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Persistent Volumes: why use them, and how to protect them

I’m sure I am not the only one, but I still have that recurring dream where I am halfway through an…

10:28 AM, Mar 19

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Quarkus: a next-generation Kubernetes native Java framework

Quarkus is a Kubernetes Native Java framework tailored for GraalVM and HotSpot, crafted from best-of-breed Java libraries and standards. The goal…

10:25 AM, Feb 25

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Docker is no more… 

… anyway in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. And while the title may look a bit provoking – it really…

08:16 AM, Feb 20

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Protect VMs in Nutanix Acropolis and other hypervisors without a need to “Rip and Replace”

In a world that seems to be dominated by “next big thing” messaging, VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V have found a way…

01:39 PM, Jan 23

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Backup strategies for OpenStack environments

Even though OpenStack environments were meant to be stateless by design (so that VMs could be easily recovered from templates) –…

11:18 AM, Jan 16

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OpenShift for Developers. Streamline Application Delivery

The Red Hat OpenShift 4 release focuses on tooling that is designed to deliver a developer-centric user experience. In previous blog…

12:32 PM, Dec 10

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RHEL 8 for data centers and cloud environments. What you should know.

In the next part of this article, we will go mostly through the better handling of software packages and more…

02:09 PM, Dec 04

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Backup and Restore of Kubernetes containers

In an earlier blog post, I discussed the transformation that is occurring in the virtualization industry. That article went on to describe the…

11:58 AM, Nov 07

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