Red Hat Satellite 6.15

Release Notes

Concepts and Planning

Overview, concepts, and deployment considerations

Explore the Satellite architecture and plan Satellite deployment


Installing Satellite Server in a connected network environment

Install and configure Satellite Server in a network with Internet access

Installing Satellite Server in a disconnected network environment

Install and configure Satellite Server in a network without Internet access

Installing Capsule Server

Install and configure Capsule

Configuring Capsules with a load balancer

Distribute load among Capsules

Deploying Red Hat Satellite on Amazon Web Services

Deploy Satellite Server and Capsule on Amazon Web Services


Upgrading connected Red Hat Satellite to 6.15

Upgrade Satellite Server and Capsule

Upgrading disconnected Red Hat Satellite to 6.15

Upgrade Disconnected Satellite Server and Capsule

Updating Red Hat Satellite

Update Satellite Server and Capsule to a new minor release

Server Administration

Administering Red Hat Satellite

Administer users and permissions, manage organizations and locations, back up and restore Satellite, maintain Satellite, and more

Tuning performance of Red Hat Satellite

Optimize performance for Satellite Server and Capsule

Managing content

Import content from Red Hat and custom sources, manage applications lifecycle across lifecycle environments, filter content by using Content Views, synchronize content between Satellite Servers, and more

Configuring virtual machine subscriptions

Using virt-who to manage host-based subscriptions

Monitoring Satellite performance

Collect metrics from Satellite and allow their analysis in external tools

Host Administration

Managing hosts

Register hosts to Satellite, configure host groups and collections, set up remote execution, manage packages on hosts, monitor hosts, and more

Provisioning hosts

Configure provisioning resources and networking, provision physical machines, provision virtual machines on cloud providers or virtualization infrastructure, create hosts manually or by using the Discovery service

Managing configurations using Puppet integration

Configure Puppet integration in Satellite and use Puppet classes to configure your hosts

Managing configurations using Ansible integration

Configure Ansible integration in Satellite and use Ansible roles and playbooks to configure your hosts

Managing security compliance

Plan and configure SCAP compliance policies, deploy the policies to hosts, and monitor compliance of your hosts


Package Manifest

Package Listing for Red Hat Satellite

API Guide

Develop custom applications or integrations by using the Satellite REST API

Hammer CLI Guide

Develop custom scripts by using Hammer, the Satellite command-line tool

Integration with Red Hat Insights

Remediate RHEL system issues throughout your Satellite infrastructure from the Red Hat Insights service

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