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Microsoft: Missed Azure OpenDev? Watch the videos on-demand now!

Microsoft
On Wednesday, June 21, Microsoft hosted the first ever Azure OpenDev virtual event, and I was blown away by the community support and response! The event was only made possible with the amazing support of partners such as Canonical, Red Hat, Docker, Pivotal, and Chef. OpenDev brought to life what’s possible with open source in […]

All of IOT Starting with the Latest Raspberry Pi from Beginner to Advanced – Book Volume 1

IT Books
Introduction to the title  =============== 1. This book guides readers who know nothing about IOT from basic-level topics to high-level knowledge so that they can understand general concept and details of IOT, and implement and experience the real IOT project directly. 2. This book covers a wide range of topics, starting from the introduction of […]

Microservices with Docker on Microsoft Azure (includes Content Update Program)

IT Books
Book + Content Update Program “Beyond just describing the basics, this book dives into best practices every aspiring microservices developer or architect should know.” —Foreword by Corey Sanders, Partner Director of Program Management, Azure Microservice-based applications enable unprecedented agility and ease of management, and Docker containers are ideal for building them. Microsoft Azure offers all […]

Roles in Remote Desktop Manager

Devolutions
In the past, when discussing security in Remote Desktop Manager, we talked about Security Groups. But things have changed and we are moving towards a Role Based Security System, since this gives you more flexibility than ever and offers a more granular protection system. Roles are available with an advanced data source (SQL Server, SQL […]

Another Day, Another Award for ScaleArc!

ScaleArc
We did it again! The ScaleArc software has repeatedly earned kudos in the industry, from our customers, from Gartner, and from industry press. Today we announced our software won a Gold Stevie® Award– the top winner of New Product of the Year in Software for Cloud Infrastructure. Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word meaning “crowned,” […]

Microsoft Azure CLI 2.0: new commands, features; available now in Azure Cloud Shell

Microsoft
As announced previously on this blog, we continue to make constant progress in adding new features to and stabilizing Azure CLI 2.0 over last several months. At Microsoft Build 2017, we announced new functionality available in Azure CLI 2.0 through these new or significantly enhanced command modules – appservices, cdn, cognitive services, cosmosdb, data lake […]

AWS Certified Solutions Architect Official Study Guide – Associate Exam

IT Books
Validate your AWS skills.  This is your opportunity to take the next step in your career by expanding and validating your skills on the AWS cloud.  AWS has been the frontrunner in cloud computing products and services, and the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Official Study Guide for the Associate exam will get you fully prepared […]

VMware: Stateful Containers on vSphere with the Orchestrator of your choice – Docker Swarm or Google Kubernetes

VMware
If you analyze the list of most pulled images on Docker Hub, images for running data intensive workloads in containers are among the most used of the top 10-15 images. Mongo, MySQL, Redis, Postgres, etc. each have over 10 million pulls and this tells a story by itself. Additionally, containers do not meet the requirements […]

VMware: Deploying WordPress in vSphere Integrated Containers

VMware
WordPress is a popular, open-source tool for the agile deployment of a blogging system. In this article, we offer a step-by-step guide for deploying WordPress in vSphere Integrated Containers. This involves creating two containers: one running a mysql database and the other running the wordpress web server. We provide three options: Deploy using docker commands in […]

Red Hat Fedora Goes to FOSDEM

Red Hat
I had the pleasure of going to FOSDEM this year and the annual spectacular didn’t cease to deliver. During this year’s conference, my second FOSDEM, I worked with Brian Stinson of CentOS fame to produce the Distributions Devroom. FOSDEM gets busier every year and the Distributions Devroom was no different. For almost the entire day, […]

VMware: New KB articles published for week ending 12/17/16 – KB Digest

VMware
VMware App Volumes  Windows 10 support fo App Volumes 2.12 (2148177) Date Published: 12/13/2016 VMware ESXi Enabling the config option vmxnet3FlapThrottleRate in a virtual machine (2148348) Date Published: 12/16/2016 Support for OSP upgrade in VMware Tools 10.1.0 and later (2143638) Date Published: 12/14/2016 Map disk region events are generated during the virtual machine back up […]

Password Vault Manager for iOS 3.0 Is Now Available!

Devolutions
For all of you iPhone and iPad users out there, we have an early holiday gift: Password Vault Manager for iOS 3.0 is here! What’s New Password Vault Manager for iOS 3.0 features plenty of improvements and enhancements. Here’s a look at some of the big changes: New Security Provider New Permissions Multi-Repository Added a […]

Nexenta Delivers the First Scale-Out Software-Defined Storage Platform for Container-Converged Infrastructures

Nexenta
NexentaEdge DevOps Edition is now available “FREE” for download from Docker hub, providing DevOps teams enterprise grade scale-out storage optimized to support and protect containerized applications and their data Nexenta (@Nexenta(link is external)), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced a DevOps Edition of its award-winning scale-out block, file and object storage platform, NexentaEdge. NexentaEdge DevOps Edition(link is external) is a high performance storage […]

Challenges of Scaling MySQL

ScaleArc
E-commerce is the practice of selling or buying goods and transmitting data or funds over the internet. It is getting quite popular these days with more and more consumers choosing to shop from the comfort of their homes, at any time they want. A lot of e-commerce websites are built using MySQL databases due to […]

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