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systemd.conf 2015 , CoreOS , systemd project, Linux userspace, containers and Oss and the future.

Container technologies bring henceforth in-depth participation when it comes to streamline IT experiences anywhere and anytime.

A set of initiatives and holistic projects emerge and many are now mature with streamlined capabilities that foster innovation, flexibility, security, scalability, collaboration and productivity. 
The systemdproject that is taking inspiration from the system managers of other operating systems, in particular Solaris' SMF framework, as well as MacOS X's launchd system draws our attention. 
According to Lennart Poettering, creator of the systemd project, systemd project is all about more than just an init system, but also covers device management, login management, and network management, logging services and a lot more.
At we also believe that, a modern system and service manager should natively know the concept of a container. Containers should be a central facet of server management and the concept of it should transcend the layers of …

New VMware security advisory

VMware has released a security update to address a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) certificate validation vulnerability in vCenter Server. Exploitation of this vulnerability may allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information. Available updates include: VMware vCenter Server version 6.0 update 1VMware vCenter Server version 5.5 update encourages users and administrators to review VMware security advisory VSMA-2015-0006 and apply the necessary updates.