Three weeks after the Fedora 27 Linux operating system was released, the Fedora 27 Server release was officially released.
Fedora Project released the latest version of Fedora 27 on November 14. Users can download versions of Fedora 27 Workstation and Atomic Host as well as any other official Fedora Labs versions, Fedora Spins, and Fedora ARM projects.
The team then decided not to release the Fedora 27 server versions because they wanted a new server style called Fedora modular servers that they wanted to gather more feedback about Fedora Modular Server from the community and was shipped with Fedora 27 The official release was released last month, providing a modular design for the Fedora Server system.
However, feedback from the Fedora Linux community shows that modularity is not very popular, so they decided to release the traditional version of Fedora 27 Server. “Fedora project manager Matthew Miller said:” Based on feedback from the beta release, the team chose to shelve and the modular subprojects need to be re-planned. ”
Fedora 27 Server is now ready for installation as a netinstall and classic ISO. Users who want to download Fedora 27 Server or (eventually) upgrade their Fedora 26 server can now download netinstall or classic installation images.
Fedora 27 Server is available for 32-bit (i386), 64-bit (x86_64), ARM64 (AArch64), ARMhfp, PPC64 (PowerPC 64), PPC64el (PowerPC 64 Little Endian) and s390x (IBM System z) architectures.
Fedora Server is a community supported Fedora Linux operating system for server deployment. It has a short life cycle and is designed for experienced system administrators with the latest server-facing GNU / Linux and open source technologies available today.