A collaboration blog with Dynatrace & Red Hat Open Innovation Labs
Summer kicked off for Dynatrace in the Boston seaport district this year, spending time with our partner Red Hat at Red Hat Open Innovation Labs. We learned that digital transformation is not just about technology, it’s about changing the culture in which you do business and striving for innovation.
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Containers run on Linux. Linux is containers. Red Hat has never been better positioned in the container market, but successful container adoption hinges on a lot more than software containers themselves. Improved software delivery — enabled by containers — requires changes to process, methods, and culture. Enter DevOps.
We are seeking open source enthusiasts to join our team — experts and evangelists who want to be at the cutting edge of how customers increasingly do business. Learn why the time is now to join Red Hat Consulting and hear from the team (you may soon be working with)!
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Most integration projects start small. However, in order to keep the lights on, businesses need to ensure these instances have high availability requirements and scalability to keep up with growing workloads. But how can you automate the deployment of a high availability configuration, while continuing to process messages without losing data?
In this short video, we discuss a few tips for creating Ansible playbooks to deploy AMQ brokers throughout your enterprise.
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Next week in Vancouver, Canada thousands of OpenStack users will meet at the seventeenth annual OpenStack Summit. This year will expand beyond OpenStack to cover topics like CI/CD, container infrastructure, Edge Computing, HPC, Open Source communities, private, hybrid, and public cloud, and telecommunications.
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As Walter Bentley mentions in his webinar, when it comes to technology, a lot of the times we get caught up in details. Technology is actually pretty simple stuff; at a high level we’re dealing with a handful of large components like servers, clouds, virtual machines, storage, applications, and more.
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For Red Hat customers using Satellite 5 and its “System Groups” & “System Group Administrator” functionality, only specified users are allowed to manage certain groups of systems (system groups).
Continue reading “Mimic System Group Administrator Role with Active Directory as LDAP Authentication Backend”
Remote Execution is a very useful feature of Satellite 6. This long anticipated feature made its first appearance in version 6.2. Much has changed since the days of Remote Command in Satellite 5. Most significantly Remote Execution relies on ssh, instead of a client side daemon. This change introduces some new security considerations for hardened environments. Let’s take a closer look.
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