[CentOS-devel] EOL plans for C3
fabian.arrotin at arrfab.net
Fri Aug 13 14:00:50 EDT 2010
Karanbir Singh wrote:
> On 08/12/2010 09:33 PM, Blake Hudson wrote:
>> If you have applications that only run on C3, then it provides the
>> information necessary for maintaining future C3 installations on newer
>> hardware that C3 does not natively support.
> Yes, also in many cases the app being hosted on the platform could
> exposes services in a self contained manner ( a legacy DB ? ), taking it
> off the wire natively allows the app to run inside the virtualised
> container without needing to rely on C3's iptable or ssh ( as an example
> ), which might in turn have reported public vuln's no longer being patched.
> - KB
I totally agree : just *try* to imagine the number or running Red Hat
Linux 7.2 still used in production :-)
One argument in favor of the virtualization (given by Red Hat at a
seminar) was that if you *still* have to maintain legacy apps,
virtualization is the way to go, and of course in a separate vlan and
not faced to the wild web ...
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