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Viewing entries posted in 2013

High-Speed Internet Access For Everyone: A Call to Action

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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.

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Contain your enthusiasm – Part Three: Docker

Joe Topjian, Systems Architect

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This final installment in a series of blog posts on containers by Joe Topjian will goes over the important details of Docker.

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Monitoring tools: experts weigh in

Meagan Hampel, Director of Communications

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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.

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Contain your enthusiasm – Part Two: Jails, Zones, OpenVZ, and LXC

Joe Topjian, Systems Architect

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This second installment in a series of blog posts on containers by Joe Topjian will detail some of the solutions that existed before Docker.

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Contain your enthusiasm – Part One: a history of operating system containers

Joe Topjian, Systems Architect

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In part one of this blog series, Joe Topjian explains the history of operating system containers and how to get started.

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Expanded research network to benefit Alberta’s public sector

Zafar Yousufi, Network Analyst

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

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Modular Configuration with Chef

David Ackerman, Senior Developer

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David Ackerman describes how to adapt Chef to allow your recipes to interact with other recipes

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Tips for getting your virtual lab off the ground

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Donna Gorday offers her tips on overcoming the technical and licensing issues involved with setting up a virtual computing lab.

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SDN — Where do I start?

Alvaro Pereira, Network Analyst

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Alvaro Pereira describes Software Defined Networking, and the varied network control options it can provide.

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Advanced Swift Features: Part 3

Joe Topjian, Systems Architect

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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…

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