Red Hat will support .NET Core 2.0

One of the world's leading providers of open source solutions will supported new release of .NET Core
23 August 2017   668

Red Hat announced that it will support .NET Core 2.0, the latest version of the open source .NET Core project, on Red Hat’s portfolio of open technologies.

.NET Core 2.0 is a modular platfrom for web development. It provides developer with new features and capabilities, gives a possiblity to create cross-platfrom .NET app. The final product can be deployed on:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host
  • Red Hat OpenShift Online
  • Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform

We believe that developers will be pleased to be able to write familiar .NET code from their platform of choice, and that operations teams, who use Red Hat solutions, will enjoy having the freedom to deploy to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on-premises or in Microsoft Azure.
 

Scott Hunter
Director, Program Management, .NET, Microsoft

The latest version of .NET Core supports .NET Standard 2.0. It provides enhanced platform compatibility and portability across all .NET runtimes and workloads. Additionally, it helps to streamlineads application packaging with easier access to ASP.NET 2.0 and EF Core 2.0, created for further simplify the application build process in an all open source environment. Also, when it's combined with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and/or Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, the 2.0 release supports C#, F# and Visual Basic for the creation of modern, containerized applications.

Learn more about .NET Core 2.

.NET Core July Update Relased

In this month' update, Microsoft focused on security issues solving
11 July 2018   99

Microsoft has posted an open version of the .NET Core update. It covers .NET Core 1.0.12, .NET Core 1.1.9, .NET Core 2.0.9, and .NET Core 2.1.2.

Key changes in .NET Core

Microsoft focused on solving security problems. Fixed some vulnerabilities in ASP.NET Core. Fixed a bug when interrupting an incorrect request, allowing an attacker to implement a denial-of-service attack. In addition, the company has compiled a guide for developers, in whose products this vulnerability is present.

Fixed an error that allowed to produce an infinite number of authorization attempts. Vulnerability made the product unstable to brute force. Now the application will count the number of authentication attempts.

In ASP.NET Core, a bug in the processing of certificates has been fixed, which made it possible to present data with an expired term on demand.

Download is available at Microsoft website.

NET Core 2.1 came out in late May 2018, and Microsoft regularly updates this platform.