The makers of Fedora Desktop also have a server edition that is a short-lifecycle, community-supported server operating system that makes it possible for admins to leverage the latest available open-source technologies, on a modular platform. And because Fedora lives upstream of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system (RHEL), the platform integrates thousands of upstream projects into a unified operating system that is released every six months.
Even better, if you’ve ever installed the likes of RHEL or CentOS, you’re already familiar with Fedora Server. But what do you do after the installation is complete? Although Fedora Server is already secure and capable out of the box, there are plenty of tasks you should take care of right away.
This TechRepublic Premium takes a deep dive into those tasks, so you can get Fedora Server production-ready as quickly as possible.