Virtualization in EuroLinux 9 – what’s new?

08.08.2022 / Main channel
Virtualization in EuroLinux 9
EuroLinux 9 as a new release introduces a number of changes to virtualization and related tools. Many components have been replaced with more modern counterparts that improve performance and introduce new features. Today we will take a closer look at these changes.

What awaits us in PostgreSQL 15?

20.07.2022 / Main channel
PostgreSQL 15 Beta
After nearly 9 months since the creation of PostgreSQL 14, the developers of the popular database engine have decided to release PostgreSQL 15 beta version. In this article we will take a closer look at what waits for us in PostgreSQL 15 - one of the most popular open source object-relational database management systems.

EuroLinux Roadmap for Q3 2022

12.07.2022 / Main channel
EuroLinux Roadmap
With the beginning of Q3, we published an updated roadmap for the EuroLinux operating system. These are our development plans and related activities. In line with our transparency strategy, we are providing upfront information about upcoming work.

ELevate – upgrade your CentOS 7 to EuroLinux 8

05.07.2022 / Main channel
ELevate – upgrade your CentOS 7 to EuroLinux 8
Upgrade the version of your Linux distribution – this is the message of the ELevate project. In this article, we will show you how to easily perform a CentOS 7 to EuroLinux 8 upgrade without changing both applications and data with its help. The migration is fast, seamless and performed automatically in-place.

Combining two EuroLinux 8 machines into a Kubernetes cluster

01.07.2022 / Main channel
Combining two EuroLinux 8 machines into a Kubernetes cluster
In this article, we will set up a learning and testing environment for Kubernetes technology using the basic kubeadm tool. In this example, we will connect 2 machines to EuroLinux system. An environment built with at least two machines will allow the practice of node management.

EuroLinux store is now available

29.06.2022 / Main channel
EuroLinux store is now available
We are pleased to announce that on customers request, we have added the possibility of quick purchase of our products and services. From now on, the selected EuroLinux products together with the technical support can be purchased in a convenient way at any time in the web store.

EuroLinux – resistance to software supply-chain attack

21.06.2022 / Main channel
EuroLinux – resistance to software supply-chain attack
The final step of a software project created for a client is its delivery and implementation. The delivery process should ensure confidentiality and security for the customer and be resistant to potential attacks. Today we will discuss how this process is accomplished by EuroLinux.

EuroLinux 9.0 released

13.06.2022 / Main channel
EuroLinux 9.0
We released version 9.0 of the EuroLinux operating system. This release focuses on providing improved default cryptographic policies, a 5.14 kernel, a graphical management interface via a web panel, and improvements related to cloud, virtualization and containerization. "Nine" also introduces a major update in the form of the GNOME 40 desktop environment (with modern GTK 4).

Generating sample data in PostgreSQL with EuroDB tools

08.06.2022 / Main channel
Generating sample data in PostgreSQL with EuroDB tools
Random data generation is one of the most important features of databases used in companies. It is used on various technical as well as business levels. It provides an opportunity for secure testing of databases and helps to develop competence in database administration.

Backporting security updates in Enterprise Linux

01.06.2022 / Main channel
Backporting security updates in EuroLinux 8
Backporting is the task of taking a bugfix from the latest version of an upstream software package and applying that fix to an older version of the same software. It is part of the preservation step in the application development process, and is sometimes used to add new features to older versions of software.

Errata in EuroLinux 8, or about the operating system’s security

17.05.2022 / Main channel
Errata in EuroLinux 8, or about the operating system’s security
Errata in EuroLinux and in other Enterprise Linuxes is connected with a software package update. Errata are a convenient way to address vulnerabilities where the operational security of the system is indispensable and where we don't want to introduce new features to an already properly functioning software stack. How do we divide errata and what do they contain?