Alessandro Arrichiello is a Solution Architect for Red Hat Inc.
He has a passion for GNU/Linux systems, which began at age 14 and continues today. He worked with tools for automating Enterprise IT: configuration management and continuous integration through virtual platforms.
He’s now working on distributed cloud environments involving SaaS, PaaS (OpenShift & Kubernetes), IaaS (OpenStack), IoT/Edge Computing and Automation.
Get started with Quarkus and Knative in this step-by-step tutorial that provides a quick and easy way to start playing with these technologies.
Part 2 of this series, explores a way to handle IoT edge application development: multi-architecture containers on a PaaS like OpenShift. Building and running an ARM container on X86_64 is shown.
Part 1 of a two-part series, explores techniques that enable the portability of containers across different environments.Through these techniques, you may be able to use the same language, framework, or tool used in your datacenter straight to the IoT edge, even with different CPU architectures.
Containers can be simple, I'll show how to run MariaDB, Apache HTTPD, and Wordpress in containers, managed through systemd and systemctl.
Podman, new in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 Beta, can replace the docker CLI, allowing you to run standalone (non-orchestrated) containers without a daemon. This post shows several examples of how easy it is to use Podman.
Learn how to create an Ansible Playbook Bundle (APB) and customize it to configure an external remote host (through SSH), explore what goes on "under the hood," and get tips for troubleshooting APBs.
Learn how Ansible Tower Isolated nodes can be used to manage systems that are on restricted remote networks such as VPCs, and hosted environments