About Vagrant - Vagrant Vagrant is a tool for building complete development environments. With an easy-to-use workflow and focus on automation, Vagrant lowers development environment setup time, increases development/production parity, and makes the "works on my machine" excuse a relic of the past. Vagrant was started in January 2010 by Mitchell Hashimoto. For almost three years, Vagrant was a side-project for Mitchell, a project that he worked on in his free hours after his full time job. Review: LiveCode Community is open-source HyperCard for the 21st century Many years ago, there was HyperCard, included free with the Macintosh in the late 1980s. It got a lot of attention because it was one of the first tools that made it trivial to create GUI applications. Apple couldn't figure out how to properly market or position it, so it eventually died of apathy. RunRev has been publishing Revolution, now named LiveCode, as a spiritual successor to Hypercard, for a while, and LiveCode now shares one more important trait with Hypercard: It's now free.
Enterprise IT Monitoring for Networks, Applications, Virtual Servers & the Cloud We pride ourselves on delivering powerful, easy-to-use network monitoring software which gives you deep visibility into your entire network infrastructure – backed by fantastic customer service and all at a highly affordable price. Built for both service providers and enterprise customers, Opsview offers flexible pricing and deployment models that can easily be aligned to your business need. Whether you’re monitoring 50 devices or 20,000, Opsview gives you the deep visibility required to monitor the health and performance of your network and make informed decisions to prevent costly downtime. Get up and running in minutes with Opsview Core open source network monitoring software (free), or if you need to monitor more complex business environments choose Opsview Pro network monitor software (for SMEs) or Opsview Enterprise network monitoring tools (for deployments monitoring up to 20,000 devices).
Because Hadoop isn’t perfect: 8 ways to replace HDFS Hadoop is on its way to becoming the de facto platform for the next-generation of data-based applications, but it’s not without flaws. Ironically, one of Hadoop’s biggest shortcomings now is also one of its biggest strengths going forward — the Hadoop Distributed File System. Within the Apache Software Foundation, HDFS is always improving in terms of performance and availability. Honestly, it’s probably fine for the majority of Hadoop workloads that are running in pilot projects, skunkworks projects or generally non-demanding environments. And technologies such as HBase that are built atop HDFS speak to its versatility as storage system even for non-MapReduce applications. But if the growing number of options for replacing HDFS signifies anything, it’s that HDFS isn’t quite where it needs to be.
Getting started with Fig and Wordpress Fig makes it nice and easy to run Wordpress in an isolated environment. Install Fig, then download Wordpress into the current directory: $ curl | tar -xvzf - This will create a directory called wordpress, which you can rename to the name of your project if you wish. Inside that directory, we create Dockerfile, a file that defines what environment your app is going to run in:
Puppet Open Source: IT Automation Software for System Administrators Puppet Open Source is a flexible, customizable framework available under the Apache 2.0 license designed to help system administrators automate the many repetitive tasks they regularly perform. As a declarative, model-based approach to IT automation, it lets you define the desired state - or the “what” - of your infrastructure using the Puppet configuration language. Once these configurations are deployed, Puppet automatically installs the necessary packages and starts the related services, and then regularly enforces the desired state. In automating the mundane, Puppet frees you to work on more challenging projects with higher business impact. Puppet Open Source is the underlying technology for Puppet Enterprise and runs on all major Linux distributions, major Unix platforms like Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX, and Microsoft Windows. Getting Puppet
YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator (Windows) YUMI UEFI Changelog 01/19/17 Version 0.0.0.4: Fix to replace empty spaces in Distro filename with dashes. Update Get Drives function to ignore system and network drives. Correct some wording. HDFS Architecture Guide Introduction The Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is a distributed file system designed to run on commodity hardware. It has many similarities with existing distributed file systems.
Rest.li Documentation Rest.li is extensively documented on the rest.li github wiki. Integration Support Rest.li has built in support for a range of common frameworks and tools making it easy to use with existing software stacks. About Apache CloudStack Apache CloudStack is a top-level project of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The project develops open source software for deploying public and private Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) clouds. CloudStack provides an open and flexible cloud orchestration platform to deliver reliable and scalable private and public clouds. The rEFInd Boot Manager by Roderick W. Smith, email@example.com Originally written: 3/14/2012; last Web page update: 11/8/2015, referencing rEFInd 0.10.0 This Web page is provided free of charge and with no annoying outside ads; however, I did take time to prepare it, and Web hosting does cost money.
Blosc Main Page An extremely fast, multi-threaded, meta-compressor library for binary data What Is It? Blosc is a high performance compressor optimized for binary data. How Linux is taking over the network Is world domination by Linux a fanciful dream, or could it be a reality in ways we don't expect? Scott Reeves sees the signs. Is the idea of world domination by Linux as far-fetched as it sounds? Perhaps it is still not deployed on many laptops or desktops worldwide. Does that mean that world domination is a pipe dream?