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New features for Azure Alerts and Autoscale

This past Fall we introduced webhook for Azure Alerts on metrics, enabling custom notifications and automated actions on alerts. We are very happy to see the fast adoption and positive feedback. You also provided some excellent, actionable feedback to expand …

Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer preview: March update

Today we're happy to announce the March update of Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer (preview), which includes support for Tables and Queues.

After our first release, we received hundreds of requests asking for Table and Queue support. Based on this feedback, …

What’s new in Azure Developer Tools and Services

Today, we’re excited to announce new releases and updates for Azure Tools and Services. This post summarizes the updates for each product or area and links to more detailed posts on how the new tools will improve your Azure development …

Now Available: An Update for the System Center Configuration Manager Upgrade Assessment Tool

Author: Chaohao Xu, Senior Software Engineer, Enterprise Client and Mobility

We are pleased to announce that the System Center Configuration Manager Upgrade Assessment Tool (UAT) has been updated to support Windows 10 and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download …

Announcing the Visual Studio Azure Tools and SDK 2.9

We’re excited to announce a new release of Azure SDK for .NET. This post includes details for each feature area and how the new functionality will improve your Azure development experience within Visual Studio.

Download the Azure SDK 2.9 for …

Stéphane Graber: LXCFS 2.0 has been released!

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What’s LXCFS?

LXCFS is a side project of LXC and LXD. It’s basically a tiny FUSE filesystem which gets mounted in your containers and mask a number of proc files.

At present, it supports the following files:

  • /proc/cpuinfo
    Only returns

Developer Analytics Tools for Visual Studio 2015 Update 2

Testing your client apps and diagnosing issues in your server apps just got easier, with Visual Studio 2015 Update 2. Today at Build 2016, we announced several new capabilities of the Developer Analytics Tools (formerly Application Insights tools) –

Fedora Badges: New badge: Fedora 24 Translation Sprint !


Fedora 24 Translation SprintYou are Fedora 24 translation hero! …

New diagnostics and analytics capabilities in Application Insights

Today at Build 2016 in San Francisco we announced exciting new capabilities of Visual Studio Application Insights, making your diagnostics experience more intelligent, providing immediate answers to ad-hoc queries, and integrating with your existing DevOps workflows.

Here are some …

DocumentDB goes planet scale with global databases, new pricing and more developer choices

Developing cloud applications presents a unique opportunity for businesses to reach new markets and customers that span the globe. The reach of an application is no longer constrained by a business’ ability to build IT infrastructure but rather how quickly …

Announcing the Preview of Storage Service Encryption for Data at Rest

We are excited to announce the preview of Azure Storage Service Encryption for data at rest. This capability is one of the features most requested by enterprise customers looking to protect sensitive data as part of their regulatory or compliance …

Automatically remediate Azure VM alerts with Automation runbooks

Azure Automation and Azure Virtual Machines are pleased to announce the public preview release of a new feature allowing you to configure Virtual Machine (VM) alerts to run Automation runbooks. This new capability allows you to automatically perform standard remediations …

Fedora-Blog.de: minibuild – mein kleines Build-Script

Wie der eine oder andere vielleicht mitbekommen hat, baue ich seit einiger Zeit selber rpm-Pakete und veröffentliche diese auf COPR.

Da das Bauen der Pakete aus einigen Arbeitsschritten besteht, die sich zum Glück relativ einfach automatisieren lassen, habe ich kurz …

Introducing Azure Functions

Cloud development is evolving

Data is everywhere. It's in the Cloud, on-premises, and is increasingly proliferating across Internet-connected devices. Organizations are working to unlock the value in that data, and are asking their developers to respond with highly-scalable solutions built …

Build 2016: Azure Storage announcements

It's time for Build 2016, and the Azure Storage team has several exciting announcements to make. This blog post provides an overview of new announcements and updates on existing programs. We hope that these new features and updates will enable …

Microsoft announces two new offerings to streamline IoT management

Today at //Build, we are announcing two new offerings to make it significantly easier for customers to manage their IoT deployments: Azure IoT Hub device management and the Azure IoT Gateway SDK. With the preview of these powerful new capabilities, …

