January 2016 Page 1 of 7

How to Tell Which Transport Rule Was Applied to an Email Message

Francisco asks:

I am investigating to see if there is a way you can see which transport rules is applying to a certain message. The delivery report does not show it and I have not found any cmdlet that helps

Josh Bressers: Does the market care about security?

I had some discussions this week about security and the market. When I say the market I speak of what sort of products will people or won’t people buy based on some requirements centered around security. This usually ends up …

Jonathan Dieter: Scratch group projects – 2016



As I mentioned last year, programming is on the syllabus for our grade 10 students, and they have just finished this year’s group projects in Scratch. We’re moving on to python, but I’ve posted their projects at http://scratch.lesbg.com

PowerTip: Use PowerShell to view properties and their values for a .NET Framework class

Summary: Learn how to view properties and the associated values of those properties of .NET Framework classes with Windows PowerShell.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I use Windows PowerShell to view the properties and their values from a .NET Framework class,

Mythbuntu: Mythbuntu theme survey

The Mythbuntu team would like some feedback on our current MythTV theme. We would appreciate it if you filled out this survey (no personal data is collected) whether you use the theme or not.

Kushal Das: Second Fedora Pune meetup in January

On 22nd of January evening we had the second Fedora meetup in Pune. There were
12 participants in this meet. We started a discussion about what happens when
someone compiles a program written in C. Siddhesh started asking various
questions …

Jonathan Riddell: FOSDEM Photos

KDE people getting to know our Gnome friends. The Gnome chap gave me a bit hug just after so it must have gone well whatever they were talking about.

Ruphy on WikiToLearn one of the more stylish speakers of the …

Colin King: Pagemon improvements

Over the past month I’ve been finding the odd moments [1] to add some small improvements and fix a few bugs to pagemon (a tool to monitor process memory).  The original code went from a sketchy proof of concept prototype …

Mirko Pizii: Test Android Auto – New Opel Astra [ENG]

Well yes, not only reviews and tests only for products like computer but today we are also on car industry testing the new Opel Astra Elective which supports Android Auto.

First of all, before I start, I want to

Stuart Langridge: What I Did On My Holidays, or, Pouring Out A Forty

Before we begin, thank you. Thank you, all, thank you, thank you…
Dr Hook, The Millionaire

Bad Voltage on stage

This has been a busy few weeks. Culminating in me becoming forty years of age, of which more later.

I went to the US

Amit Shah: FOSDEM 2016 Talk: Live Migration of Virtual Machines From The Bottom Up

I just did a talk titled ‘Live Migration of Virtual Machines From The Bottom Up‘ at the FOSDEM conference in Brussels, Belgium.  The slides are available at this location.

The talk introduced the KVM stack (Linux, KVM, …

Linux Padawan: Master Spotlight: Walter Lapchynski

Meet Walter Lapchynski, aka wxl! How did you first get started using Linux? What distros, software or resources did you use while learning? I started rolling my own kernels in Slackware on an old ?ThinkPad when there was really only …

Kristian Fiskerstrand: Gentoo at FOSDEM 2016

Gentoo Linux was present at this year’s Free and Open Source Developer European Meeting (FOSDEM). For those not familiar with FOSDEM it is a conference that consists of more than 5,000 developers and more than 600 presentations over …

Pavlo Rudyi: The Best Of SCaLE 14x – People Who Make Linux And Open Source

SCaLE 14x (Southern California Linux Expo) – the 14th Linux, Open Source and Free Software conference based in Los Angeles, California. This volunteer-based event has existed since 2002 and begin their history from local Linux Users Groups. In this conference …

Costales: My Ubuntu Phone is my ‘mini’ PC for traveling

I usually don’t code in my travels 😛 Then I don’t need to carry my laptop.
But If I can, I like to write a journal in my blog. Upload a few pictures and share thoughts, mainly to myself.

