Logical Volume Management (LVM) provides administrators with a range of facilities to manage storage. By default, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation process formats drives as LVM volumes. Refer to https://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/ for more information.
Both the installation system and Red Hat Enterprise Linux use the Xorg suite to provide graphical capabilities. Components of Xorg manage the display, keyboard and mouse for the desktop environments that users interact with. Refer to https://www.x.org/ for more information.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux and anaconda include VNC (Virtual Network Computing) software to enable remote access to graphical displays. For more information about VNC, refer to the documentation on the RealVNC Web site: https://www.realvnc.com/documentation.html.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux incorporates the OpenSSH suite to provide remote access to the system. The SSH service enables a number of functions, which include access to the command-line from other systems, remote command execution, and network file transfers. During the installation process anaconda may use the scp feature of OpenSSH to transfer crash reports to remote systems. Refer to the OpenSSH Web site for more information: https://www.openssh.com/.
The Linux kernel used by Red Hat Enterprise Linux incorporates the netfilter framework to provide firewall features. The Netfilter project website provides documentation for both netfilter, and the iptables administration facilities: https://netfilter.org/documentation/index.html.
Virtualization provides the capability to simultaneously run multiple operating systems on the same computer. Red Hat Enterprise Linux also includes tools to install and manage the secondary systems on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux host. You may select virtualization support during the installation process, or at any time thereafter. Refer to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualization Guide available from https://www.redhat.com/docs/ for more information.