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Direct, or Indirect, that is the Question...

In my last post I reviewed some of my observations from the RSA Security Conference. As mentioned, I enjoyed the opportunity to speak with conference attendees about Red Hat’s Identity Management (IdM) offerings. 941 more words

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How to Remove failed & faulty storage (SAN) devices from server.

Procedure to remove failed & faulty SAN devices from your Linux server.

  1. First un-mount the file system(s) that mounted the device(s).
  2. If device(s) is a member of an LVM volume group, first remove LV (lvremove), then VG (vgremove) & then PV (pvremove)
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Software-defined storage can deliver the promise of OpenStack Manila

This week at OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, Red Hat announced integrated OpenStack Manila shared file system services with Red Hat Gluster Storage to provide enterprises with a scale-out file system for OpenStack clouds. 533 more words

Openstack

Imagine this - the life of an image

Imagine this: deploy an application from code-commit to qa, validate through automated testing, and then push the same image into production with no manual intervention, no outage, no configuration changes, and with full audibility through change records. 559 more words

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

OpenStack gang vows clouds that work well with others

One of the hurdles that OpenStack, the open source answer to Amazon’s proprietary cloud ecosystem, has faced since its inception nearly five years ago, is the fear that the various… 607 more words

Tech

The Atomic App Concept..."It All Starts When a Nulecule Comes Out of its Nest"

In a recent blog post on the appc spec, I mentioned Project Atomic’s evolving Nulecule spec as an attempt to move beyond the current limitations of the container model. 1,021 more words

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Stop Gambling with Upgrades, Murphy’s Law Always Wins

It Started with Developers

Developers were the first adopters of containers for application creation. Now that containers have made their way into production environments, operations teams are starting to look deeper at what benefit they bring. 846 more words

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