Germany-based SUSE Linux has reacted to Red Hat's recent announcement that it would be deprecating the Btrfs filesystem by affirming that it would continue to be the default option for its enterprise Linux distribution.
Open source software provider Red Hat has announced that it will be deprecating the Btrfs filesystem and removing it in a future major release of its enterprise Linux operating system.
Germany-based open source company SUSE Linux has released a beta image for the container as a service platform that it first disclosed at its annual company conference last year.
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