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    Matthew Secaur

    Create Windows Server Image for OpenStack

    Create a Cloud image for OpenStack environment for windows server in QCOW2 format. This solves the purposes of running windows instance in a cloud environment.

    Migrate from single-partition boot device to LVM in CentOS7

    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Introduction to Boot Device to LVM Single Partition boot device to LVM: There are times when you have a system that...

    Installing and Configuring Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) on CentOS7

    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Introduction Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) is a block virtualization technology that provides transparent deduplication of data. By eliminating redundant chunks of...

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    I have been in IT for over 20 years, working in Linux Administration, Storage Administration, and public, private, and hybrid cloud technologies.
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    Create a Rolling Update Kubernetes Deployment in 3 ways

    Kubernetes Deployment will help to bring up our Application online in a short span of time with the number of designated Replica sets.

    How to Create a Kubernetes Pod

    Creating our first Kubernetes Pod on our new Kubernetes cluster in some available methods. Let's see how to generate a YAML file from the created Pod as well.

    Install and Configure Collectd Monitoring on Linux

    Start Monitoring your production environment using collectd to collects the system and application performance metrics.

    Introduction to Software RAID and RAID Levels in Linux

    Physical RAID or Software RAID (Redundant array of independent disks are used for reliability, resilience and performance. The most important part is to save our precious data without losing it in a production platform.

    Provisioning Bare Metal and VM from Foreman in 6 easy steps

    By Provisioning Bare metal and virtual machines, We can automate the process of installing an Operating system with the help of Foreman.