The …

PowerTip: Find properties of .NET Framework class with PowerShell

Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to display properties of a .NET Framework class.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I use Windows PowerShell to easily display properties of a .NET Framework class?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Pipe the type accelerator to the Get-Member cmdlet and …

Fabio Alessandro Locati: FOSDEM – day 2

This morning I’ve assisted to one of the most fun and interesting talk I’ve have ever seen.
I’m talking about the talk of Richard M Stallman on licensing and patents.
I’ve really liked how the talk has been conducted by …

Aurélien Gâteau: An intro to git gui

I have been using git for years now, I think I can say I know the tool quite well, yet I do all my commits with git gui. This often surprises my coworkers because a) it looks a bit …

Elizabeth K. Joseph: Ubuntu at SCALE14x

I spent a long weekend in Pasadena from January 21-24th to participate in the 14th Annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE14x). As I mentioned previously, a major part of my attendance was focused on the Ubuntu-related activities. Wednesday evening …

Linux Padawan: Master Spotlight: Na3iL

Today we interview Na3iL   1) How did you first get started using Linux? What distros, software or resources did you use while learning? When I was 12 years old, I was very interested about learning security & hacking stuff. Thus, …

Fedora-Blog.de: Im Zweifelsfall keine x86 Medien von Fedora 24

Da die Relevanz von x86 Intel-CPUs (32bit) stetig sinkt und der damit verbundene Aufwand dadurch immer weiter steigt, hat FESCO bereits vor einiger Zeit beschlossen, das ab Fedora 24 Probleme mit den x86 Installationsmedien ein Fedora Release …

Jono Bacon: Happy Birthday, Stuart

About 15 years ago I met Stuart ‘Aq’ Langridge when he walked into the new Wolverhampton Linux Users Group I had just started with his trademark bombastic personality and humor. Ever since those first interactions we have become really close …

PowerTip: Find information about .NET Framework method with PowerShell

Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to find information about a .NET framework method.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I use Windows PowerShell to find basic information about a particular .NET Framework method?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Use the GetMethod method from the class, for …

Andreas K. Hüttel: Gentoo at FOSDEM: Posters (systemd, arches)

Especially after Lennart Poettering made some publicity for Gentoo Linux in his keynote talk (unfortunately I missed it due to other commitments :), we’ve had a lot of visitors at our FOSDEM booth. So, because of popular demand, here are …

Jonathan Riddell: KDE neon Website Now Live

KDE  neon website is now live.

Serving the freshest packages of KDE software.  Developers’ archive with packages built from KDE Git available now, stable archive with packages built from released tars coming soon.

Launch party tonight in La Paon, Grand …

PowerTip: Use PowerShell to find all methods from .NET Framework class

Summary: Learn how to find all methods from a .NET Framework class by using Windows PowerShell.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I use Windows PowerShell to show both static and dynamic methods for a .NET Framework class?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer Use the GetMethods method from …

Fabio Alessandro Locati: FOSDEM – day 1

After one day at FOSDEM, I’ve to admit that people are not lieing when they affirm that FOSDEM is awesome.
It really is.

Today I had the occasion of following multiple very interesting talks.
The only problem I’ve found with …

Splunk and Cacti

Several options exist to bring SNMP into Splunk, with such examples as our SNMP Modular Input.  But what if you already have a SNMP collection built with Cacti?  You could consolidate, rebuild and reconfigure all the collection… but the easier …

How to delete upgrades in WSUS

(Alternative title: “Help, I synched Upgrades before installing the patch!” This applies to anyone who missed KB 3095113 when it was offered as a hotfix, and subsequently enabled synching of Upgrades in their environment. The upgrades that…(read more)…

Top Technical Questions on Splunk UBA

With the acquisition of Caspida (now Splunk UBA) in July of 2015, we have been talking to many customers regarding user and entity behavioral analytics. Our customers have been asking questions about how this type of threat detection product works, …

Dimitri John Ledkov: Four gunmen outside

There are four gunmen outside of my hotel. They are armed with automatic rifles and pistols. I am scared for my life having sneaked past them inside. Everyone else is acting as if everything is normal. Nobody is scared or …

Writing Actionable Alerts

Is your Splunk environment spamming you? Do you have so many alerts that you no longer see through the noise? Do you fear that your Splunk is losing its purpose and value because users have no choice but to ignore …

13 effective security controls for ISO 27001 compliance

Securely moving a service to the cloud while meeting compliance obligations can seem difficult and complex. But in reality, it can be done quite simply with some basic understanding about core security requirements either implemented on your behalf by Azure …

The Fridge: Xenial Xerus 16.04 Alpha 2 now released for select flavors

“Living is no laughing matter: you must live with great seriousness like a squirrel for example – I mean without looking for something beyond and above living, I mean living must be your whole occupation.”
– Nazim Hikmet

The second …

Lubuntu Blog: Xenial Xerus alpha 2

The second alpha of the Xenial Xerus (to become 16.04) has now been released! As usual, you are asked to read the release notes so that you are aware of issues and thus save you time filing them again. But, …

Lubuntu Blog

The second alpha of the Xenial Xerus (to become 16.04) has now been released! As usual, you are asked to read the release notes so that you are aware of issues and thus save you time filing them again. But, …

Lubuntu Blog: Lubuntu Xenial Xerus with LXQt— on PowerPC!

