"Red Hat and Docker have jointly collaborated to ensure that Docker images can be run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, but customers should refer to Docker for supported versions," Siddharth Nagar, principal product manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, told eWEEK. "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 now includes the necessary support in the operating system for Docker; however, users will need additional software directly from Docker to manage and manipulate images." — f
darthcamaro writes: Red Hat is out with the latest release of its flagship Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 distribution, packing in new virtualization, security and performance features. The new release includes support for virtual CPU hot swapping, Precision Time Protocol and for the first time, limited support for the new hotness that is Docker containers.