Building your own private cloud using open source tools

Building your own private cloud using open source tools
Things move very fast in IT infrastructure space, traditionally we have been busy building new machines and reformatting the old ones, customizing and hardening the OS and installing the required softwares and delivering to the dev and ops team. However with virtualization in place, and with the availability of state of the art virtualization tools ...

Business Service Monitoring (BSM) – IT as a Service

I wonder if on a sunny afternoon, your IT manager calls you up and says that he needs a business map of all the mission critical business applications/services running in your enterprise and if it indeed impacts the entire business or revenue of your company if any of these services gets impacted. You may react ...

Making up a vpn tunnel between two separate virtual networks inside windows azure cloud infra

Hey it’s friday again guys, do you feel lazy (I feel so, had a big pizza in lunch with a drink ) , so what’s the weekend plan, any party? So let me tell you guys it may not be a big deal until you are working with windows servers in both the virtual networks, ...

Setting up openVPN client on your CentOS release 6.3 (Final)

Hey Guys, Whats up.. till now it’s been a busy friday for me , what’s abt yours?? So today we gonna see how to set up openVPN client on your linux box to establish a vpn connectivity from your linux machine to a private network may be your office network over the internet. Heading straight ...

Tools which are real daemons

I recently came across this tool which is basically a unix daemon to collect your system statistics, basically this is what it was designed for, but it has come a long way beyond just a daemon as far as its official page collectd claims. But it looks promising and challenging, as it has got a hell lot of ...

The possible cloud monitoring tools

I was browsing to search for best suitable tools (yes ofcourse open source only) to monitor the new cloud platform and came through this post by John Willis. He says.. I have been wanting to start a thread on what open source tools are best for monitoring in the cloud. At this point this is ...

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