Mastering OpenStack as a Stackmasters intern

Mastering OpenStack as a Stackmasters intern

I was looking for an opportunity to gather practical knowledge on OpenStack and Ansible. As a final year student and a member of the CONSERT lab in University of West Attica, I had already touched my fingers on cloud technology. And since Stackmasters is heavily involved in cloud management and OpenStack in particular, I chose them to apply for my internship. A Stackmasters intern, then!

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Mastering OpenStack as a Stackmasters intern was last modified: July 15th, 2019 by Stackmasters

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If you do one thing in 2018, make it cloud automation

Cloud Automation

We’re going to make this one short and sweet. If you want to truly streamline your IT operations then there are fewer better and more efficient ways to do it than cloud automation. Period.

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If you do one thing in 2018, make it cloud automation was last modified: June 11th, 2019 by Stackmasters

Get your stack in tip top shape this summer

Get your stack in tip top shape this summer

Summer time and the living is easy. At least that’s the way things should be at this time of year, right?

Wrong. It’s usually the season when there’s ample surfing (on the web that is), as well as new apps, software updates and IoT devices all stretching the limits of your Stack and IT system.

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Get your stack in tip top shape this summer was last modified: June 11th, 2019 by Stackmasters

Success Story: AbZorba Games

Abzorba App

If we said that AbZorba Games is one of the biggest success stories of the Greek startup scene it would be true — but also an understatement. AbZorba Games, a popular maker of mobile casino style games is one of the biggest success stories of the iOS and Android app scenes, period.

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Success Story: AbZorba Games was last modified: June 11th, 2019 by Stackmasters

Open source software in the modern data centre

Open source software in the modern data centre

There is an old quote that describes the progress of disruptive movements and technologies in this way: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win”.

Well, when it comes to Open Source in the data centre, we have been in the winning stage for quite a while now.

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Open source software in the modern data centre was last modified: June 11th, 2019 by Stackmasters

Managed Services: infrastructure on tap

Managed Services: infrastructure on tap

In the beginning there was the lone systems administrator.

He (for it was almost always a he) drank a lot of coffee, played a lot of PC games in the office, and knew all those arcane command line incantations to make your infrastructure work.

Problem is, he was a single point of failure, being the only person who understood your system scripts and the ad-hoc and informal ways in which your servers where setup.

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Managed Services: infrastructure on tap was last modified: June 11th, 2019 by Stackmasters