The Beta version of Fedora 22 is available now, just 3 weeks after the Alpha release.
The Fedora Project is a Red Hat-sponsored community project and is maintained by the Fedora Project’s global community.
Fedora 22 comes in 3 flavors; Fedora 22 Cloud, Fedora 22 Server & Fedora 22 Workstation.
According the Fedora Project team each edition addresses a specific set of use cases, all are built from a base set of packages that includes the Linux kernel, RPM, systemd, and Anaconda. All editions of Fedora 22 Beta include an updated package manager for RPM-based Linux distributions called “DNF.” Desktop and workstation users who use the Software tool to manage their applications will see no difference, except better performance behind the scenes in managing updates. Fedora users who manage applications using the command line will note that DNF is faster while still keeping CLI compatibility with Yum for most tasks.
Read more about these Fedora 22 Beta releases here.