Key Vault Support in ARM Templates

If you're using Azure Resource Manager templates to manage an Infrastructure as Code or Continuous Deployment workflow you've no doubt had to deal with marshalling secrets between a "secret store" and tools to deploy templates to Azure. A not so …

A quick glance at Azure DevTest Labs at //Build 2016

Azure DevTest Labs is a service that helps developers and testers quickly create environments in Azure with reusable templates, while minimizing waste and controlling cost. With //Build 2016, we are very excited to announce Azure DevTest Labs enhances its capabilities …

Ubuntu Insights: NFLabs joins the Charm Partner Programme

Canonical is excited to welcome NFLabs to the Charm Partner Programme.  The Charm Partner Programme enables Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to use the full power of Juju, the award-winning cloud services modelling and application abstraction tool from Canonical.

Juju is …

Azure Service Fabric is GA!

Today, at the //Build conference, we announced that Azure Service Fabric is now generally available (GA) as a service in Azure. We also announced the preview of Service Fabric for Windows Server, enabling Service Fabric to be installed on-premises and …

Jonathan Dieter: Locks in the classroom – 2016

For the fourth year now, our grade nine students have been doing 3D modeling using Blender. A couple of weeks ago, our students finished up their first assignments, and I gave the top modelers the option of showing off …

Microsoft Identity at //build/ 2016

Hi everyone, happy //build/ week!

First a quick introduction. Here in the Identity Division we’re focusing more than ever on making developers successful on our identity platform. From enterprises to startups to hobbyists, whether the software you’re writing is for

Daniel Berrange: Improving QEMU security part 1: crypto code consolidation

This blog is part 1 of a series I am writing about work I’ve completed over the past few releases to improve QEMU security related features.

Many years ago I wrote patches for QEMU to enable use of TLS with …

IoT webinar covers security tips for expanding interconnections

Cloud computing. Big data. The Internet of Things (IoT). Today, the continuous connection of smart products is unmatched at improving customer connections and providing opportunities for businesses to differentiate their products and services. You can listen to social buzz, see …

Developing for the intelligent cloud at //Build

Build 2016, San Francisco

Microsoft Azure supports the diverse needs of every developer – from core infrastructure services to platform services and tools to build and run apps in any language across any platform. In addition to providing flexibility and choice, developer productivity is …

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S09E05 – Dark side of the Toon – Ubuntu Podcast

It’s Episode Five of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Laura Cowen and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain.

We’re here again!

In this week’s show:

  • We discuss the news

Perl SIG: Removing perl from build root

Anthony Basile: Why macros like __GLIBC__ and __UCLIBC__ are bad.

I’ll be honest, this is a short post because the aggregation on planet.gentoo.org is failing for my account!  So, Jorge (jmbsvicetto) is debugging it and I need to push out another blog entry to trigger venus, the aggregation program.  …

New Where-Syntax

In PowerShell 4.0 and better, there is a new alternative to the Where-Object cmdlet:

$all = Get-Service $all | Where-Object { $_.Status -eq 'Running' } $all.Where{ $_.Status -eq 'Running'

Alexander Todorov: Beware of Double Stubs in RSpec

I’ve been re-factoring some RSpec tests and encountered a method which has been
stubbed-out 2 times in a row. This of course led to problems when I tried to delete
some of the code, which I deemed unnecessary. Using
Treehouse’s

Justin W. Flory: Achievement get: Pizzelle!

Pizzelle badge: You got 50 karma cookies!

The Pizzelle badge, in all of its crumbly, delicious awesomeness

Today, I received the Pizzelle badge in Fedora Badges. I was awarded with Pizzelle after a short “karma storm” in the EMEA Ambassadors meeting. After finding out …

Fedora Community Blog: Golden chance to translate Fedora 24 in your language

Out of the six billion people in the world, only 339 million have English as a first language. The importance of English in global business increases the number of English speakers, but the people learning are taking English on …

Michael Catanzaro: Positive progress on WebKitGTK+ security updates

I previously reported that, although WebKitGTK+ releases regular upstream security updates, most Linux distributions are not taking the updates. At the time, only Arch Linux and Fedora were reliably releasing our security updates. So I’m quite pleased that openSUSE recently

Exchange Best Practices: Datacenter Activation Coordination Mode

It is recommended to enable Datacenter Activation Coordination (DAC) mode for Exchange database availability groups that meet the criteria.

