The state of Gaming on Linux is great and way better than a couple of years ago. This is largely due to the power of Open Source. But why ? Let’s dig into this a bit. History In the past, there were just a few games available as native Linux binaries. The majority of games […]
Historically, there have been two schools of thought about patching: Patch as soon as a patch is available to eliminate security risks versus testing the patch extensively before it is applied to production systems ( aka “Never change a running system” ). One of the main reasons why you might feel the need to patch […]
Why do we need DevOps Metrics and what are they good for ?
First of all: What is a systemd service ? systemd is an init system in the Linux world, similar but not identical to init or SysVinit init systems (see ). There has been much discussion about this, but in the end all major distributions have for some time now switched to systemd. Essentially, systemd moves […]
For english content please see the blog post by Chris Jenkins at https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/openshift-security-hardening-healthcare-industry which essentially presents the same information as this post. Because of the importance of the topic and the ask from our german-language customers we wanted to also present this information in german. “Security is not a product, it itself is a process” […]