Most of us have been in a position when you felt you were ready to take on the next step. Maybe, you were in the final year of your college studies; maybe, you are a self-taught developer, or administrator. In either case, there comes a time where you feel ready to pounce, ready to take on real-world challenges. You send out CVs, you start networking, you talk to people. Some offers have already fled, you see, for they were never within your reach. Other offers are on the table, but you are not completely sure of them. What’s more, they are not completely sure of you, either.
This post was originally published on Ales Nosek – The Software Practitioner.
In this article I am going to show you how to attach a debugger and a VisualVM profiler to the Java application running on OpenShift. The approach described here doesn’t make use of the Jolokia bridge. Instead, we are going to leverage the port-forwarding feature of OpenShift.
Automation within enterprise IT is not a new topic. Whether it’s automating the creation of a user desktop or a server, the drive has always been to automate as much as possible to achieve faster time to market and efficiency. What has changed, though, is the number of infrastructure elements one can automate within an IT org. I still remember my first job in college 15 years ago where I used a variety of tools to automatically deploy and configure Windows XP simultaneously across 50 desktop machines for a classroom lab environment. Today not only can we automate desktop computer deployments but also servers, applications, and even networking.
Are you still coding your API client libraries by hand? Is your manually maintained API documentation drifting away from what was actually implemented? You may be interested in reviewing the two popular technologies that solve this problem. In this article, we are going to look at OpenAPI and gRPC side-by-side.
Kaunas Information Technology School helps Lithuanians choose a marketable profession, then develop the skills and qualifications needed to meet market demand and obtain a job in IT. To expand its Linux® and open source curricula, the school decided to offer Red Hat Training and Certification through Red Hat Academy, a partnership program with educational organizations. By offering the Red Hat Certified System Administrator course and exam, students gain hands-on experience with Linux technology, improving their job prospects, while the school improves its reputation and competitiveness in the academic community.
As enterprises shift to modern, cloud-native application development, they need an effective way to enable developers and development teams on the technology. The enablement has to scale across the enterprise, across multiple lines of business where developers work, as well as across geographic boundaries where they reside. It also has to support exploration, given that developers are often motivated by curiosity.
Recently I passed the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Gluster Storage Administration exam. In this blog post, I would like to share some of my experience and exam tips with you.
Like many others in the technology industry, I share a passion for artificial intelligence (AI). This year at OpenStack Summit in Berlin, I presented a talk around parallel AI training. OpenStack lends itself well to big data problems.