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VPC to VPC VPN configuration in CloudStack

This blog post was originally posted on the ShapeBlue website: http://www.shapeblue.com/vpc-to-vpc-vpn-configuration-in-cloudstack/


Configuring connectivity between CloudStack hosted VPCs can be done by either using private gateways – which has to be configured by CloudStack root administrators to use dedicated network segments – or by using VPC-to-VPC connections, which can be configured by the CloudStack end user without admin input. 1,336 more words


Design patterns in orchestrators: transfer of desired state (part 3/N)

Most datacenter automation tools operate on the basis of desired state. Desired state describes what should be the end state but not how to get there. 1,639 more words


ApacheCon Miami / CCCNA 2017 talk May 2017 - Apache CloudStack upgrade best practices

This year the CloudStack Collaboration Conference was held as part of ApacheCon Miami. CloudStack upgrades is a topic which makes some users nervous – so I decided to do my main talk going over some of the best practices we have picked up over the years. 21 more words


ApacheCon Miami / CCCNA 2017 talk 17/May/17 - Using KVM in Apache CloudStack

This year the CloudStack Collaboration Conference was held as part of ApacheCon Miami. Setup of KVM for use with CloudStack can be a little challenging – hence I brought along a previous talk from an EU user group in London to go into a bit more detail on this. 20 more words


NextGen Data Center and Security Strategies

Data Centers are considered to be the vulnerable businesses to cyber-attacks, yet spend the least on defending themselves against hackers

Mobile and broadband providers were found to be most at risk of being attacked by hackers because they hold highly-prized customer information, according to the study from the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR). 1,037 more words


Virtualisation / TechUG talk 22/Feb/17 - Configuration Management best practices

In February I was invited by Mike, Brendon and Gavin to do another talk at the TechUG / Virtualisation user group in Glasgow. Having done a talk about one of my favourite topics –  38 more words