With the release of Red Hat Update Infrastructure (RHUI) 4.0, Certified Cloud & Service Providers (CCSP) have enhanced features and functionality to help streamline their content management and optimize day 2 infrastructure service operations.
In November 2021, 20 teams took part in the third edition of Red Hat Hackfest, our partner community initiative that brings partners and customers together to build innovative solutions that address complex business challenges.
Our new certification tooling allows you to run the certification tests on your own computer through the downloadable preflight tool. All you need is a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system and access to the image you want to certify.
With the release of Red Hat Update Infrastructure (RHUI) 4.1, Certified Cloud & Service Providers (CCSP) have enhanced features and functionality to help streamline their content management and optimize infrastructure service operations.
This post discusses the Red Hat best practice to efficiently use and set up Image Builder for deploying and certifying custom images on Azure. Azure is pushing the use of this tool, and we would like to make Partners aware that those custom images are already certifiable through the process that will be described in this blog.
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