     …

Michael Catanzaro: Epiphany 3.20

So, what’s new in Epiphany 3.20?

First off: overlay scrollbars. Because web sites have the ability to style their scrollbars (which you’ve probably noticed on Google sites), WebKit embedders cannot use a normal GtkScrolledWindow to display content; instead, WebKit has …

Docker Machine, OpenStack, and SSH Keys

I wanted to provide readers a quick “heads up” about some unexpected behavior regarding Docker Machine and OpenStack. It’s not a huge deal, but it could catch someone off-guard if they aren’t aware of what’s happening.

This post builds …

Scott Dowdle: Video: Comparing Fedora 23 and Korora 23 (Cinnamon)


Video: Comparing Fedora 23 and Korora 23 (Cinnamon)
Scott Dowdle
Wed, 03/30/2016 – 17:13

Azure achieves MPAA compliance certification

Microsoft Azure is poised to help the motion picture industry at large save tens of millions of dollars every year a potential saving which could be achieved through cloud-based functionality paired with security mechanisms which prevent the theft or accidental …

Enabling the Motion Picture Association of America in Azure

Microsoft Azure is poised to help the motion picture industry at large save tens of millions of dollars every year a potential saving which could be achieved through cloud-based functionality paired with security mechanisms which prevent the theft or accidental …

Ubuntu on Windows

For a while now I have had the fun of being involved with a new technology that we announced today.  Ubuntu on Windows.  This has nothing to do with virtualization – but is a great way to get access to …

Remote Desktop Client Preview for Mac supports multiple monitors and more

Hi everyone, this is Ayesha Mascarenhas from the Remote Desktop team. Today, I’d like to share with you the latest updates we have made to the Remote Desktop client preview app for Mac:

Multiple monitor support

The preview app …

Corey Sheldon ‘Ameridea Community Blog’: Fedora at Google Summer of Code

Last week I presented the process on how to apply to Google Summer of Code for the Fedora Project. It is the first time  GSoC  is presented in our college. I presented the process on how to apply t…

Source: …

Ardian Haxha: Fedora and Mozilla Activity Day in Kosovo

Last week I organized  a FAD and a MAD (Fedora Activity Day and Mozilla Activity Day) it took part at the Prishtina Hackerspace. The event was about community building and finding the best path for new contributors to join open …

Xubuntu: The small details: Theme configuration

In this series the Xubuntu team present some of the smaller details in Xubuntu to help you use your system more efficiently. Several of the features covered in this series are new for those who will be upgrading from 14.04

Kushal Das: Testing containers using Kubernetes on Tunir version 0.15

Today I have released Tunir 0.l5.
This release got a major rewrite of the code, and has many new features.
One of them is setting up multiple VM(s) from Tunir itself. We now also have
the ability to use …

New update to the System Center Monitoring Pack for System Center Configuration Manager

We are excited to announce an update to System Center Monitoring Pack for System Center Configuration Manager. This update extends the capabilities to monitor availability, performance and health of the Microsoft Intune connector site system role for companies who integrate …

Ardian Haxha: Fedora at Google Summer of Code

Last week I presented the process on how to apply to Google Summer of Code for the Fedora Project. It is the first time  GSoC  is presented in our college. I presented the process on how to apply to Fedora. …

Use PowerShell 5 to empty the recycle bin

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson talks about using Windows PowerShell 5.0 to empty the recycle bin on Windows 10

 

It seems that now days when I talk to someone about Windows PowerShell 5.0 they get all excited …

Splunk & 21st Amendment Brew day 2016

Do-ocracy (do͞o äkrəsē): The spirit of taking ownership/command/possession/etc and making it happen. That’s how we operate at Splunk. To commemorate this methodology we teamed up with 21st Amendment to make a DPA, or “Do-Ocracy Pale Ale”.

On February 29th …

Debugging ARM template deployments

We added a new feature to make it easier for you to debug template deployment failures. With this new ability, you can get the request content, the response content, or both, for each deployment operation associated with your deployment. This …

Alvaro Castillo: Fedora Easy Post-Installer, basta de algunos quebraderos de cabeza

Justo ayer estaba pensando en hacer un pequeño script sencillo de como establecer medianamente un entorno de trabajo en Fedora. Como Virtualbox, sensores de CPU, codecs de audio y video, Skype….
Y al final lo hice, en unas horas lo …

Announcing Splunk Enterprise on Azure Marketplace

We are excited to announce Splunk standalone and cluster deployment availability on Azure Marketplace. You can now deploy a single Ubuntu Virtual Machine or a Cluster from Azure Marketplace.

