Introducing Edge Lab for data center class automation and platforms on your desktop With cloud, it’s too easy to get detached from the hardware that’s actually running under all those amazing platforms. But what if there was an affordable way to duplicate the data center API ops experience? One without
This article by Matt Asay with Tech Republic discusses the history and motivations behind our decision to pursue an open ecosystem strategy with Digital Rebar v4. Why RackN turned its Open Core licensing model on its head By Matt Asay w Tech Republic One of the more interesting areas of
Rob was on the Cloud Talk Show (ep 16) with Larry Smithmier and Ralph Rivas. Join Ralph and Larry as they talk to Rob Hirschfeld about how he is helping solve the problems below the cloud. RackN helps companies work with bare metal (not metal bears) programatically, so you can
Super Deep Dive into DHCP, PXE Boot, and Remote Installation
It will disrupt the supply chain. It will create a talent crisis. It may bring our servers and cloud to a halt. IT teams should not think that their cloud is immune to this virus. It’s not. COVID-19 has disrupted business-as-usual for organisations globally. While the long-term ramifications of the
Note: RackN is a VMware Ecosystem Partner RackN is working with VMware to deeply integrate v7 into Digital Rebar. This includes a focus on enabling Secure Boot and Trusted Platform processes and VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) handoffs. We have significantly streamlined VMware “bring your own hardware” deployments for customers allowing
ANNOUNCING Digital Rebar v4.3 [Press Release on Digital Journal, The New Stack, vmBlog] Final Release Notes RackN integrated infrastructure as code (IaC) features can now expand to manage distributed sites. Customers are using this capability to develop automation in a lab, validate it against a secure test environment and then
This TFIR video wraps up of our series about AWS Outposts. We discuss the broader industry impact in this short video about why AWS Outposts validates the need for operator owned, on-premises infrastructure. Want some background, check out Part 1 and Part 2.