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In his newsletter, Phil comments on industry news, community or partner activities, and internal LINBIT lab developments. If something caught your interest feel free to answer as well.
A Visual Approach to LINBIT SDS Here at LINBIT®, we live at the shell prompt, but on occasion, getting a graphical view of things can
First, I’d like to continue the evolving discussion about RedHat’s move to limit its RHEL source code to its paying customers and cut off clones
Authors: Ryan Ronnander & Roland Kammerer — In this technical blog post, we show you how to integrate LINSTOR® with Proxmox VE using a storage
In this blog post, I want to expand a little bit further on my colleague, and DRBD Reactor developer, Roland’s post, High-Availability with DRBD Reactor &
You may have noticed that the newsletter got one week off from its usual cadence. That is due to my two-week summer vacation. We spent
LINSTOR®, the software behind LINBIT®’s software defined storage solutions, can be integrated into many different platforms and many different environments. Most of LINSTOR’s platform integrations
LINBIT® has an updated and expanded technical guide available with instructions for making a Nagios XI deployment highly available by using DRBD® and Pacemaker on
Recently, Red Hat’s change in how they distribute the source code of their distro caught my (and the open source world’s) attention. The Register has an excellent historical
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a computer systems architecture that abstracts the compute, storage, and networking components of the architecture by using their software-defined functional equivalents
The eight-week cadence brings the new DRBD releases 9.1.15 and 9.2.2. The two releases contain roughly the same bug fixes. What these bug fixes have in
Kubernetes can be thought of as an infrastructure abstraction layer for on-premise and cloud computing. The applications you deploy into one cloud platform or on-premise
As part of ongoing efforts to make LINBIT® software-defined storage (SDS) solutions better understood and more widely used, the LINSTOR® Users Guide has undergone a major change.
LINBIT SDS and xiRAID have proven to work exceptionally well together, and with LINBIT SDS now on Xinnor xiRAID, I wanted to cover the subject
I recently spoke at STAC Summit in London and Rene Peinthor, a LINBIT developer, was also in London for his talk at the CloudStack European User Group.
High performance will always be a core value of any of our software. We recently shared some exciting performance results from our collaboration with Ampere,
Authors: Joel Zhou & Michael Troutman — In a Kubernetes cluster that has persistent storage managed by LINBIT SDS, you can have a high-availability solution
As the world’s leading provider of Software-Defined Storage, High Availability, and Disaster Recovery software, LINBIT adds server clustering capabilities to any containerized, virtualized, or bare metal environment.
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