• OpenShift for Developers. Streamline Application D... 0

    The Red Hat OpenShift 4 release focuses on tooling that is designed to deliver a developer-centric user experience. In previous blog we’ve introduced number of developer tools and now we’ll look at wider ecosystem of application development and deployment solutions which are available in OpenShift. Service Mesh Based on the Istio, Kiali and Jaeger projects

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  • RHEL 8 for data centers and cloud environments. Wh... 0

    In the next part of this article, we will go mostly through the better handling of software packages and more functional and safer support for containers and images. These elements are increasingly important in data centers and cloud environments. Before we get to it, let’s start with the most interesting feature for bare metal servers

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  • Backup and Restore of Kubernetes containers 0

    In an earlier blog post, I discussed the transformation that is occurring in the virtualization industry. That article went on to describe the increased adoption of various open-source hypervisor platforms and how the virtualization market continues to grow at a remarkable rate. Along with that growth and increased adoption comes evolution and new ideas. One

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  • Web-based management interface, sessions recording... 0

    In the third part of this article, we will go through further improvements of the RHEL8 system, like: more efficient and secure graphic environment (GNOME and Wayland), recording of administrative sessions (terminal session recording), web-based management interface (Cockpit and its integration with Red Hat Satellite), simplified support for advanced disk system functions, better use of

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  • OpenShift for Developers – Part I: Open sour... 0

    In this article We’d like to introduce to you set of Openshift Container Platform developer tools which can accelerate application development. New developer oriented Web Console perspective OpenShift Container Platform 4.2 introduces an alternative perspective in the OpenShift Web Console that will sit beside the admin console and focus on developer use cases. This is

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  • Safer DNS, e-mail and other improvements of RHEL 8 0

    In the first part of this article, we wrote about high-performance packet processing at the network adapter level using XDP and eBPF, and about the possibility of achieving greater throughput with lower latency, thanks to the BBR algorithm for TCP. These two new possibilities of the RHEL8 system bring benefits to everyone, regardless of the

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  • Why to choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8? 0

    No one likes renovations. Changes in IT systems and data centers will continue to be more and more noticeable and expensive. The reason for this is the increasing complexity of these environments, as well as the growing amount of data, services and applications. This year, on May 7 2019, the 8th version of Red Hat

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  • Self-Service Backup Automation using CloudForms wi... 0

    Growing market expectations to deliver services on demand with minimized waiting time has strong influence on IT services. It can be observed that during past years the central point of interest of IT services is automation of all parts that can be automated. Most business processes went through transformation to exclude as many wastes as

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  • How and why vProtect displaced Bacula for protecti... 0

    After years of almost exponential growth, with many businesses virtualizing over 80% of their workloads, the virtualization industry has hit a tipping point. Now more than ever, organizations are questioning the value proposition of the “Big Two”, VMware and Hyper-V, and looking at alternative hypervisors. And this means looking at backup eco-system alternatives as well.

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  • How to use Roles. Ansible for oVirt/RHV – Part I... 0

    Last time we spent some time to understand how Ansible works with RHV/oVirt infrastructure. We discussed all necessary packages and tools we need to start our first automation task. Then finally we were able to write and execute out first playbook against our demo RHV infrastructure. That was last time. In this post we will

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