Posted by Dmytro Khomenko on December 4, 2019
It’s NVMe time! How StarWind makes it possible to present true performance of PCIe SSDs over the network

iSCSI and Fiber Channel have proven themselves as reliable partners of mission-critical operations over the last two decades, true. However, despite iSCSI’s praise, it can’t properly talk to flash, thereby hindering you from achieving the performance SSDs truly promise. Fortunately, we’ve been working really hard to resolve that mishap, and we’ve finally nailed it!

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Posted by Benoit Voirin on November 28, 2019
Cyber Security – Where to Start – Part 2

If the previous part, you read about general boundaries of cybersecurity and why it’s mandatory to uphold. Continuing the topic, the initial steps to ensuring your business is cyber-secure, you need to create a solid foundation. Baseline OS security tools have to be configured and active 24/7, and much success of cybersecurity depends on educating your staff.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on November 26, 2019
What Is New in vRealize Operations Manager 8.0?

Cohesiveness is something hyperconvergence vendors have been really going for this year. Recently, VMware has introduced its vRealize Operations Managers 8.0, an update of its “friendly admin” type of product. The new version has additions to workload planning, cost comparison, HCI nodes removal, scalability, on-prem/cloud health monitoring, and more.

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Posted by Romain Serre on November 21, 2019
Restore a VM to Azure from Veeam

Veeam enables to restore a VM to Azure from the latest recovery point. The main goal of this feature is disaster recovery. In case of failure, you can restart VMs in Azure. This feature can also be used to migrate the workload from On-Prem to Microsoft Azure. You can also restore a VM in Amazon EC2. In this topic, we’ll see how to restore a VM from Veeam to Microsoft Azure.

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Posted by Alex Samoylenko on November 19, 2019
VMware Project Pacific: VMs and containerized applications – best of both worlds

Security issues, unfortunately, remain a priority even today, because, obviously, there is no such thing as too much protection. In the case of the custom domains on your apps, the same rules apply. Luckily, there is a new security feature for Azure App Service released. App Service Managed Certificates will help you to secure your domains on Windows and Linux apps!

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on November 14, 2019
Protect Your Azure WebApp With a Free Certificate

During Microsoft Ignite 2019, Microsoft, using the Public Preview mode, released the capability to protect your Azure Web App (your website) with a public trusted certificate.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on November 12, 2019
Start with Azure Arc (Preview)

Azure Arc has been announced during Ignite 2019. This new service will help you to manage multi-cloud, your On-Premises environment, and your edge, like Azure Stack. You’ll connect your servers (physical or virtual) directly in the Azure console, to manage them from only one console. You’ll be able to apply RBAC, tags, etc.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on November 7, 2019
[Azure] SELinux error at boot for Linux

Sometimes, tinkering with configurations and commands can go awry. For example, when you’ve made some modifications to SELinux in a virtual machine (VM) in Azure. Suddenly, “Failed to load SELinux policy, freezing.” pops up. But don’t worry, we’ve got the cure.

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Posted by Mikhail Rodionov on November 5, 2019
How to Install Django on Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS – Part 3: Configuring Django to use PostgreSQL database

Creating apps in Ubuntu that will work seamlessly on different platforms may seem like quite the challenge. Nonetheless, with the right knowledge, you can manage that like a pro. By installing Django on Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS and configuring it to use PostgreSQL (which is focused on SQL standards compliance), you can now easily build apps there using heterogeneous databases.
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Posted by Paolo Valsecchi on October 31, 2019
vSphere 6.7: hot migrate VMs to different clusters with vMotion

Not every company owns a sophisticated infrastructure packed with shared storage, virtual SANs, NVMe, etc. Migrating systems, especially VMs, in an average IT environment could create workload disruptions because you’d have to stall other processes. Finally, however, those days are over: vMotion can migrate your VMs while keeping all systems active and operational.

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