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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.5
The best thing about Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host team is that they release a new version of Atomic Host every six weeks. According to their team, this enables them to balance the reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with exciting new features and capabilities. Recently, RHEL team...
Linux Container for Enhancements
Removing capabilities from container is not a difficult task but what if you want to add capabilities to a Linux container. Many people remove different capabilities according to the need, whereas in some situations users need to add capabilities in order to get their container to run. In order to...
Red Hat Directory Server 10 Now Available
A few months ago, Red Hat announced the general availability of Red Hat Directory Server 10. RHDS 10 is the latest version of Red Hat’s open source, network based registry server. Red Hat Directory Server 10 is built on the same technology delivered by the 389 Directory Server Project....
help of project managers
In this fast paced IT industry, understanding and implementing dispersed team dynamics is a timely consideration. This is only because most corporations are cutting down on real estate costs, offering employees more flexible work models, and investing in expertise located anywhere around the world with the help of project...
virtualization platform for migration
As we all know that virtualization platform and technology has been around for a while and since there’s been an increase in IT organizations migrating their workload from traditional virtualization to open source platforms such as Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. When you are ready to migrate a workload to the...
rhev hooks in enterprise
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization hooks are a special kind of user-defined command. RHEV hooks are basically a custom script that executes at a certain point during a RHEV event. You can also attach scripts to several events. A hook can also be defined which is run after the command...
linux platform characteristics
It is very hard to decide that which platform is the most appropriate for a given a workload. There are many Linux platform and when we start solving problems around automation, continuous integration, ease of upgrades, operational complexity, uptime, compliance and many other complex issues, only then it becomes...
Linux File System options
File systems are one of the important layers beneath the operating system that we don’t even think about. Linux file system has a variety of supported file systems built into the kernel. Different file systems have different features, so it is really important to know when to use which...
containerize RHEL applications
As soon as the RHEL 7 was launched, there was a need to containerize RHEL 6 applications to run on RHEL 7. It was necessary to run your existing RHEL 6 applications on RHEL 7 without porting or making changes to your source code. All the applications that have been...
PaaS openshift by red hat
First of all, let’s start with what actually PaaS is? PaaS (Platform as a Service) can be defined as cloud computing services platform that allow developers to launch and manage their web applications without the complexity of infrastructure and maintenance. PaaS, in other words help you focus on code...