About Splunk:

Splunk software searches, monitors, analyzes and visualizes machine-generated …

Kevin Fenzi: taskwarrior tips and notes

A year or so ago some co-workers pointed me at taskwarrior ( https://taskwarrior.org/ ) as a neat way to do todos and task tracking. At the time I tried to dive into it and it just didn’t seem to work …

Azure PowerShell 1.3.0 – PowerShell Gallery installation improvements

Azure PowerShell is a set of PowerShell cmdlets for managing your assets in Azure using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and Azure Service Management (RDFE). You can install the cmdlets from Microsoft Web Platform Installer, directly from the MSI installer

Announcement – System Center Monitoring Pack Update for System Center Configuration Manager

Author: Raghu Kethineni, Senior Program Manager, Enterprise Client and Mobility

We are excited to announce an update to System Center Monitoring Pack for System Center Configuration Manager. This update will extend the capabilities to monitor availability, performance, and health of …

Public preview of Azure SQL Database Temporal Tables

Now available in public preview, you can use Temporal Tables, a new programmability feature on Azure SQL Database that allows you to track and analyze the full history of changes in your data, without the need for custom coding. …

Preview of Linux on Azure Batch

Azure Batch makes it easy to run large-scale jobs in parallel. You tell Batch what kind of VM you need, how to configure them, the jobs and tasks to run, and the service takes care of the rest. It’s great …

Dustin Kirkland: Ubuntu on Windows — The Ubuntu Userspace for Windows Developers

I’m in San Francisco this week, attending Microsoft’s Build developer conference, as a sponsored guest of Microsoft.

That’s perhaps a bit odd for me, as I hadn’t used Windows in nearly 16 years.  But that changed a few months …

Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu on Windows — The Ubuntu Userspace for Windows Developers

I’m in San Francisco this week, attending Microsoft’s Build developer conference, as a sponsored guest of Microsoft.

That’s perhaps a bit odd for me, as I hadn’t used Windows in nearly 16 years.  But that changed a few months …

Peter Czanik: Troubleshooting Java support in syslog-ng


Java based destination drivers were introduced to syslog-ng last year. The syslog-ng application uses libjvm.so to embed a Java Virtual Machine inside syslog-ng. Java libraries tend to have a large binary footprint, even just the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) part …

Announcing template export feature in Azure Resource Manager

Today, we are excited to announce the preview of the template export feature in response to requests for the ability to export a resource group as a template. In this blog post, I will show you 3 new ways …

Alvaro Castillo: Vuelvo a la carga

Buenas tardes estimados visitantes.
Hace mucho tiempo que ya no escribía, algún que otro día subí un vídeo de como hacer una instalación básica de Fedora 23 como el que pueden ver a continuación:

<iframe allowfullscreen=”” frameborder=”0″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/HdAIpPfuSlE” width=”560″></iframe> …

Cool tool update: RVTools 3.8

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It has been a year since version 3.7, but finally here it is… RVTools 3.8. Rob de Vey has been developing this tool since early 2008 and over half a million copies have been downloaded …

Create New XML Item Programmatically

In a previous tip we explained how you can clone an existing XML item to add a new item. This works only when there are already some items in the XML file that you can clone. To add new items …

James Just James: Automatic grouping in mgmt

In this post, I’ll tell you about the recently released “automatic grouping” or “AutoGroup” feature in mgmt, a next generation configuration management prototype. If you aren’t already familiar with mgmt, I’d recommend you start by reading the introductory post

The Risk of Running Obsolete Software (Part 3)

In this article we take a closer look at the software support lifecycle that is published by most major operating system and application vendors, and delve specifically into Microsoft’s support lifecycle policy and some of the particulars there of which …

Richard W.M. Jones: Tianocore (UEFI) now has a free FAT driver

Tianocore, the basis for many UEFI firmware implementations, has long been nearly free software. Low level hardware initialization is provided by CPU and motherboard manufacturers as binary blobs, but this part doesn’t matter for virtualization where we don’t need these …

Colin Watson: Re-signing PPAs

Julian has
written
about their efforts to strengthen security in APT, and shortly before that
notified us that Launchpad’s
signatures on PPAs use
weak SHA-1 digests. Unfortunately we hadn’t noticed that before; GnuPG’s
defaults tend to result in …

Didier Roche: Ubuntu Make 16.03 features Eclipse JEE, Intellij EAP, Kotlin and a bunch of fixes!

