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MACsec is an IEEE standard for security in wired ethernet LANs. This blog , will give an overview of what MACsec is, how it differs from other security standards, and present some ideas about how it can be used. 2,210 more words
I’ve recently gotten hold of a developer subscription of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The following are the steps I took to have a minimal RHEL installation as a Parallels Desktop virtual machine guest. 878 more words
Developers have a lot of choices when deciding how to start using OpenShift and Kubernetes locally — without going through a native OS installation.
We all need to have a development environment as close as possible to production (to prevent defects caused by environmental differences), but ideally we need to do this without spending a lot of time to setup and a lot of computational resources (cpu, memory and disk space). 872 more words
Migration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or 6 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with the Preupgrade Assistant
This article describes how an administrator can migrate Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with the help of the Preupgrade Assistant. 607 more words
The concept to save (i.e. checkpoint / dump) the state of a process, at a certain point in time, so that it may later be used to restore / restart the process (to the exact same state) has existed for many years. 1,382 more words