We’re giving away one EdgeLab (preso) to a community member who is interested in helping us tell the EdgeLab.Digital story by creating unboxing and operational blog posts and videos. If you are willing to participate in this way, please let us know by completing the form below. We’ll select one
Joining us this week is Eric Wright, Director Technical Marketing/Evangelist at Turbonomic and podcaster/evangelist at Discoposse.com talking open source. Highlights: RANT on cloud terminology w/ new terms “DevOpsishFullStackishness” & “Woke IT” Open source communities, vendors, and value of users Edge Computing – definition, Turbonomic Role in
Running data centers is a complex challenge as the typical environment consists of multiple hardware platforms, operating systems, and processes to manage. Operators face daily “fire drills” to keep the machines running while simultaneously trying to expand service offerings and learn new technologies. The adoption of virtualization and cloud has
In this week’s L8ist Sh9y Podcast, we bring on the Digital Rebar team at RackN to discuss several issues they have working on over the past few months: Patch Rest APIs and CLI : Scaling Challenges Require Patch Swagger API History and Changes : No CLI Generation Integrations to Existing
Shane Gibson, Community Evangelist takes the viewer on a tour of the Digital Rebar Provision tool running all the freely open and available community content packages. The tour consists of both CLI and Web UI options allowing the user to select a platform they are most comfortable with. Video
While open source has changing the IT industry, it also has a cost. The days of using software passively from vendors are past, users need to have a voice and opinion. The need to ensure that their chosen vendors are also supporting the health of the community.
Preface: RackN is looking for SRE teams who are enthusiastic about accelerating Kubernetes on-premises in a long term operational way that can be shared and reused across the community. We’re excited to see and be part of the community progress towards enterprise-ready Kubernetes operations on both cloud and on-premises. The RackN