…Michael Ducy kicked things off at the London Cloud Summit with our friends at Red Hat, where he presented "The view here . This intimate event provided the speakers an opportunity to lead conversations - not pontificate - which inspired some very cool idea-sharing.to is Paved with ", which you can
Next up we headed tofor , which is skyrocketing in popularity. Large crowds packed the Config Management Room, where …
…There's a ton of other great talks and as show co-organizer Joe Brockmeier of Red Hat describes it:
"The goal here is to talk about the evolution of the data center, and spotlight some of the technologies and practices that organizations should be using to make the most of their IT investments."
And we're still rolling... back to # . If you're looking to … 2-Day training Feb. 5-6, where we'll conclude our European tour with
…bigger goal, how to support 10 Million Concurrent Connections , which requires even more radical techniques.
No similar challenge was issued for managing servers in a datacenter, but according to Dave Neary from Red Hat, in a recent FLOSS Weekly episode , we have passed the 10K barrier for server management with 10,000 or more servers managed per sysadmin.
Should we let this milestone pass without mention?
…customers! We're excited to announce our latest partnership with general availability of OpenShift Enterprise — the industry's first comprehensive, open on-premise PaaS for the enterprise., Red Hat's offering. Earlier today, they announced the
But they didn't stop there! OpenShift also announced the expansion of the OpenShift PaaS Partner Program , with the addition of new categories and partners. …
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is Red Hat's new, free auto-scaling 'platform as a service' for webapps. It supports , , , , and and seems to be a reasonable entry into a world made popular by Ruby's own .
A rare human interest story for! is a 10 week $12K bootcamp program …
Red Hat has recently begun to make moves into the dynamic app hosting world with OpenShift , a Heroku-style auto-scaling 'Platform as a ' ( ) for webapps. It includes support and along with the news shows a growing interest in the language at the popular open source company.
The JRuby team has also announced the release of JRuby 1.7 preview 1 this week.
(Update: gives their side of the story and says they'll …
…services engagements. We'll work closely withand as well as Red Hat to continue development of and collaborate on JRuby features to support customers running on JRuby on .
This is a great opportunity to add more resources for JRuby and continue the important work that has been accomplished, including the recent JRuby 1.7.0.preview 1 release. We look forward to working with Red Hat and continuing to collaborate with Charles …
…yum and the Red Hat client for Red Hat and ; or almost all of the GUI configuration and control panels on .use for their system tools, such as
It's one of the three official languages used by, alongside and .
And of course, internet startups:, , , , and countless others use Python to build their businesses.
We anticipate that Python will be one …
Back out with thethis weekend. See you Monday.
Joyent Announces the New Joyent Cloud - is in the platform as a service biz, with an announcement of more integrated tools.
OpenShift - Looks like Red Hat is getting into the cloud platform biz too.
What's My DNS? - service that does lookups from a selection of servers worldwide. Good for seeing whether DNS changes have propagated.