Today, we'll take a look at patching our middleware product – EuroAP Application Server (and equivalent JBoss EAP). We will do it two ways – using Administration Console (GUI) and JBoss CLI.
In the previous part of our series, we learned how to install the community version of Docker Engine. We also learned how to download, start, and delete a container and its image. Today we will be using an EuroLinux 7 based image along with the FBI repository. For more on the publicly available repository, which we make freely available without any restrictions, see the article on FBI in EuroLinux.
Knowing the difficulties our customers and partners face, with which we ourselves had to face many times, we simplified our subscription model as much as possible and the prices of our products have remained unchanged for several years. It was enough to follow three basic principles: the business model and the offer should be simple, friendly and fair. We already know that it is possible to be effective acting this way.
FreeIPA provides a centrally managed identity, policy and auditing system. It uses a combination of open source solutions: 389 Directory Server, MIT Kerberos, NTP, DNS, DogTag certificate system, SSSD and other open source components.
In my professional experience, I quite often have the opportunity to conduct recruitment, a part of which are questions related to Linux family systems. One of the standard questions is about an important, although in fact not saying much, system statistics, which is the average system load (abbreviated to loadavg). Unfortunately, it happens, also in the case of people with really impressive professional experience, that the candidate is not able to correctly describe and interpret the information ensuing from the load average.
Virtualization enables more effective use of existing hardware resources, generates large savings in server applications, allows building a flexible test environment and prepares for data transfer to the cloud. Therefore, today we are going to take a closer look at KVM, QEMU, libvirt and virt-manager.
The new version of EuroLinux brings a lot of changes compared to the previous one. In this article, we present the differences between these releases and describe the features exclusive for EuroLinux 8.
On September 10, 2019, we released the official version of free developer repositories with the mysterious abbreviation: FBI. In our case, the expansion of the acronym stands for Free Base Image.