I presented, along with Shixiong Shang and Randy Tuttle from CloudPerceptions, at the OpenStack Summit in Austin, TX regarding using Kubernetes as the underlay for building a ‘self-healing’ OpenStack control plane:
Openstack….now with lots of addresses! After being inspired to update my IPv6 experience in my previous post, I figured it was time to start enabling IPv6 within my Openstack lab environment.
Free Stuff Motivates Me I’ll admit it. Anytime I see a challenge where one can win free schwag I dive into it head first.
First, sorry for the delay in posting. I’ve been busy in rebuilding my lab (4 times) to accommodate parallel testing.
Huh? With the recent advances in virtualization and abstracted computing, software-defined networking (SDN) has become a reality.
I made a post recently on setting up Openstack for development using Devstack but failed to mention some other tips on how to build a lab out of anything.
Openstack for the lazy If you are like me, you do a lot of testing.
The buzz There has been a lot of traction in the news lately regarding a ‘new’ DDOS attack vector in regards to network time protocol (NTP) based attacks.
New look, same scrutiny. I figured it was time to move away from WordPress onto a faster platform, so I decided to give Ghost a try.