We created a new icon pack for Icinga 2

In our daily routine, we work with Icinga monitoring system. It helps us quickly react to any possible issue that happens with our customers. However, the default look of Icinga icons after hours looking on it, starting to become boring. I think many of you have already noticed that. It motivates us to update our default icon pack for Icinga. The new look of Icinga makes it easier to control the services and highlights the key point in the Dashboard.

Generally, you can endlessly look at three things, how water flows, fire burns, and how Icinga monitoring system demonstrates zero issues. Do you like it? We do, so we gathered a special pack of icons for Icinga Dashboard. It diversifies your routine monitoring days. Not convinced...

RHELvolution 2: A brief history of Red Hat Enterprise Linux releases from RHEL 6 to today

In the previous post, we looked at the history of Red Hat Enterprise Linux from pre-RHEL days through the rise of virtualization. In this one we'll take a look at RHEL's evolution from early days of public cloud to the release of RHEL 8 and beyond. 

RHEL 6: Public cloud (2010)

This was the early days of public cloud—initiated by Amazon. Developers quickly saw the appeal of dynamic infrastructure, and operations teams were marketed to with enhanced operational efficiency.  Soon after the initial appeal of dev/test on Amazon, many of our customers wanted the benefits of the stability and improved security on RHEL along with the platform’s extended ISV ecosystem in the cloud. To meet this need, RHEL 6 included images that could...