‘Man United… LOL!’ – Jamie Vardy is having a party

first_img1 Jamie Vardy Football, bloody hell!Leicester City fans were in dreamland after hero of the hour Jamie Vardy helped them to an incredible 5-3 victory of Manchester United.The Red Devils, at one point, were 3-1 up against the Foxes but the former non-league striker hit one goal and played a part in the other four to down Angel di Maria and co. in sensational style.Even Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli couldn’t resist having a laugh at Louis van Gaal’s expense on Twitter.Check out the best tweets below…last_img read more

We are working closely with strong partners such

first_img“We are working closely with strong partners such as Cisco, CSC, HP and Rackspace, and the open-source community, to help enterprise customers unlock the huge benefits of OpenStack by making it simple and reliable to deploy and manage,” said Saïd Ziouani, CEO of Ansible.Other companies looking to make it easier to work with OpenStack with announcements at the OpenStack Summit include:Oracle recently announced a collaboration with Mirantis to accelerate application and database provisioning in private cloud environments. The new collaboration enables OpenStack apps to take advantage of Oracle’s security, performance and efficiency.Mirantis also announced the launch of Mirantis Unlocked, a partner program aimed at seamlessly delivering technology in the OpenStack ecosystem. “OpenStack enables enterprises to weave components from a diverse set of infrastructure innovators into a cohesive data-center operating system,” said Boris Renski, chief marketing officer and cofounder of Mirantis. “The vision of Mirantis Unlocked is to take best-of-breed infrastructure technologies through a rigorous certification process, giving customers an out-of-the box experience with OpenStack without limiting their infrastructure choices.” OpenStack is receiving more attention these days as more and more enterprises are moving toward the open-source cloud-computing platform. A recent survey from Red Hat revealed that 75% of respondents are turning to OpenStack for cloud initiatives for various stages of deployment, ranging from learning and evaluation to preparing for deployment.“These survey findings are a positive indication that OpenStack is growing as a preferred choice for building private and hybrid clouds,” said Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager of OpenStack at Red Hat. “With production-level support cited as a main concern around OpenStack deployments, we are excited about Red Hat being uniquely positioned to address the need given our technical expertise around OpenStack as well as portfolio of open solutions, proven track record in delivering enterprise-class support, and a full spectrum of training and services offerings to enable our customers to be successful.”The OpenStack enterprise adoption survey also found that 77% of respondents are using OpenStack to reduce time to deployment, 52% to reduce costs, and 44% to provide a more responsive IT infrastructure.But even as more and more enterprises are turning to OpenStack, its diverse set of deployment and management tools are hindering the platform’s chances of reaching true mass adoption, according to Ansible. To solve this problem, the company announced the Simple OpenStack Initiative, a community-led collaboration group designed to simplify OpenStack deployment and management.last_img read more

Red Hat has updated their Red Hat Development Suit

first_imgRed Hat has updated their Red Hat Development Suite to version 2.0, including updates to Red Hat JBoss Development Suite and Red Hat Container Development Kit.“The general theme of this release is expanded usability, product integration, expanded support for Middleware products in Development Suite,” senior product manager of Developer Tools at Red Hat, Bob Davis said in the blog post announcing the updates.The Red Hat Development Suite installer is available for Windows, macOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and it will automatically download, install and configure selected tools such as EAP, Fuse and the Kompose 1.0 technical preview, a new addition to the suite.Kompose is a tool that can be used to convert Docker Compose files to Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift artifacts. Kompose was conceived as an onboarding tool for Kubernetes users by Skippbox (since acquired by Bitnami) and it received contributions from Google and Red Hat early in development. It’s now a part of the Kubernetes Community Project as of version 1.0.0. Kompose can be installed via YUM through another new addition, the Red Hat DevTools channel.last_img read more