Open Source news and support resources, featuring the hottest solutions, technologies and vendors in the Open Source world. Use the powerful checkbox-driven menu to fine-tune the results to exactly what you are looking for in seconds!

Home Open Source

Open Source

Running Citrix in Public Clouds (Azure, AWS and Google)

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
0
So this blogpost is a summary of what I presented on the MYCUGC Cloud XL Webinar series, if you don’t want to read the blogpost I have also attached the slidedeck here as well –> https://www.slideshare.net/mariussandbu/citrix-cloud-xl-running-ctirix-in-public-cloud this blogpost is basically a bit more in-depth and summary of the session itself. The session I highlighted how we can […]

VMware: The Minimum Viable Open Source Project – Inspiration from VMware’s OSTC

VMware
0
At minimum, what should go into an open source project to give it the best chance of success? We’ve been asking ourselves this question lately at VMware’s Open Source Technology Center (OSTC). In this post, I’ll share some pointers we’ve come up with on how to get your new or existing internal project ready for […]

Analyzing Historical Log Data with Chaos Sumo

Chaos Sumo
0
In recent years, many companies have sprung up in the log analytics and monitoring market. It’s no surprise – as more and more complicated software and services are released, the need for deep visibility into those systems increases. With the rise of cloud computing and serverless architectures, centralizing metrics and event data is key to […]

Welcome Red Hat Virtualization 4.2!

Red Hat
0
Hi folks, it is now official – Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 (RHV) has been released! This is a huge milestone for the RHV team as 4.2 delivers more in the themes of ease-of-use, automation, and continued tighter integration with the Red Hat portfolio. As many of you know we have been working on this for […]

Google Cloud Accelerating innovation for cloud-native managed databases

Google Cloud
0
Every application has to store and access operational data, usually in a database. Managed database services can help you ship apps faster and reduce operational toil so you can focus on what makes your business successful and unique. To quote analyst firm Gartner, “Cloud-based deployment models and dbPaaS offerings are growing rapidly as an alternative, […]

Introducing Virtual Data Optimizer to Reduce Cloud and On-premise Storage Costs

Red Hat
0
New to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) is a device mapper module which adds data reduction capabilities to the Linux block storage stack. VDO uses inline compression and data deduplication techniques to transparently shrink data as it is being written to storage media. VDO combines three techniques — zero-block elimination, data […]

Microsoft Azure Service Fabric – announcing Reliable Services on Linux and RHEL support

Microsoft
0
Many customers are using Azure Service Fabric to build and operate always-on, highly scalable, microservice applications. Recently, we open sourced Service Fabric with the MIT license to increase opportunities for customers to participate in the development and direction of the product. Today, we are excited to announce the release of Service Fabric runtime v6.2 and […]

Red Hatters To Present at More Than 50 OpenStack Summit Vancouver Sessions

Red Hat
0
OpenStack Summit returns to Vancouver, Canada May 21-24, 2018, and Red Hat will be returning as well with as big of a presence as ever. Red Hat will be a headline sponsor of the event, and you’ll have plenty of ways to interact with us during the show. First, you can hear from our head […]

How To Set Up A New Virtual Data Optimizer Device Using Cockpit Web Admin Console

Red Hat
0
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, we’ve introduced virtual data optimizer (VDO). VDO allows you to save disk space and reduce replication bandwidth with the help of data compression and data deduplication. In this blog post I want to walk you through how you can use the cockpit Web admin console that comes with Red […]

Cisco ACI loves KVM and Red Hat Virtualization

Cisco
0
Cisco ACI has provided integration with KVM in OpenStack environments quite for some time now. OpenStack is a great technology to implement Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Iaas) with uses cases for Private, Public and Telco clouds. But indeed Openstack provides a cloud platform, tailored to “cattle-type” of workloads, as opposed to “pet-type” workloads.Many organizations will continue to run […]

Fast and easy development with Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL

Microsoft
0
This blog post was co-authored by James Ashley, MR and AI Architect, Microsoft MVP. Developers sometimes get anxious when it comes to hooking up a database for their apps. However, with Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, quickly propping up and accessing a relational database is a piece of cake. These lightweight, open […]

An Introduction to Fast Forward Upgrades in Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Red Hat
0
OpenStack momentum continues to grow as an important component of hybrid cloud, particularly among enterprise and telco. At Red Hat, we continue to seek ways to make it easier to consume. We offer extensive, industry-leading training, an easy to use installation and lifecycle management tool, and the advantage of being able to support the deployment […]

Introducing Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Azure Database for MySQL

Microsoft
0
Develop with open source databases? We’ll show you the new community-based PostgreSQL and MySQL databases for Azure, including its dynamic scalability to meet the performance needs of your apps in seconds, high availability that eradicates the need to set up replicas, Azure Service Integration to add intelligence to your apps. We finish up with how […]

High Availability for SAP HANA in Public Clouds

Red Hat
0
For organizations running production applications, it is essential to provide 99.999% uptime for their mission critical applications and deploy their applications in a highly available configuration so that services are accessible at all times. This translates to accounting for all services within the application stack including storage, networking, and each service required to keep the […]

Visit Our Sponsors

Close