How to launch IoT devices – Part 2: selecting foundations | Ubuntu

(This blog post is part of a 5 part series, titled “How to launch IoT devices”. It will cover the key choices and concerns when turning bright IoT ideas into a product in the market. Check out this whitepaper on IoT app stores for background reading.) Part One can be Continue Reading

A Breakthrough in Usability – Automatic Node Provisioning

As announced in the previous blog post, MySQL InnoDB Cluster just got a very much requested feature which makes a complete, out-of-the-box, easy-to-use and versatile HA solution – Automatic Node Provisioning. InnoDB cluster users can now rely on it for every single step of cluster deployment and management. From instance configuration Continue Reading

Urgent Updates for 70, 76, and 78 and Exim CVE-2019-10149 | cPanel Newsroom

In a post on the cPanel Blog last night we shared information regarding an exploit that had been identified in Exim. This exploit allows attackers to execute code as the root user on your server without authentication and was rated a 9.8 out of 10 in severity. While Version 80 was never vulnerable Continue Reading

Urgent Updates for 70, 76, and 78 and Exim CVE-2019-10149 | cPanel Newsroom

In a post on the cPanel Blog last night we shared information regarding an exploit that had been identified in Exim. This exploit allows attackers to execute code as the root user on your server without authentication and was rated a 9.8 out of 10 in severity. While Version 80 was never vulnerable Continue Reading

Urgent Updates for 70, 76, and 78 and Exim CVE-2019-10149 | cPanel Newsroom

In a post on the cPanel Blog last night we shared information regarding an exploit that had been identified in Exim. This exploit allows attackers to execute code as the root user on your server without authentication and was rated a 9.8 out of 10 in severity. While Version 80 was never vulnerable Continue Reading

CentOS News

Using buildah to build container images on CentOS – Blog.CentOS.org

In this post, we’re going to talk about how to use buildah to build container images on CentOS. buildah is a command line tool that facilitates building OCI compliant images. There’s a plethora of information available around what buildah is on its GitHub landing page so we won’t dive more Continue Reading

Live Code Updates Using WebDav

In a recent blog post we covered how you can use the oc rsync –watch command to perform live synchronisation of code changes between a local filesystem and a container. This worked by virtue of the oc client monitoring the local filesystem directory for file changes and when they were Continue Reading

Running WordPress the Easy Way

In a prior blog post we detailed the steps required to migrate an existing WordPress instance from OpenShift V2 to V3. The instructions consisted of a series of manual steps to first set up a new instance of WordPress and then migrate the data across from an existing instance of Continue Reading

Block Incoming Connections by Country with MDaemon’s New Location Screening Feature

Block connections by country with Location Screening As I announced recently in this post, MDaemon 17.5 has been released, with new security and collaboration features. One feature that our users will find particularly useful is the new Location Screening feature, which allows administrators to block incoming connections from specific countries. Continue Reading