Linux

Containers Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin (E67) | Making Virtual Machines do a Kubernetes dance

Virtual machines have been a part of OpenShift since version 4.5, when OpenShift Virtualization was released as a fully supported feature for all entitlements. As OpenShift Virtualization has matured it has become more and more integrated with other features of OpenShift, such as Pipelines, Service Mesh, GitOps, and more. This stream we’re joined by Chandler […]

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Linux

The New Peppermint OS 11 is WAY FASTER than Windows 11!

Lent is still going on and my “giving up Windows for Lent” experiment is going better than expected. Peppermint OS 11 makes massive changes in form of the new Debian Base and Unified XFCE desktop. The system that is famous for its super-fast performance is now reborn with an even robust engine under the hood […]

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IoT Maker

Introducing the Portenta X8 by Arduino Pro

This looks interesting. Portenta X8 is a powerful, industrial-grade SOM with Linux OS preloaded onboard, capable of running device-independent software thanks to its modular container architecture. It offers the best of two approaches: flexibility of usage of Linux combined with real-time applications through the Arduino environment. Leverage Wi-Fi/Bluetooth® Low Energy connectivity to securely perform OS/application […]

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Red Hat

Managing container image lifecycles

What happens when you have to upgrade container images in production? If you’re new to container management, maintaining container image lifecycles may seem complex or intimidating. We’ll explore the Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog and Container Catalog and discuss how often to upgrade, automating upgrades, Certified Container Images, the Container Health Index and more.

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Linux Windows

Windows 11 vs Linux Mint vs Manjaro KDE vs Fedora 35 – Speed Test!

Some side-by-side speed testing including boot speed, rendering, and transfers.

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Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin about Service Mesh

Do you need better insight into how your application services are communicating with each other? Do you wish you had the ability to fully implement blue/green deployment scenarios with little administrative overhead? Red Hat Service Mesh gives OpenShift Administrators insights to their clusters with built-in observability and traceability features. They can control traffic distribution to […]

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Google Linux

Chrome OS Flex Turns Old Laptops Into Fast Chromebooks

Recently, Google made a pretty monumental announcement in the form of Chrome OS Flex, but as most users will likely note, Chrome OS Flex bears some pretty striking resemblance to a product that has been in circulation for years at this point: Neverware’s CloudReady. Those same users will also likely note that Google acquired Neverware […]

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Linux

Linux Operating System – Crash Course for Beginners

Learn the basics of the Linux Operating System in this crash course for beginners. Linux is a clone of the UNIX operating system, so understanding one is understanding the other. The goal is for you to get a full understanding of how the Linux OS works. If you’re still using Windows or Mac OS, you […]

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