We reported how to run upcoming Lubuntu desktop LXQt in Xenial Xerus on a Raspberry Pi 2 and now, thanks to tester Herminio Hernandez, Jr. (and his iBook G4), we can confirm that it works on PowerPC machines! To replicate: …

PowerTip: Return remainder after dividing two numbers

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to return the remainder after dividing two numbers.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can use Windows PowerShell to divide two numbers and only return the remainder (called a modulo operation)?

Hey, Scripting Guy! Answer In Windows PowerShell, the modulo operator is the …

Rajeesh K Nambiar: Going to FOSDEM 2016

Going to FOSDEM 2016, this weekend at ULB campus. Looking forward to the talks and meeting hackpeople.


Tagged: linux

My Splunk Origin Story

A World Without Splunk

In my pre-Splunk days, I spent significant time leading the vision for standards and automation in our company’s large distributed IBM WebSphere Network Deployment environment. Even though we used standard build tools and a mature change …

Cheers to Customer Growth: MindTouch Receives $12 Million in Funding

mindtouchBack in 2014 I wrote a blog post about an innovative new Splunk Cloud customer, MindTouch, that was increasing its customer retention and had tripled its customer count with the help of our cloud platform for Operational Intelligence. When …

Azure Stack Technical Preview available for download

Today we made the first Technical Preview of Microsoft Azure Stack available for download! Check out the Azure Stack team’s blog post to learn more.

Alexander Larsson: Crack from the Gnome hackfest

Screenshot from 2016-01-29 17-58-22After clicking the button:

Screenshot from 2016-01-29 17-58-35

Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview is now available for download

This blog post was contributed by the Azure Stack Team.


Following up on our announcement earlier this week, the first Technical Preview of Azure Stack is now available for download!

Today, we’re also releasing a whitepaper providing more …

Richard W.M. Jones: Good set of videos about Open vSwitch, OpenFlow, SDN


Azure AD Mailbag: Q&A on Azure MFA

Howdy folks, It's time for another Azure AD Mailbag. This time Chad Hasbrook from our Customer Success Team has the pen and he's answering questions about configuring Azure MFA. I hope you'll find it useful! Best regards, Alex Simons…(read

Fedora Community Blog: Flock 2016: Save the Date

Flock 2016 will be held in…

After four bids (again this year!) and months of comparisons and research, the Flock Planning Committee is pleased to announce that Flock 2016 will be held in Krakow, Poland from Tuesday August 2nd, through …

Jonathan Riddell: KDE neon Launches at FOSDEM this Weekend

KDE neon launches this weekend at FOSDEM.

The launch party is on Saturday in La Paon, Grand Place, still time to sign up if you want to come.

My talk is on Sunday in the desktop devroom at 12:45CET

Datrium DVX goes GA

Advertise here with BSA

I wrote an article about Datrium DVX when Datrium came out of stealth about 6 months ago. I am not going to rehash that as I think it was pretty clear around what Datrium DVX is. …

Perl SIG: About versions and macros

PowerShell 5.0 RTM (was) available

Shortly before Christmas, PowerShell 5.0 RTM was made available to all Windows versions down to Windows 7: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powershell/archive/2015/12/16/windows-management-framework-wmf-5-0-rtm-is-now-available.aspx.

Unfortunately, there was a bug that resetted the PSModulePath environment variable, so this download was revoked until the bug is fixed. …

How to contribute to PowerShell documentation

Summary: Learn how to contribute to Windows PowerShell documentation via various community initiatives.

