Technologies to watch in 2019
Beyond technology: the process of Digital Transformation
Blog post with considerations for HPC workloads on OpenStack.
One of my favorite open source projects in the last couple years is Ansible. In this article, I want to share some recommendations based on the first-hand experience in the field.
What technologies to follow and learn in 2018. A few tech predictions for 2018 by Julio Villarreal Pelegrino.
At OpenStack Summit Sydney, fellow Red Hatter Roger Lopez and I presented on designing and deploying kubernetes on an OpenStack multi-site environment. Here is the abstract and video of the presentation. Bringing Worlds
I had the honor to present at OpenStack Summit Sydney. One of my presentations was with my co-worker Rimma Iontel. Here is the abstract and the video recording of the presentation. OpenStack: The
“Choices made, whether bad or good, follow you forever and affect everyone in their path one way or another.” --J.E.B. Spredemann, An Unforgivable Secret For several years now, one of the
Here is the presentation that I delivered with fellow Red Hatter Dave Costakos at OpenStack Summit Boston 2017. Here the abstract: "OpenStack is a unique set of cross-functional, fast-moving technologies that challenge
Here is a presentation that we (Rimma Iontel) and me delivered at Red Hat Summit 2017. The topic of the presentation is "Best practices for successfully deploying NFV". Enjoy!
Hello All, This blog is running on Ghost. Here is a simple way to update the Ghost blogging platform to the latest version. Stop the service running Ghost, in my case, I am
First things first, I do work for Red Hat! Now with that out of the way let’s jump into today’s blog topic: What is new in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10!
An important component of a cloud environment is orchestration. In OpenStack, there is a program dedicated exclusively to Orchestration within the platform and the main project in this program is Heat. In this
In this blog post, we will talk a little bit about High Availability and a little bit more about Pacemaker. Here are some of the topics of this post: Introduction to High Availability
Embracing OpenStack or any other Infrastructure-As-A-Service (IaaS) platform should not be the only decision to take on the road to building your private cloud. Selecting the right cloud components like server hardware, network
OpenStack is the most popular open-source cloud computing platform to build and manage infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) environments. Since its inception in 2010 by Rackspace Hosting and NASA this project has gained popularity and positioned
In this post, I will cover the top 10 things to do after a fresh install of Fedora 24. In my case I use a Fedora workstation spin (Fedora 24 Cinnamon) and here
In today post I will show you how to upgrade to Fedora 24 from Fedora 23. The first thing that we are going to check the current version of Fedora and also apply
I have been using CSF (ConfigServer Security and Firewall) in my Linux systems for a while now with great results. CSF is more than a Firewall software, it is also an SPI (Stateful
Fedora 24 was released on June 20, 2016. To download the different editions of Fedora 24, please visit the Fedora Project site. For the Workstation, Cloud, and Server editions: Fedora 24 Workstation Fedora
I put together an Ansible role to deploy and configure OpenStack Rally. I used the upstream rally bits for this and could be built on Fedora or CentOS/RHEL machines. You could get
In the last post, I show how to install and configure Nginx on CentOS. In this post, I will show you how to add PHP support to that installed Nginx web server. There
In the web server world, you could find multiple options. Some of the most popular web servers are: Apache (leader) IIS Boa Monkey Nginx ... and a few more. Nginx has gain market shared
On this post, we are going to install a FreeIPA server on CentOS 7. The main function of a FreeIPA server is to provide centralized identity and authentication for Linux/UNIX networked environments.
In this post, I will show you how to install MariaDB on a CentOS/RHEL 7 machine. This task is really easy to complete and could be done in couple minutes. Installing the
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