Month: September 2020

The Preservation and Continuation of the Iconic Linux Journal

Editor’s note: Thank you to returning contributor Matthew Higgins for these reflections on what the return and preservation of Linux Journal means. As we welcome the return of Linux Journal, it’s worth recognizing the impact of the September 22nd announcement...

/ September 30, 2020

Building a Cloud Roadmap

Why is it important to have a cloud roadmap? What’s the best way to begin building a cloud roadmap? What points should a cloud roadmap include? Who should be included in the roadmap building process? How often should a cloud...

/ September 30, 2020

Use dnsmasq to provide DNS & DHCP services

Many tech enthusiasts find the ability to control their host name resolution important. Setting up servers and services usually requires some form of fixed address, and sometimes also requires special forms of resolution such as defining Kerberos or LDAP servers,...

/ September 30, 2020

Announcing the release of Fedora 33 Beta

The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 33 Beta, the next step towards our planned Fedora 33 release at the end of October. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site: Or, check out one...

/ September 29, 2020

Nakivo Backup & Replication 10.1 with OneDrive support

Nakivo Backup & Replication 10.1 with OneDrive support The new Nakivo Backup & Replication 10.1 comes with the support for OneDrive for Business backup and HPE StoreOnce Catalyst integration. The well known backup solution by Nakivo is constantly providing new...

/ September 29, 2020

The Human Element of Zero Trust

Security specialists have long known that a single weak link in a chain is all that is needed to bring down a cyberdefense. Sometimes this comes down to an errant line of code in a hastily developed API, inadequate penetration...

/ September 28, 2020

VMware VMworld 2020

VMware VMworld 2020 Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the VMware VMworld 2020 edition will be completely virtual and available on line on different platforms. VMworld 2020 will take place online for all attendees starting from September 29 to October...

/ September 28, 2020

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Reply All

“The comics from CloudTweaks add an engaging and light hearted humor to presentations about cloud technology. What could normally be seen as dry, can be spiffed up and allows us to connect with the audience on another level. Thank you!”...

/ September 25, 2020