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Containing System Services in Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Part 1

At the 2017 Red Hat Summit, several people asked me “We normally use full VMs to separate network services like DNS and DHCP, can we use containers instead?”. 1,829 more words

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Red Hat offers free Fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise Linux introductory course through edX.org

Red Hat is pleased to announce it has partnered with edX to deliver free technology training to the public. EdX was founded by MIT and Harvard and is the only leading provider of massive open online courses that is both non-profit and open source. 365 more words


Bring Your Performance & Scale Problems to the Experts. Beer Included.

Is your server running slowly?

Has your network tuning run amuck?

Is Red Hat OpenShift not scaling for you?

If you’re attending Red Hat Summit… 84 more words

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Microsoft, Red Hat, and HPE Collaboration Delivers Choice & Value to Enterprise Customers

In the world of heterogeneous data centers – having multiple operating systems running on different hardware platforms (and architectures) is the norm.  Even traditional applications and databases are being migrated or abstracted using Java and other interpreted languages to minimize the impact on the end user, if they decide to run on a different platform. 590 more words

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Red Hat Summit 2017 - Planning your InfraOps labs

This year in Boston, MA you can attend the Red Hat Summit 2017, the event to get your updates on open source technologies and meet with all the experts you follow throughout the year. 1,056 more words

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Events and Monitoring Supercharging your Operational Intelligence

Previously in The Quest for Operations Intelligence, the focus was placed on what can be delivered with log aggregation and how to improve it. A conclusion was that to have full situational awareness on IT, you would need logs, metrics, configuration and events information correlated for easy one stop analysis when problems arise. 705 more words

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