Archive for September, 2013

Get Openstack on CentOS and RHEL with RDO

September 29, 2020

So I have been struggling with the idea of getting to know Openstack in-depth because previous attempts quickly made me realize that it wasn’t going to be easy and I just didn’t have the time. Now some may agree or disagree with me but it’s a pain in the rear to get all the...
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CloudStack 4.2 RPM build how to

September 25, 2020

CloudStack 4.2 is ready for release but the site has not updated so that you can just update your repo and install or upgrade so in this post I'll go thru the process I use to compile from source. You can use this process for other versions but some things may change. You could...
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oVirt 3.3 is now released

September 17, 2020

oVirt 3.3 is now release. If you have no idea what oVirt is or what it's used for put simply it's pretty similar to VMware vCenter except open source and doesn't manage ESX. oVirt is a centralized management solution used to manage KVM hosts and GlusterFS as well as other aspects of your virtualization...
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At CloudOpen and LinuxCon

September 15, 2020

I ready for CloudOpen and LinuxCon this year in New Orleans. It's a bit funny I was just in New Orleans not long ago for TechEd 2013. There's a lot ahead but here are some of the things I'm looking forward to.
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MSFT are trying to further weaken Red Hat more publicly

September 4, 2020

Now I don't think I have to say that this came from someone employed at a certain company that starts with an "S" and ends with an "E". I have nothing against the company or this person that sent the email because I understand where that persons motives are. But don't try to sell...
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