I’m really delighted to announce a new Ubuntu Make release, scoring 16.03, bringing updates for a bunch of frameworks while introducing new support!

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I’m also really proud as this new release features three new awesome contributors: Tankypon, adding the …

Ubuntu Insights: LXD 2.0: Resource control [4/12]

This is the fourth blog post in this series about LXD 2.0.

Available resource limits

LXD offers a variety of resource limits. Some of those are tied to the container itself, like memory quotas, CPU limits and I/O priorities. …

Fedora Magazine: Files: Find recent content easily

The Fedora Workstation features the GNOME desktop environment, which makes computing easy and beautiful. GNOME includes the Files app for organizing and managing your personal data. This is the first in a series of articles that shows you how …

Remi Collet: Download statistics by PHP Version

Here is some download statistics from remi repository, for the various PHP versions available.

Computed from the ~100k downloads in 1 month.

Base packages (single version)

  • 5.4.45: 32.6% (was 47% in October 2015)
  • 5.5.33: 18.9% (5.5.29 was 21%)

Stéphane Graber: LXD 2.0: Image management [5/12]

This is the fifth blog post in this series about LXD 2.0.

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Container images

If you’ve used LXC before, you probably remember those LXC “templates”, basically shell scripts that spit out a container filesystem and a bit of configuration.…

Mo Morsi: LVM Internals

This post is intended to detail the LVM internal disk layout including the thin-volume metadata structure. While documentation of the LVM user space management utilities is abundant, very little exists in the realm of on-disk layout & structures. Having just …

[Script Of Mar. 30] How to find created and last updated date of stored procedures in SQL instance

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30
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Script Download:  
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-find-created-and-8c379b62.

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 will

Spousetivities at OpenStack Summit in Austin

Long-time readers know that my wife, Crystal, has been running this thing called Spousetivities for a few (OK, eight) years now. While Spousetivities originally started out as a VMworld thing, it rapidly expanded, and this year Spousetivities will be at …

Xubuntu: My media manager: Clementine

Xubuntu 16.04 LTS will be the first Xubuntu release without a default media manager. To help those without a favorite one, we’ve put up this series where some of the Xubuntu team members talk about their favorite media managers. Later

Charles-Antoine Couret: Fedora 24 Alpha est disponible !

En ce mardi 29 mars, les utilisateurs du Projet Fedora seront ravis
d’apprendre la disponibilité de l’Alpha de la future Fedora 24.

Malgré les risques concernant la stabilité d’une version Alpha, il est
important de la tester ! En rapportant …

Using the new PowerShell ISE transcript tool

Summary: Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy, talks about using the new Windows PowerShell 5.0 ISE Transcript tool.

 

One of my favorite features for Windows PowerShell has always been the transcript tool. I mean, it seems like it was …

Announcing Xamarin SDK, Unity SDK and open APIs for Azure Mobile Engagement

We are very excited to announce some key features – Xamarin SDK, Unity SDK & open APIs to Azure Mobile Engagement – which will increase the reach of the product to even more customers. For those who are new …

Understanding and troubleshooting the Software Update Management process in Microsoft Configuration Manager

We have a new guide available that helps troubleshoot the software update management process in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, including client software update scanning, synchronization issues, as well as detection problems with specific updates. The information in the guide …

Fedora Badges: New badge: Fedora 25 Change Accepted !


Fedora 25 Change AcceptedYou got a “Change” accepted into the Fedora 25 Change list …

Deep dive: Automation Community Gallery in Operations Management Suite

As an IT professional, you may have faced the struggle of starting to author a script with a blank page in front of you.  After looking at your editor for a few minutes, you may have searched online for examples …

Zero to SDN in under five minutes, Part 2

This post was authored by Jason Messer, Principal PM Manager, Windows Server.

