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Fedora Linux Cloud Edition 37 with OS Patches

This is a reconfigured open-source software product with additional charges for operating system patching and maintenance services.

The Linux operating system Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) are kept up-to-date and patched upon release, with regular updates published every quarter. These AMIs are highly suitable for automated provisioning processes, including auto-scaling groups, as there’s no need to worry about patch availability or the delay in applying them before integrating new machines into a cluster.

Building upon this foundational operating system, software applications have been introduced, such as WordPress, Jenkins, databases, LAMP stack, Ansible, DevOps tools, and monitoring applications. These applications are widely embraced by both system administrators and DevOps engineers. Additionally, for specific Linux distributions, there are fortified images based on CIS benchmarks. It’s worth noting that the AMIs are created following official installation procedures, obviating the need to learn any custom or proprietary steps.

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