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Red Hat Identity Manager: Part 2 - Enterprise PKI Made Easy

This is the second installment in a series about using Red Hat Identity Management (IdM) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora (using the upstream FreeIPA project). 1,442 more words

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.NET Entity Framework Core 1.0 RC2

As .NET Core matures into a production-ready software product, more and more information is becoming available regarding what to expect. While the changes haven’t been too big to understand, there… 685 more words

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Three easy steps to get started with Software Collections on RHEL

How would you like a development environment on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) set up in less than a minute? Having multiple versions of software installed at the same time?  506 more words

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Configuring NGINX to log HTTP POST data on Linux / RHEL

NGINX is a powerful web server that can easily handle high volumes of HTTP traffic. Each time NGINX handles a connection, a log entry is generated to store some information this connection like remote IP address, response size and status code, etc. 570 more words

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Red Hat Shares Could Rise 30% In a Year

Red Hat shares could rise 30% in a year as more companies use its server software, according to a report on Sunday in the financial publication Barron’s. 112 more words


Architecting Containers Part 5: Building a Secure and Manageable Container Software Supply Chain


In Architecting Containers Part 4: Workload Characteristics and Candidates for Containerization we investigated the level of effort necessary to containerize different types of workloads. In this article I am going to address several challenges facing organizations that are deploying containers – how to patch containers and how to determine which teams are responsible for the container images. 2,613 more words

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3 Reasons I Should Build My Containerized Applications on RHEL and OpenShift

Red Hat has always given operations teams value in deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), and that’s no different in a containerized world.  But, as a developer, why should I build on RHEL? 516 more words

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