Rocky Linux: Unmatched Stability for Both Enterprise and HPC Users

Rocky Linux: Unmatched Stability for Both Enterprise and HPC Users

As the demand for stable, reliable, and secure enterprise-grade operating systems continues to rise, Rocky Linux has emerged as a top contender among community-driven Linux distros. Now the fastest-growing Enterprise Linux distribution, Rocky Linux is widely adopted in enterprise, cloud, hyperscale, and High Performance Computing (HPC) environments. In this post, we'll explore the reasons why...

RESF Elects Project Boards for Rocky Linux and Peridot

RESF Elects Project Boards for Rocky Linux and Peridot

We have another important announcement for anyone in the open source enterprise software community! The Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) has announced the inaugural projects and project boards that will initiate the work of the Foundation. Rocky Linux and Peridot, the officially hosted projects, were named and their respective project boards were elected on January...

How to Install a NoSQL Database Server in Rocky Linux

How to Install a NoSQL Database Server in Rocky Linux

NoSQL databases are optimized for applications and use cases that require very large amounts of unstructured data with low latency and flexible data models. Because they are easily scalable and offer high availability, these types of databases are often used for real-time web applications and services that rely on big data. NoSQL databases are used...

How to Install a Relational Database Server in Rocky Linux

How to Install a Relational Database Server in Rocky Linux

Rocky Linux can be used for so many things, from hosting websites, container deployments, mail servers, development, DNS and/or DHCP servers, and of course, database servers. One type of database you can install and use is a relational database, which is used by so many applications (such as WordPress, Joomla, and Xoops). There are a...

6 Signs That It's Time to Move to Rocky Linux

6 Signs That It's Time to Move to Rocky Linux

Your choice of Linux distribution can have a tremendous impact on the cost, security, stability, and performance of your computing environment. Whether it's due to limited features, slow performance, high licensing costs, or compatibility issues, there are a number of reasons why you might consider switching to a new Linux distribution. It’s time to make...

How to Serve up Multiple Websites from One Instance of Rocky Linux

How to Serve up Multiple Websites from One Instance of Rocky Linux

By now, you've read about how to install the Apache web server on Rocky Linux and are happily serving up your first web page or site from the document root directory. Although that's really cool, it only scratches the surface of what Apache can do. Let's say you have Rocky Linux up and running and...

Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) Elects First Board 

Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) Elects First Board 

Today is an exciting day for the open source enterprise software community! The Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) has announced the initial board of directors members that are leading the effort to preserve the longevity, stewardship, and innovation of enterprise-grade open source software that is always freely available.  The RESF was created to organize open...

Rocky Linux 9 Errata Subsystem Released as Open Source Project

Rocky Linux 9 Errata Subsystem Released as Open Source Project

At CIQ, we’re committed to freedom, open source, transparency, and security across every step of the software supply chain. In that spirit, we’re thrilled to announce that new CIQ enhancements to errata and security reporting are now available. Doubling down on our commitment to full open source reproducibility of the most current Rocky Linux bug...