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Viewing entries posted in 2013
Canadians have an opportunity to shape the future of internet access and pricing. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has initiated an open review of the regulatory status and policies covering telecommunications wholesale services.
This final installment in a series of blog posts on containers by Joe Topjian will goes over the important details of Docker.
O’Reilly Media, one of the biggest publishers of materials on leading-edge IT technologies, has posted a definitive overview of monitoring tools for systems administrators, with contributions from Cybera sysadmin Luke Tymowski.
This second installment in a series of blog posts on containers by Joe Topjian will detail some of the solutions that existed before Docker.
In part one of this blog series, Joe Topjian explains the history of operating system containers and how to get started.
Good news for our current and future members of Cybera: the next-generation advanced 16 Port 10GE Juniper Line Cards have just arrived at our Calgary office. This will help Cybera meet the demand of our ever-growing member base in Alberta
David Ackerman describes how to adapt Chef to allow your recipes to interact with other recipes
Donna Gorday offers her tips on overcoming the technical and licensing issues involved with setting up a virtual computing lab.
Alvaro Pereira describes Software Defined Networking, and the varied network control options it can provide.
This is the final installment in a series of blog posts covering the advanced features of Swift. Among its many features, Swift also has the ability to support temporary URLs…