We’re excited to highlight that RackN officially added Rocky Linux support in our recent Digital Rebar v4.7 release! Rocky Linux provides a community maintained alternate to CentOS for operators who are concerned about IBM Red Hat’s migration of the distribution to stream releases. See the Cloud2030 discussion for more details. This 12 minute video shows
Pair of recent posts from TFiR discuss how RackN is changing the game with infrastructure automation. On Digital Rebar v4.6: RackN has announced the release of RackN Digital Rebar v4.6, which introduces a load of new features including continuous provisioning automation with self-contained high availability and multi-platform universal workflow. On Bare Metal IaC: With the
This excellent discussion with Mark Thiele about the real challenges of managing a distributed infrastructure. This excellent discussion with Mark Thiele about the real challenges of managing a distributed infrastructure.
ur industry is building an increasingly heterogeneous and distributed infrastructure without any real architecture from a management perspective. That’s why we have frothy battles about multi-cloud, hybrid IT and microservices that don’t actually help operators run their infrastructure.
You may have an IaC process for your virtual and container environments, but have you extended IaC for VMware hardware? This post will explain how RackN can help you do that! Does IaC for VMware Hardware Make Sense? VMware defines IaC this way: Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the practice of managing and provisioning infrastructure
“IT teams want to be able to provision bare-metal servers as if they were code…. Achieving that goal, however, should not require IT organizations to hire a site reliability engineer (SRE)” Read the full DevOps.com article.