The Dave and Gunnar Show is run by two great guys and Red Hatters who do “government stuff”. We crossed paths again recently and so did this podcast about Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, related developer subscriptions, etc. Listen to our conversation and I hope you enjoy Dave and Gunnar’s creative hack of my pic – I don’t get no respect. 😉
Continue reading Dave and Gunnar #55: Mike Guerette loves developers.
Part four of a four-part series on DevOps with Gene Kim and Red Hat IT.
Continue reading “Gene Kim and Red Hat IT Part 4: DevOps Successes and Failures”
You’ve probably already heard of OpenStack, the cloud operating system, where Red Hat is the top company contributor to the project. What you may not know is that Red Hat engineers develop an open source translation management platform called Zanata.
When Carlos Munoz from the Red Hat Zanata team heard that OpenStack localization (l10n) team were looking for a new alternative to their current translation platform, he went to the OpenStack Summit in Atlanta to introduce Zanata.
Read on for Carlos’ account of how Red Hat supports the OpenStack project in a somewhat special way.
Continue reading “Red Hat Provides Zanata Translation Support For OpenStack Project”
“Red Hat today announced a new cloud management certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform as part of the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network, the world’s largest commercial ecosystem for OpenStack. Red Hat will enable cloud management solutions from partners to interoperate with and manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. The certification offers customers confidence that their OpenStack-based clouds and management solutions have been fully tested together and are supported jointly by Red Hat and the participating companies.”
Continue reading Repost: Red Hat Introduces Cloud Management Certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
If you’re “dipping a toe” into DevOps, a very helpful article by Red Hat’s Diane Mueller, OpenShift Community Manager.
Continue reading Repost: How to Bring DevOps to your Enterprise with PaaS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is now GA and so it’s time to write some code and/or port your applications. So let’s take a quick inventory of development tools, shall we?
Continue reading “RHEL 7 is for developers”
Part three of a four-part series on DevOps with Gene Kim and Red Hat IT.
- Bill Montgomery: Manager, Red Hat IT
- Steve Milner: Engineer, Red Hat IT
- Jen Krieger: Product Owner, Red Hat IT
- Tim Bielawa: Engineer, Red Hat IT
- Chris Murphy: Engineer, Red Hat IT
Introduction: Gene Kim, award-winning CTO and co-author of “The Phoenix Project,” recently sat down with Red Hat IT’s Inception team to discuss their DevOps mission. Here are the highlights from the conversation.
On the Inception team’s DevOps and CI/CD implementation strategy:
Gene: Why did you decide to first focus on release automation?
Continue reading “Gene Kim and Red Hat IT Part 3: A DevOps Implementation Strategy”
I had an interesting question from one of our developers here at Red Hat:
“When I was investigating a performance issue in our project after switched to oracle’s jdk7u40, I found a performance regression in class
sun.net.www.protocl.http.HttpURLConnection.getOutputStream(). This method takes more cpu time than with jdk7u25.”
And it does, much more time. In fact, when
fixedLengthStreamingMode is enabled
HttpURLConnection.getOutputStream() takes ten times as long: about 1.2 milliseconds versus 47 microseconds.
Continue reading “An ultra-lightweight high-precision logger for OpenJDK”
With the recent release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, we have some great new features to pass along. In this post we walk through the core C, math, and thread libraries and see what is new for developers.
The GNU C Library
The GNU C Library, or “glibc” as we like to call it, is a core component of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and provides several key OS components including the core ISO C functionality (including the math library), and both BSD and POSIX APIs (including the thread library). The project provides the vast majority of the low-level interfaces that developers use day in and day out with the Linux kernel. You might expect that not much would change, but actually Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 glibc introduces a large number of changes and improvements. In this article we’ll walk through these.