Today’s guest blog post is by Microsoft premier field engineer, Ashley McGlone. He will be speaking at PowerShell Saturday, so come join us for a great …

Fedora Community Blog: Mono SIG – Year in Review

Mono SIG (Special Interest Group) of Fedora

Mono provides .NET Framework environment to run ASP-based websites on Linux. Source: qnap.com

The Mono SIG (Special Interest Group) is a group of Fedora contributors that maintain Mono (and related) packages in Fedora. The goal of the Mono SIG is …

Fedora Magazine: Fedora looks back and ahead on Women in Computing

This past week, the Community Operations (CommOps) team wrote a report on the Fedora Community Blog about some of Fedora’s most recent activities working towards improving outreach and increasing the diversity of the Project. Over the past year, there have …

Jono Bacon: Heading Out To linux.conf.au

On Saturday I will be flying out to linux.conf.au taking place in Geelong. Because it is outrageously far away from where I live, I will arrive on Monday morning. :-)

I am excited to be joining the conference. The last time …

Fabio Alessandro Locati: FOSDEM – day 0

For years I wanted to attend some major FLOSS conferences, but I’ve never had the occasion since I’ve always had other things to do in the conferences dates.
This year, due to multiple causes and good plnning, I’ve been able …

Matthew Thode: Stage4 tarballs, minimal and cloud

Where are they

The tarballs can be found in the normal place.


This is meant to be just what you need to boot, the disk won’t expand itself, it won’t even get networking info or set any passwords …

Update is available for the System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager Self-Service Portal

We are pleased to announce second cumulative update for new HTML5 Self Service Portal and it can be downloaded from here.  As this is cumulative update, you either install this update directly on RTM Release or even if you

[Script Of Jan. 29] How to fix the issue that Outlook 2013 stops synchronizing Hotmail account(PS)


Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-fix-Outlook-2013-2fdbc7c2.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This PowerShell script sample shows 

Fedora Community Blog: Campus Ambassadors Initiative

What does an Campus Ambassador Do?


  • Help show how Fedora can help you with many  tasks while being at school, hence the Campus part.
  • Get  great internship work experience if desired.





So are you a collegiate student looking to get …

How’s my driving?

It was the summer of 2014. I was well into my big data addiction thanks to Splunk. I was looking for a fix anywhere: Splunk my home? Splunk my computer usage? Splunk my health? There were so many data points …

Adam Williamson: DevConf 2016: Pungi 4 and the Fedora compose / validation cycle

Hi folks! Just a quick note for anyone who might be wondering – I’ll be at DevConf 2016 in Brno next week. (I’ll also be at the mostly-Red Hat-only-I-think QEcamp event before that). I’m expecting to spend most of the …

Technology Short Take #60

Welcome to Technology Short Take #60. As usual, I’ve gathered what I hope to be a useful but varied collection of articles and links on key data center technologies. I hope something I’ve included here will be helpful—enjoy!


  • The

Linux Padawan: LinuxPadawan gets group authentication

We, the masters of LinuxPadawan, are happy to announce that we were approached by freenode staff who asked if we could trial out a new system for group membership cloaks being registered. phillw, founder of LinuxPadawan, says: Well… What can …

Corey Sheldon ‘Ameridea Community Blog’: F23-20160127 Live Respins are available now.

Updated Lives for 23  are  available in torrent and raw iso download format from: (Includes GNOME,KDE,LXDE,MATE,CINNAMON,SOAS,XFCE)

Fedora 23 Updated Lives

Additional Spins available from:

Fedora Spins

All Versions also available  via Official Torrent from:

All Official Fedora Torrents

Filed under: …

Have an idea or suggestion for the Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection team? Here’s how to get your voice heard

Do you have an idea or suggestion based on your experience with Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection? If so we would love to hear it through our User Voice site at https://configurationmanager.uservoice.com/forums/300492-ideas/category/115737-endpoint-protection. Please take a few minutes to submit …

PowerTip: Add number to existing variable value

Summary: Learn how to easily add a number to an existing value stored in a variable and update the value of the variable.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I use Windows PowerShell to add a number to a value stored in a …

Colin King: Forcing out bugs with stress-ng

stress-ng logo

Over the past few months I’ve been adding several new stress tests and a lot more stressor options to stress-ng for Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus.  I try to track new system calls and features landing in the kernel …

HOTFIX: Windows 10 upgrades are not downloaded in System Center Configuration Manager 1511

A new hotfix is available for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager version 1511 (ConfigMgr 1511) that addresses the following two issues:

  • The “Upgrades” entry is missing from the list of classifications in the Software Update Point Component properties. This issue

Machine Learning in Azure Security Center

At Microsoft, we analyze 300 billion user authentications and check 200 billion emails for spam and malware monthly. We also have unprecedented visibility into cloud infrastructure choices, platforms and the activity therein. Such visibility has no precedent in the on-premises

Dustin Kirkland: How many people in the world use Ubuntu? More than anyone actually knows!