 

Deploy a cloud application quickly with the new Microsoft SDN stack.

Introduction

Part 1 of this blog post series introduced the Windows Server 2016 SDN Stack, a three-tier …

New guide for troubleshooting Software Update Management problems in Microsoft Configuration Manager

Troubleshooting Software Updates in Configuration Manager can be a difficult process, however we have a new guide available that walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. It covers client software update scanning, synchronization issues and detection problems …

Announcing the publication of Parse Server with Azure Managed Services

Facebook rocked the mobile development world in January by announcing Parse, a development platform beloved by hundreds of thousands of developers would be shuttered. Today, we are pleased to announce the Parse Server on Azure Managed Services, an easy …

Important notice for Office 365 email customers who have configured connectors

If you’re an Exchange Online or Exchange Online Protection (EOP) subscriber and you have configured connectors, this post contains important information that might impact your organization. To make sure that your mail flow isn’t interrupted, we strongly recommend that you …

Microsoft brings the familiarity of R to the scalability of Hadoop and Spark in the Cloud

Today at Strata + Hadoop World, we announced the availability of R Server inside Azure HDInsight, our managed Hadoop-as-a-service part of Azure Data Lake. This gives Azure HDInsight the most comprehensive set of ML algorithms and statistical …

Open source cryptography: Cracking history’s toughest code

Cracking Open Source

Innovation through collaboration: A common concept in the open source community that has yielded some amazing achievements and helped shape modern software. More than 70 years ago, this same concept helped reduce the length of World War II by an …

Miro Hrončok: Fedora was at PyCon SK 2016

At the second weekend in March 2016, Fedora had a booth at PyCon SK, a community-organized conference for the Python programming language held in Bratislava, Slovakia. The event happened for the first time this year, and we made sure …

Remy D (decause): Fedora 24 Alpha released!

The Fedora 24 Alpha is here, right on schedule for our planned June final release. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site:

Fedora Magazine: Fedora 24 Alpha released!

The Fedora 24 Alpha is here, right on schedule for our planned June final release. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site:

Miroslav Suchý: New features in Copr

Jakub just released new version of Copr. What’s new there?

There is new feature “forking”. More about it on Jakub’s blog. We created it so you can have projects for nightly builds and at one point you can fork …

Josh Bressers: Ransomware is scary, but not for the reasons you think it is


If you’ve been paying any attention for the past few weeks, you know what ransomware is. It’s a pretty massive pain for anyone who gets it, and in some cases, it was a matter of life and death.

It’s easy …

Oli Warner: “Your Policy Just Got Better”… Did it E&L? No, it just got more expensive.

Five words to chill the heart. Becki from E&L, the people who insure my cameras, wrote to me today to let me know the outstanding news that I get to pay more money for something I never asked for.

I’m …

Remove an Item from an XML Document

Removing items from an XML document is almost trivial: you use XPath to identify the node you want to remove, then remove it. Once you save the XML document, you get a new XML file without the item you wanted …

Harald Sitter: Zabbix IRC Notifications

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Some months ago I rolled out the terrifyingly fancy monitoring platform Zabbix to monitor all Blue Systems servers conveniently. Ever since then I wanted IRC notifications but there didn’t seem to be anything compelling available, so I got quickly annoyed …

Fedora-Blog.de: GTK-Theme per Terminal ändern

Bitte beachtet auch die Anmerkungen zu den HowTos!

GnomelogoDas Gnome-Tweak-Tool hat momentan noch Probleme damit, wenn ein Theme mehrere Versionen von GTK3.0 unterstützt. In dem Fall wird unter Erscheinungsbild / GTK+ das Theme schlicht und einfach nicht angezeigt.

Zwar …

Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu 16.04 beta now available for LinuxONE

LinuxOne

Ubuntu is the platform of choice for organisations running scale-out, next-generation workloads in the Cloud. Ubuntu dominates public cloud guest volume and production OpenStack deployments with up to 70% market share. Global brands running Ubuntu at scale in the cloud …

Cool fling: vSphere HTML5 Web Client! #h5client

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Many have asked for it, today the first iteration of the vSphere HTML5 Web Client has been delivered through the VMware Flings website. After the huge success of the ESXi Embedded Host Client (one of …