Here is something I get a lot, “How can I make a service with multiple service items, but then conditional drop some during the deployment?” Eg. You have a Service Dialog like this one here:
Jason Frey is a long-time contributor and architect for the ManageIQ and CloudForms world. If you want to know anything about ManageIQ, he’s your guy. Watch and learn from the following video.
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:
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”.
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
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