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Ansible, part II – modules and ad-hoc commands

Sending ad-hoc commands is very simple and at the same time opens up many very useful possibilities. Thanks to…

10:45 AM, Jun 23

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Ansible, part I – basics and inventory

Making changes manually is tedious, and problematic in terms of documenting. Ansible addresses both of these problems. It’s great for what…

10:05 AM, Jun 08

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Automation in practice

When we hear about automation, we often see the image of robots and machines replacing people and taking their jobs. Let’s…

11:32 AM, May 25

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What administrators should know about OpenShift?

OpenShift Container Platform is a platform for developing and running containerized applications. It is designed to allow applications and the data…

10:39 AM, May 06

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Server Virtualization Trends Q1 2020 Report

What’s the most commonly used virtualization software in companies? What was the main reason for choosing the software? These and other…

10:44 AM, Apr 21

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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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