People of earth, waving at Saturn, courtesy of NASA.

“It Doesn’t Look Like Ubuntu Reached Its Goal Of 200 Million Users This Year”, says Michael Larabel of Phoronix, in a post that it seems he’s been itching

Azure Blockchain as a Service Update #4

It has been a really busy couple of weeks for Azure and distributed ledger technologies! See what we’ve been up to below.

New partners in the Blockchain as a Service ecosystem

  • MultiChain: Rapidly design, deploy and operate distributed ledgers.

Operations Management Suite Log Analytics with Linux

Last week we kicked off our series guiding you through the rich feature set of Operations Management Suite (OMS), starting with Log Analytics. One of the goals for Operations Management Suite is extending this rapidly evolving cloud-based management service to …

Major Hayden: Enabling kwallet after accidentally disabling it

black wallet that is a nice metaphor for kwallet

Although I use GNOME 3 as my desktop environment, I prefer KDE’s kwallet service to gnome-keyring for some functions. The user interface is a little easier to use and it’s easier to link up to the keyring module in Python.…

Stephen Gallagher: Remote group merging for Fedora

The Problem

One of the major features of the Fedora Server Edition is the Cockpit administrative console. This web-based interface provides administrators with a powerful set of tools for controlling their system. Cockpit relies upon low-level tools like polkit and …

Alexander Larsson: xdg-app at the Developer Experience Hackfest

I’m here at the gnome Developer Experience Hackfest in Brussels working on xdg-app. Just before I left I created a runtime for Gnome based on whatever is in git master. Now we’ve started to create app bundles for the gnome …

Lunch Break / s2 e2 / Ojas Rege, VP of Strategy, MobileIron

In part 2 of my “Lunch Break” chat with Ojas Rege, we talk about mohawks, imitation mohawks, how to exist (and thrive!) in a marketplace that seems to dramatically change every 6 months, and how/why every EMM …

Update Rollup 9 for Microsoft Windows Azure Pack is now available

Update Rollup 9 for Windows Azure Pack is now available to download. For complete details including issues fixed, installation instructions and a download link, please see the following:

3129786Update Rollup 9 for Windows Azure Pack (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3129786)…

HOTFIX: “Setting Discovery Error” is returned for SQL Server 2014 Configuration Items in System Center Configuration Manager

The evaluation of configuration items in System Center Configuration Manager causes a setting discovery error on Configuration Manager clients if the following conditions are true:

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2014 (any service pack level) is installed on the client.
  • The configuration

Mattia Migliorini: Why Your Firm Needs to Stay Current on Technology

Perhaps the greatest challenge in today’s business world is remaining current on technology. As businesses undertake new activities, they usually implement timely systems and processes. But many of them don’t follow as their field advances, and that comes …

Simon Lukasik: Four ways to handle waivers with OpenSCAP

This tutorial describes three approaches how to handle a system that for whatever reason needs to be keept not fully compliant.

After installing scap-security-guide package there is a couple of DataStream files.

    # yum install -y scap-security-guide
    # rpm -ql

Compressing to ZIP Files

In PowerShell 5.0, Compress-Archive can easily compress files and folders to a ZIP file:

 PS C:\> Compress-Archive -Path c:\sourcefolder -DestinationPath $env:temp\archive.zip -Force 

Compress-Archive is not a cmdlet, though. It is a function and leverages the new ZIP file support in …

Peter Gordon: Ingress: On Gameplay Goals And The Inefficacy Of Pineapples

For those who might not know, I am an avid Ingress player. It is a fun augmented-reality game, which is to say that it overlays the map of the game onto that of the physical world; so in order to …

Exchange Analyzer v0.1.1-Beta.2 Released

I’m pleased to announce the second beta release of Exchange Analyzer.

