Have you ever seen a devop presentation from facebook or better yet twitter techs? This piece of infomercial is rubbish.
Oh, but there is of course. We upgraded our 3k servers easily because we have a RH enterprise account.
;) The only interesting bit was we have all the procedure documented, but then they contradicted himselves and say the man goes full comando and updates everything live without testing. Apart from that, it is drivel.
OMG, IKEA uses RH enterprise support for managing their servers... Slash *used* to be news for nerds. I have used scripts, after that RunDeck and now Ansible + Debian. And they do not need a subscription and better yet, are *distribution agnostic*.
offer free license key. Colour me impressed and dully excited. (disclaimer nothing against the particular vendor)
I misread it as make donations cunt
Dont let facts get on the way of a nice tale, and do not burst the buble of the poster that the email protocol in use in the last 50 years was not designed with many reliability questions in mind, and the sender is easily faked.
How about a kilt?
Translate female for male: Are Male-Focused Engineering Toys Reinforcing Gender Stereotypes?
Yes, for sure, I do remember the huge facilities HP had near the campus.
If you say so. Living in a European capital with stellar food choices, excellent seafood, very high quality cheap wines, and comparatively much lower prices, and to top if off where people actually know what is good food, I beg to disagree.
You can always get a flight to London in a weekend in any city in europe, see a word class theather, meet new people and not live in a very crowded and expensive city. About the eating, I can't even figure out why I would go to England to eat.
I studied in Bristol. The kind of industry is not exactly what IT people want. Low skilled labor, small town syndrome. Apart from some hubs designated to attract students, it is a town with the syndrome of a village. Would not enjoy living there, enjoyed it when younger tough.
Very insightful, and the comment about tier 5 was particularly delightful.
And that is really the key thing. On those days of always connected and virtualisation technologies, skips and email in our pocket, why do we have to live in dreadful places?
Exchange mobiles with friends and confuse their data. I don't understand why in that uk event where police is cross-referencing bracelets and faces to train their cams and get more faces on the system, why did not anyone come out with the civil disobedience idea of exchanging bracelets on mass.