its platforms, not just Red Hat products.
RHECE is a platform that lets enterprises run Linux on its own hardware.
RHFS is a Linux distribution for data centers that can be run on servers.
It will also be used to host Red Hat projects, including the Apache Hadoop database, RedHat DataWorks, and other open source projects.
RHIBE is intended for organizations who want to run Linux at their own cloud-hosting, application-server infrastructure.
RHISHEL supports the Redhat kernel, and also the Apache Web server and RedHat Applications Server.
Redhat has also worked with RedHouse to create a custom Linux operating environment called Red Hat Cloud.
RedHat Cloud is a cloud Linux platform that’s designed for enterprises to run applications and services on top and on the edge of the RedHAT Linux operating systems,