This release contains the following fixes and improvements:

  • Added new test AD001: Active Directory domain functional level
  • Added new test AD002: Active Directory forest functional level
  • Fixed error

Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make 16.01.2 with Swift, eclipse php and eclipse cpp support

Last week, during UbuCon Summit, I had the pleasure to announce in sunny Pasadena a new Ubuntu Make release!
Marking the 16.01.2 milestone, this one provides thanks to community contributions 3 new supported frameworks.

The first one is …

Use PowerShell to parse event log for shutdown events

Summary: Using the Windows PowerShell Get-EventLog cmdlet makes it easy to parse the system event log for shutdown events.

One of the great things about central Florida during this time of the year is that there are certain fruits, …

Fedora Magazine: Pagure: DIY git project hosting

Pagure is a new, full featured git repository service for the web, written in Python. It is similar to other popular git forges like Github and Gitlab, allowing open source contributors to share and collaborate on code and content. …

Justin W. Flory: HFOSS: The First Flight


FOSS @ MAGIC, the program that hosts the FOSS minor

This past year, I enrolled as a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. For me, this is quite a distance from my hometown just outside …

Fedora Community Blog: “Top Badgers” of 2015: William Moreno (williamjmorenor)

What is “Top Badgers”?

“Top Badgers” is a special series on the Fedora Community Blog for 2015. In this series, we interviewed some of the top badge earners of 2015 in the Fedora Project. Not familiar with Fedora badges? No …

Kubuntu: Plasma 5.5.3 and Frameworks 5.18.0 Backported to Kubuntu 15.10


Packages for the release of KDE’s desktop suite Plasma 5.5.3 and KDE’s Frameworks 5.18.0 are available for Kubuntu 15.10. You can get them from the Kubuntu Backports PPA.

Bugs in the packaging should be reported to kubuntu-ppa on Launchpad. …

Update-WSUS 3.0 SP2 on SBS 2011

[ This blog is a Re-Post of the Blog Published on the SUS Blog]
As indicated in a previous post , we are making changes to WSUS 4.0 and later that will provide a smoother Windows 10 servicing experience.

Behind the Scenes : Active Directory Domain Services 2016 Management Pack

Hey all, I wanted to share with you some details regarding the new Active Directory-Domain Services Management Pack for System Center Operations Manager that we will be releasing in conjunction with Windows Server 2016 (WS2016).  But first who am I.  …

Quick Hits: Tracking The Status of GitHub Using PowerShell

This evening I noticed that GitHub, a site for collaborating and sharing code that I use for all of my projects, was down for an unknown reason. The site showed the dreaded ‘Unicorn of 503’ and I was left without …

[Script Of Jan. 28] How to clear out diagnostics logs within a specified timeframe in Table Storage


Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-clear-out-bfb2b41d.  You can also use  Microsoft Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE to download the sample with one button click from within your scripting environment. 

This PowerShell script sample shows 

Using Docker with macvlan Interfaces

In this post, I’m going to show you how to use macvlan interfaces with Docker for networking. The use of macvlan interfaces presents an interesting networking configuration for Docker containers that may (depending on your use case) address issues with …

Podcast Episode 13: Exchange Online Protection and Advanced Threat Protection with Brian Reid

brianreidMy guest for this episode is Brian Reid.

Brian is the director of NBConsult, a Microsoft messaging and cloud services partner based in the UK and South Africa. He is also an Exchange Server MVP, Microsoft Certified Master, and Microsoft …

Dustin Kirkland: adapt install [anything]

As always, I enjoyed speaking at the SCALE14x event, especially at the new location in Pasadena, California!

What if you could adapt a package from a newer version of Ubuntu, onto your stable LTS desktop/server?

Or, as a developer, what …

Amit Shah: Interviews On My FOSDEM 2016 Talk

I was interviewed by the FOSDEM folks on my upcoming talk on KVM Live Migration.

I was also interviewed by Brian Proffitt, who has written an article that serves as a preview for the talk.

Looking forward to the …

Stephen Smoogen: Whither EPEL (Talk at FOSDEM 2016)

If you are going to FOSDEM 2016 and use CentOS, Scientific Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux or even Oracle Enterprise Linux.. you should be interested in a round-table talk we are having on Sunday to talk about the Fedora Project’s …

Stephen Smoogen: Brussels CentOS Dojo

This Friday (2016-01-29) there will be a great CentOS dojo in Brussels Belgium. I am going mostly to help out run the cameras and announce different talks. I will also be wanting to listen to people use who use EPEL