The first Micro Focus Cloud Monitoring Virtual Customer Forum is your chance to connect with your peers worldwide and hear about exciting new developments around Cloud Monitoring with Operations Bridge.
On December 9th, Micro Focus will hold for the first time a virtual customer forum for their Configuration Management System (CMS) which is built on top of famous Universal Discovery and their uCMDB technologies. Here is the link, I have received for registration. Some details about the event as received: Get an analyst perspective on… Read More »
If you have gone through deploying your applications on Kubernetes, you will realize how Kubernetes relies heavily on DNS and you may notice that Kubernetes has a local DNS service that takes care of DNS related activities. This DNS service is used by Kubernetes master nodes to locate worker nodes, and for sure if your… Read More »
This PlateSpin Migrate demo video we provide a complete overview of the migration workflow when migrating Windows and Linux servers to Microsoft Azure. All migration steps are covered, from initial full replication to cutover
Today, I have seen that my kubernetes cluster was switched to cordon mode, where all nodes suddenly become not supporting pod scheduling. I thought to share the commands and sample of the screen outputs. https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/administer-cluster/safely-drain-node/ First, I have listed the pods and I found many pods are in a pending state, this means that Kubernetes… Read More »
We are excited to announce the release of Operations Bridge 2019.05 that will cover updates not only to Containers-based edition but also to Operations Bridge Manager and SiteScope classic installation, nevertheless covering more components like Connectors and Management Packs, COSO and more excited enhancement.
Join us on this webcast and see how this latest release of Service Management Automation X (SMAX) turns the virtual agent into a smart virtual agent and expands its Enterprise Service Management (ESM) usage.
Kubernetes Dashboard is a web-based Kubernetes user interface. You can use Dashboard to deploy containerized applications to a Kubernetes cluster, troubleshoot your containerized application, and manage the cluster resources. You can use Dashboard to get an overview of applications running on your cluster, as well as for creating or modifying individual Kubernetes resources (such as… Read More »