Category: Linux

Provisioning with Red Hat Satellite 6.2 – part 3

Welcome to part 3 of our Red Hat Satellite provisioning series. In part 1 we covered the steps required to get provisioning set up in Satellite. Part 2 covered  provisioning a VM in VMWare. In this article we cover provisioning a Docker container, an AWS EC2…

Provisioning with Redhat Satellite 6.2 – part 2

In part 1 we discussed the prerequisites required to get Redhat Satellite 6.2 ready as a provisioning platform. Although there were quite a few tasks, as previously mentioned, in the main these are a one off activity and once set up, make provisioning hosts a quick…

Provisioning with Redhat Satellite 6.2 – Part 1

This week I’m looking at provisioning with Redhat Satellite 6.2. Redhat Satellite 6 has become a bit of a lumbering beast. It does a lot of stuff but it’s not as straight forward as the old versions. Whilst patching remains probably the key function, the provisioning…

A bastion castle

Using a Bastion Host to access your AWS EC2 Instances

Following on from our article on running a static website in S3 , this time out we’re looking at deploying a Bastion host in the AWS cloud. This is not a new idea but I only recently came across this architecture design so I’m guessing other…

blog joke

Yay – It’s 2017

  Yes, I’m jumping on the, “it’s 2017” band wagon so a slightly belated Happy New Year to you all. This edition of the JustSomeStuff blog is about nothing in particular, just me waffling on about recent updates and what we have planned for the year…

Running an anonymous proxy in a Docker container – part 2

A while back I wrote a blog post about running a Glype anonymous proxy in a Docker container. In case you forgotten or didn’t read part one, that article covered creating a Docker image from the latest fedora image in Docker Hub and manually configuring it…

Unix & Storage Wiki

Wiki Updates – Storage

Just a quick post to let you guys know what’s been happening in our wonderful Wiki recently. I’ve added a few new entries and updated a few others which I’d like to share. While I’ve been busy playing with the new toys ( Docker , AWS …

Puppet – the basics

So I was at this meetup and this guy comes over, “Hey dude, what to you think of puppet?” “Puppet?”, I reply. “Yeah, puppet, or are you a chef man?” “No,no, I work in IT”, I try to explain. But the expression on his face changes…

The new features of RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 – Part 2

Continuing on from our previous post where we covered systemd  and journald, we continue our discovery of the new features of RedHat Enterprise Linux 7. RedHat EL 7 – Networking This is a bit of a something about nothing story. There is a new networking service called NetworkManager…

The new features of RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 – Part 1

I know what your thinking, “come on man, RedHat EL 7 has been out for nearly two freaking years now, get up to date”. Well, if you’re already familiar and using RedHat EL 7, please feel free to go back to watching clips of flower arranging…