No-Cost, Self-Supported RHEL up to 16 systems under Individual Developer Subscription for RHEL

From RHEL, “No-cost RHEL for small production workloads and customer development teams

We’re addressing this by expanding the terms of the Red Hat Developer program so that the Individual Developer subscription for RHEL can be
used in production for up to 16 systems. That’s exactly what it sounds like: for small production use cases, this is no-cost, self-supported RHEL.
You need only to sign in with a free Red Hat account (or via single sign-on through GitHub, Twitter, Facebook, and other accounts) to download
RHEL and receive updates. Nothing else is required. This isn’t a sales program and no sales representative will follow up. An option will exist within
the subscription to easily upgrade to full support, but that’s up to you.

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The updated Individual Developer subscription for RHEL will be available no later than February 1, 2021.