Weekly Snap: OpenNebula Conf Speakers, PHP SPL Queues & Throttling VMs

weekly snap4 – 8 August started as it ended, with event announcements from OSMC and OpenNebula Conf, complemented by tips on Puppet, virtualisation and PHP.
Eva counted 113 days to the OSMC with Andreas Ericsson’s announcement of his Nagios fork, Naemon.
Sebastian looked at throttling resources on virtual machines as Alexander gave a quick example of how to use PHP SPL Queue.
Lennart followed with a little Puppet tip in the lead up to the Puppet Camp on 16 October in Dusseldorf.
Finally, Eva ended the week by announcing the OpenNebula Conf 2014 program featuring keynote speakers David Lutterkort from Puppet Labs, Armin Deliomini of Runtastic and a host of engineers and developers from the OpenNebula project itself.

Weekly Snap: Object-Oriented Code, Virtualisation & Foreman

weekly snap9 – 13 December offered tips on virtualisation, object-oriented code and on how to keep the taxman happy during Christmas.
Eva counted 120 days to the OSDC 2014 with René Koch’s presentation on Enterprise Open Source Virtualisation with oVirt and RHEV.
Dirk then shared his approach to Metal as a Service with Foreman, while Matthias offered 3 steps to improved object-oriented code.
Just in time for the festivities, Bernd looked into the tax rules of Christmas, assessing the limits for company gifts and celebrations.