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New beta: Software Collections 2.2 and Developer Toolset 4.1

Red Hat Developer Toolset has already been available for nearly four years and Red Hat Software Collections has been out for two and a half. We’ve seen excellent adoption of these as more and more developers and customers utilize the newer technologies that become available. 230 more words

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Introducing atomic scan - Container vulnerability detection

In the world of containers, there is a desperate need to be able to scan container images for known vulnerabilities and configuration problems, and as we proliferate containers and bundled applications into the enterprise, many groups and companies have started to build container scanning tools. 1,771 more words

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Why Use SSSD Instead of a Direct LDAP Configuration for Applications?

In my Identity Management and Application Integration blog post I talk about how applications can make the most of the identity ecosystem. For example, a number of applications have integrated Apache modules and SSSD to provide a more flexible authentication experience.   676 more words

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Fedora Media Writer - The fastest way to create Live-USB boot media

This post will provide a quick tutorial about Fedora Media Writer, and its usage in both Fedora and Windows. Fedora Media Writer is a very small, lightweight, comprehensive tool that simplifies the linux getting started experience – it downloads and writes your favorite Fedora flavor onto a USB drive, which can be later used to boot up any system. 172 more words

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Add existing clients to Satellite 6.1 server

After a bunch of Googling, some educated guesses, and a few oh-god-I-hope-I-don’t-break-something’s, I managed to come up with a solution for adding existing RHEL 6.x and 5.x servers as content hosts on a Satellite 6.1 server. 307 more words

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Redhatloves.net and #dotNETonLinux

Much has changed in the IT world in the last few years,  first Microsoft Loves Linux and now Red Hat Loves .NET.

I suspect for many of you it is a bit bewildering, however, there are huge wins here for software developers. 374 more words

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New diagnostics and troubleshooting course and exam

A fresh take on a core course in our Red Hat Enterprise Linux portfolio was introduced in late March 2016. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (RH342), a four day course, and a replacement and complete rewrite of our former “Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting” (RH242) course which was available on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6. 349 more words