Author Archive | Kendrick Coleman

New Site Sponsor and Free Tool from Vembu

This site is known for free tools. That’s really where it became popular. I’m happy to announce that Vembu, a player in the virtualization backup and recovery space is now a sponsor. Please take minute to view their website and read the press release below. Give them a try since there is a free trial […]

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Building a Private Cloud with Containers: The Learning Curve

Within the IT community and outside of it there is growing interest in private and hybrid cloud architectures. Many organizations are considering, or already building, a virtualized infrastructure to achieve something like a public cloud on Azure or AWS, only on-premises using in-house resources.   In the days when VMware was the go-to virtualization technology, […]

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Is 2017 The Year for Kubernetes?

The container space is full of leap frogging technology and it seems impossible to keep up with the pace. Only 2 years ago, Kubernetes was starting to get attention. Compared to the other solutions on the market, it was trailing in a distant 3rd place. It wasn’t stable and had a large learning curve, especially as […]

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World Cup Fun with Ruby on Rails

  TL;DR – just go here -> http://worldcupstats.cfapps.io/   The World Cup is in full swing and While watching the Brazil v Chile game yesterday I figured I would play around with the unofficial World Cup API. You know the saying “if you don’t use it, you lose it”? Well, it seems very true for […]

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The New Kingmakers

2 weeks ago, Brian Gracely (@bgracely) shared some information with me talking about the changing landscape of DevOps and it hit spot on. Brian showed a picture of a book titled The New Kingmakers, How Developers Conquered The World. I had never heard of it before so I wanted to explore, and to not spoil […]

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JumpSquares v1.2 – Nmap XML Parsing

Over the past 2 weeks I’ve been working on implementing a new feature that was requested by Christian Mohn (@h0bbel) on the the vSoup Podcast. This new feature will hopefully allow you to create more JumpSquares faster. Version 1.2 (1.9.14) Added Nmap Scan XML functions. Upload Nmap XML file to create JumpSquares quickly. Changed a […]

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