Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version 6.3 became generally available today, ushering in a new era of virtualization scalability. The RHEL 6.3 update is the third major update to Red Hat’s flagship platform since RHEL 6 was initially introduced in 2010.

“We’ve increased the number of CPUs that a virtual guest can support, from the previous limit of 64 up to a new limit of 160,” Tim Burke, Vice-President of Linux Engineering at Red Hat, told InternetNews. “Scalability is important because we’re seeing more high-end compute-intensive workloads that are being run on virtualized guests.”

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Red Hat Enters New Era of Virtualization Scalability