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Meet and Greet Red Hat Experts at SAP TechEd

Do you have questions about how Red Hat JBoss Middleware fits into your SAP landscape? Or how to configure your High Availability environment? How to get the most out of your Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Applications or Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA subscriptions? 724 more words

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Managing temporary files with systemd-tmpfiles on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Have you ever used a temporary directory? I’m guessing if you use a computer, you’ve used one of these. It’s a core feature of nearly every operating-system. 1,273 more words

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Your Cloud Installed Before Lunch with QuickStart Cloud Installer 1.0

What if I told you that you can have your Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) based Cloud infrastructure, with Red Hat Virtualization, OpenStack, OpenShift and CloudForms all setup before you have to stop for lunch? 888 more words

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P/Invoke in .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

P/Invoke(Platform Invocation Service) is one of the features of CLI (Common Language Interface) on .NET Framework. P/Invoke enables managed code to call a native function in DLL (Dynamic Link Library). 530 more words

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PCI Series: Requirement 3 – Protect Stored Cardholder Data

Welcome to another post dedicated to the use of Identity Management (IdM) and related technologies in addressing the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). 270 more words

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Container Tidbits: The Tenancy Scale

We often compare the security of containers to virtual machines and ask ourselves “…which is more secure?”  I have argued for a while now that comparing containers to virtual machines is really a false premise – we should instead be comparing containers to 593 more words

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A simple guide to provisioning Vagrant boxes with Ansible

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been working on some Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite workshop material. One part of the workshop is a four-hour lab that guides the attendees through the development of JBoss BPM Suite 6.x processes, rules and applications (note that this workshop is available to our customers, please contact your Red Hat account manager or local Red Hat sales representative for more information), but I’m going to be sharing part of the story with you today. 1,445 more words

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