Peridot Deep Dive

Next, in our Brown Bag webinar series, we will deep dive into Peridot with the experts!

Do you have questions about Peridot? We’re here to help! We will be answering your questions live throughout the webinar.

About Peridot:
Rocky Linux 9 was built with a community-developed, open-source, cloud-native build system called Peridot, built in Golang. Peridot was used to create Rocky Linux 9 for the x86_64, aarch64, s390x, and ppc64le architectures. A primary goal in developing the new build system was assuring that new versions of Rocky could be released within one week after each Red Hat Enterprise Linux new version release. The source code for the build system is available here:… . Peridot is easily installable via Helm Charts for anyone to leverage.

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About Rocky Linux

Community Enterprise Linux
The Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation is designed to be a community driven, controlled, and architected OS that will stand the test of time.

Rocky Linux is 100% compatible with Enterprise Linux which makes it a simple, drop-in solution.

A community of vested individuals, organizations and enterprises of every shape and size provides True Stability.

Every Cloud, Every OEM, Every ISV
Our vision from the beginning is to have every cloud, every OEM, every component and every ISV vested, compatible and partnering for the good of everyone.

The Ethos of CIQ & The Name of Rocky
CIQ is committed to empowering everyone to do what they do great. Rocky McGaugh, CentOS co-founder and namesake of Rocky Linux, was great at Linux and it is important that everyone know their contributions make a difference in this world.

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