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How To Install WordPress With Docker Compose

Introduction WordPress is a free and open-source Content Management System (CMS) built on a MySQL database with PHP processing. Thanks to its extensible plugin architecture and templating system, and the fact that most of its administration can be done through the web interface, WordPress is a popular choice when creating different types of websites, from Read more about How To Install WordPress With Docker Compose[…]

Using Infoblox as a dynamic inventory in Red Hat Ansible Tower

Do you still use spreadsheets to keep track of all your device inventory? Do you have Infoblox Appliances deployed in your infrastructure? Do you want to start automating without the burden of maintaining a static register of devices? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this blog is for you. Operations teams often Read more about Using Infoblox as a dynamic inventory in Red Hat Ansible Tower[…]

Blog: Kyma – extend and build on Kubernetes with ease

Authors: Lukasz Gornicki (SAP) According to this recently completed CNCF Survey, the adoption rate of Cloud Native technologies in production is growing rapidly. Kubernetes is at the heart of this technological revolution. Naturally, the growth of cloud native technologies has been accompanied by the growth of the ecosystem that surrounds it. Of course, the complexity Read more about Blog: Kyma – extend and build on Kubernetes with ease[…]

New – Opt-in to Default Encryption for New EBS Volumes

My colleagues on the AWS team are always looking for ways to make it easier and simpler for you to protect your data from unauthorized access. This work is visible in many different ways, and includes the AWS Cloud Security page, the AWS Security Blog, a rich collection of AWS security white papers, an equally Read more about New – Opt-in to Default Encryption for New EBS Volumes[…]

AWS Ground Station – Ready to Ingest & Process Satellite Data

Last fall I told you about AWS Ground Station and gave you a sneak preview of the steps that you would take to downlink data from a satellite. I am happy to report that the first two ground stations are now in operation, and that you can start using AWS Ground Station today. Using AWS Read more about AWS Ground Station – Ready to Ingest & Process Satellite Data[…]

Announcing Terraform 0.12

We are very proud to announce the release of Terraform 0.12. Terraform 0.12 is a major update that includes dozens of improvements and features spanning the breadth and depth of Terraform’s functionality. Some highlights of this release include: * First-class expression syntax: express references and expressions directly rather than using string interpolation syntax. * Generalized Read more about Announcing Terraform 0.12[…]

HashiCorp Consul supports Microsoft’s new Service Mesh Interface

Today at KubeCon EU in Barcelona, Microsoft introduced a new specification, the Service Mesh Interface (SMI), for implementing service mesh providers into Kubernetes environments. The Service Mesh Interface (SMI) is a specification for service meshes that run on Kubernetes. It defines a common standard that can be implemented by a variety of providers. This allows Read more about HashiCorp Consul supports Microsoft’s new Service Mesh Interface[…]

How To Back Up Large Directories with Unison On Ubuntu 18.04

The author selected the Free and Open Source Fund to receive a donation as part of the Write for DOnations program. Introduction Unison is an open-source file synchronization tool. It is very efficient at backing up large corpuses of data where only a few files have been added or updated. This situation occurs in, for Read more about How To Back Up Large Directories with Unison On Ubuntu 18.04[…]

New – Updated Pay-Per-Use Pricing Model for AWS Config Rules

AWS Config rules give you the power to perform Dynamic Compliance Checking on your Cloud Resources. Building on the AWS Resource Configuration Tracking provided by AWS Config, you can use a combination of predefined and custom rules to continuously and dynamically check that all changes made to your AWS resources are compliant with the conditions Read more about New – Updated Pay-Per-Use Pricing Model for AWS Config Rules[…]

Blog: Kubernetes, Cloud Native, and the Future of Software

Authors: Brian Grant (Google), Jaice Singer DuMars (Google) Kubernetes, Cloud Native, and the Future of Software Five years ago this June, Google Cloud announced a new application management technology called Kubernetes. It began with a simple open source commit, followed the next day by a one-paragraph blog mention around container support. Later in the week, Read more about Blog: Kubernetes, Cloud Native, and the Future of Software[…]