On March 27, 2020, the openEuler 20.03 LTS edition is officially released in the open-source community. This is the first LTS edition since the open-source community was opened.
openEuler LTS Signals Mass Commercial Readiness of the Open Source OS
Based on Huawei’s longstanding technical expertise and product know-how, the openEuler 20.03 LTS edition has demonstrated industry-leading stability and security.
- Multi-core high concurrency: The file cache management mechanism has been lock-free optimized, improving Nginx HTTP concurrency by 15%.
- Integrated KAE plug-in: Software/hardware collaboration drives the Kunpeng processor hardware accelerator, enabling the Kunpeng acceleration library to help improve performance by 10% to 100%.
- iSula lightweight container: Being lightweight, fast, easy-to-use, and flexible, it slashes startup time by 35%, and drives down memory resource consumption by 68%.
- openEuler community build of OpenJDK: It improves performance by 20% through optimization of memory management and compilation.
- A-Tune: It provides intelligent, scenario-specific auto-tuning to improve system tuning efficiency by 30%.
- Broad architecture support: Compatible with the architectures of processors such as Kunpeng and x86, the OS will support more processor architectures in the future.
Four OS Vendors Released Commercial Editions, Enriching the Computing Ecosystem
- Kylinsoft builds the Kylin Server OS based on openEuler kernels. It applies to multi-core heterogeneous computing scenarios and is especially good at processing mission-critical services and data loads.
- iSoft launches iSoft Server OS V5.1 for Kunpeng, the first commercial release based on openEuler. iSoft will continue to support the openEuler community and help build openEuler towards a global leading community.
- Uniontech presents deepinEuler V1.0. The Kunpeng-based OS supports all new features of the Kunpeng processor and delivers a compelling performance. With the continuous upgrade of deepinEuler and the improvement of the Kunpeng ecosystem, deepinEuler will see wider adoption in more scenarios.
- ISCAS has officially released the EulixOS Server 1.0. In the future, ISCAS will initiate an open-source software supply lightening program, enabling the openEuler community with even better quality and sustainability.