Something Special, for Your Development Team

The Red Hat Developer’s Program has added something new: A developer’s subscription. For free.

Typically Red Hat subscriptions are associated with a system (physical, virtual, or cloud) to make it easier to audit where software packages are installed and how many subscriptions you need to purchase. Developer’s subscriptions work a little differently; they’re associated with a specific person, not a specific machine. This allows developers to have multiple systems running in their dev environment without being limited by available corporate subscriptions.

Some of the vital statistics for the developer’s subscription:

And More

The developer’s subscription covers Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its toolsets, but there is another toolset available that is critical for developers who are using container-based applications. That’s the Container Development Kit (CDK). Members of the Red Hat Developer Program can access the CDK in addition to the developer subscription. The CDK helps create containers which can run on Linux, RHEL Atomic, or OpenShift v3.

ICYMI: A Better App Server Translates into Better Productivity

In case you missed it, there is an infographic based on research from IDC that IDC and Red Hat released (executive summary), nicely illustrating the business value of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.

idc-value-of-jboss-eap

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