Icon fonts can be a very useful tool for WordPress sites. They allow you to add symbols and images to your website without slowing it down. That and other reasons are why icon fonts have become popular in recent years. If you are not sure about this topic, this blog post is here to help … The post Icon Fonts in WordPress – What They Are and How to Use Them (Manually/Plugin) appeared first on Torque.
Automation is great. We all love the idea of hitting a request button, and a few minutes having a resource (Virtual Machine in most cases) drop in our lap. It’s like magic! That being said, the magic wears off quickly when the machine isn’t actually useful. How do we make machines useful? Through varying forms
Mike: Hi John, what’s up. You are a busy cloud admin! John: Hi Mike, I am just downloading product binaries to install/upgrade our VMware cloud management products. Mike: OK. Are you using vRSLCM to install/upgrade those products? John: Yes. Mike: Then you could just register your My VMware account with vRSLCM. So that you
Linuxbrew is a clone of homebrew, the MacOS package manager, for Linux, which allows users to install software to their home directory. It’s feature set includes: Allowing installation of packages to a home directory...
Why learn Scala? One of the questions my readers often ask me is, “Should Java developers learn Scala? Does Scala have a better future than Java? Why should Java developers learn Scala,” and so on? Well, …
When I look back on the history of AWS and think about the launches that truly signify the fundamentally dynamic, on-demand nature of the cloud, two stand out in my memory: the launch of Amazon EC2 in 2006 and the concurrent launch of CloudWatch Metrics, Auto Scaling, and Elastic Load Balancing in 2009. The first […]
It is common practice for developers to work on several servers or tiers in order to test their work and make sure code is ready to deploy without introducing errors on a live production environment. WP Engine features multiple environments per WordPress installation and provides a multi-tiered workflow. It is possible for developers to work … The post Using the Command Line for Automation – Part II appeared first on Torque.
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At VMworld 2018, the IT Central Station team scoured the show floor, event sessions and the coffee stands with one goal: to find out what VMware customers really thought about vRealize Operations (vROps). As the leading site for enterprise technology user reviews, we are always looking for user feedback that can help our growing