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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 'getting in the way' and needs to evolve, says product director

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 'getting in the way' and needs to evolve, says product director

In a session at this year's Red Hat Summit, the company revealed their strategy for overhauling the 14 year old Enterprise Linux operating system.

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