The latest version of the Microsoft Open Source .NET Core platform will be available in Red Hat Linux and the Open Hybrid Cloud product.
The world has become too fast, after Microsoft is still transplanting SQL Server to Red Hat RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). Now, Red Hat will support Microsoft's open source .NET Core 2.0 on its own RHEL, Red Hat OpenShift container platform and other Red Hat platforms.
Microsoft's .NET Core is a lightweight and modular platform for creating Web applications and micro services. Using it, developers can create .NET applications across platforms and deploy them in Red Hat's operating system and cloud products.
The latest version of this framework has been released on August 14th. .NET Core is an open source cross-platform implementation of the .NET development platform running on Windows, Linux, and macOS.
The latest version of .NET Core supports .NET Standard 2.0. This provides enhanced platform compatibility and portability for all .NET runtime and workloads. It also simplifies the process of application packaging and makes it easier to access ASP.NET 2.0 and EF Core 2.0.
The new version of .NET has moved from 13,000 application programming interfaces (APIs) in .NET Standard 1.6 to 32,000 in .NET Standard 2.0. Most of the new APIs are the .NET Framework API. This means that developers can more easily migrate existing .NET Framework code to .NET Standard. In short, Microsoft's main programming language is now more cross-platform than ever before.
When .NET Core 2 is combined with Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Red Hat OpenShift container platforms, version 2.0 supports the use of C #, F # and Visual Basic to create modern containerized applications.
Red Hat is the first commercial Linux provider to offer comprehensive, enterprise-class support for .NET Core throughout its product portfolio.
"Red Hat is one of the most widely used development platforms in the industry, and Red Hat, as a major contributor to the .NET Core community, is helping to expand it further," said Harry Mower, senior director of Red Hat's Developer Programs, in a statement. Technology coverage and functionality, through support for .NET on RHEL, we are able to offer one of the broadest, most supported and fully open developer solutions in the marketplace and provide organizations with higher security guarantees and The production environment runs .NET solutions on non-Windows systems and is supported by Red Hat's expertise. & Rdquo;
Microsoft's .NET Core 2.0 will soon be available in a variety of Red Hat products, or through the use of traditional RPM to install, or integrated in the Linux container image.
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