We are thrilled to announce that Aaron Patterson (@tenderlove) has joined the ManageIQ team.
We’re happy to announce the preliminary agenda for the upcoming ManageIQ Design Summit, a 2-day event on October 7 & 8 in Montvale, NJ. Be sure to RSVP soon, as space is very limited. As mentioned in the title, it’s a small intimate gathering of cloud experts, those interested in pushing the limits of ManageIQ and setting the roadmap for development. If you’re a ManageIQ user who wants to learn how to make the most of its automation and orchestration capabilities, then there will be plenty for you, too:
We just finished up the Sprint 12 demo, ended September 9.
I think most know who follow this blog that I have started posting some video content on Cloudforms as thats quite and easy way to digest or see it for real. Here’s a link to videos on my cloudformsnow youtube channel
John Hardy and Brad Ascar stopped by the studio to discuss their talks at the upcoming ManageIQ Design Summit on October 7 & 8 in Mahwah, NJ
Aaron Patterson joined us from Russia on this fun podcast, covering many topics, from the Rails 4 migration and the ManageIQ Design Summit to why you should “just use Ruby”.
Unless you’ve been under a rock the last few days, you’ve no doubt heard of the Shellshock vulnerability affecting a large number of *nix machines with the Bash shell installed. Note: Bash doesn’t even need to be the default shell - plenty of ‘Dash’ users are also affected. Luckily, there’s a way to avoid this mess - a policy management engine in ManageIQ, combined with VM fleecing, that lets you route around the vulnerability, turning off VMs that are vulnerable. This video gives you the goods: