Month: October 2020

WordPress 5.5.3 Maintenance Release

WordPress 5.5.3 is now available.  This maintenance release fixes an issue introduced in WordPress 5.5.2 which makes it impossible to install WordPress on a brand new website that does not have a database connection configured.

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Photon OS announces migration to New Package Repository

Photon OS currently hosts the required packages and other artifacts using public servers on Bintray. As such, when a user issues any tdnf commands, Photon OS looks for the package updates in the Bintray repository.  Going forward, we will be transitioning away from this service to one that is hosted at packages.vmware.com/photon. Over the last few weeks the team

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Don’t Miss Our “5 Ways to Keep Attackers Out” Live Stream on Thursday

Join us tomorrow, October 29, at 6:00 AM Pacific for the last of our Cybersecurity Awareness Month talks (early in case our EMEA friends would like to join — cybersecurity is, in fact, a global

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Join Us Live at 11 AM Pacific Today to Talk Compliance Audits

It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month and we’re on our third week of live talks. In fact, the third one starts in just a few hours. Join me at 11 AM Pacific on October 22, 2020 as

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Mozilla Reaction to U.S. v. Google

Today the US Department of Justice (“DOJ”) filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, alleging that it unlawfully maintains monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising markets. While we’re still examining

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Join Us Live on October 22 to Talk about Compliance Audits and vSphere!

It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month and we’re on our third week of live talks. This week I will be talking about compliance audits and regulatory work, specifically surviving an audit. Join me at 11 AM Pacific

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VMware Cloud Director 10.2 – SSL Management and Public Address Configuration

With the release of VMware Cloud Director (VCD) 10.2, I wanted to review how SSL management has changed. In this blog post, I will highlight the new SSL functionality and securing a new VCD 10.2

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How to Use PHP-FPM with cPanel

PHP performance is an enduring issue for web hosts. PHP is the most widely used server programming language on the web by a big margin. The most popular content management systems and ecommerce applications are

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The Fast Lane for Data Transfer – Paravirtual RDMA(PVRDMA) Support for Native Endpoints.

Overview   Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) is a revolutionary technology that enables host devices (devices connected over a network) to read and write data present in their main memory without the CPU’s and the operating

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