Continuing on our Object-Oriented Programming with Python series, this is article 2 of 3 on the 2nd pillar, Inheritance. You can find the first article about Encapsulation in this series here. Inheritance – The Second Pillar Inheritance in OOP is the ability to have one class inherit the attributes of another class. Inheritance is simple to implement, but arguably … [Read more…]
Hey Folks, The systems running Tuxlabs are currently running CentOS 6.5 to emulate a production RHEL like setup for an Openstack Cloud. Running an operating system this old has it’s drawbacks such as dependencies. I was recently installing a well know Python framework and ran into compatibility issues. The framework required Python 2.7 and CentOS 6.5 … [Read more…]
In my last post about Runner I briefly explained needing to modify your ~/.ssh/config to use a ProxyCommand to allow for automatic tunneling with SSH.
ProxyCommand /usr/local/bin/sconnect -4 -w 4 -S localhost:8081 %h %p
What I didn’t explain is there is an alternative method that is arguably simpler. It requires creating three small shells scripts & placing them in your path or a … [Read more…]
Pre-requisites This article is a continuation on the previous article I wrote on how to do a single node all-in-one (AIO) Openstack Icehouse install using Redhat’s packstack. A working Openstack AIO installation using packstack is required for this article. If you do not already have a functioning AIO install of Openstack please refer to the previous article before continuing on to this articles … [Read more…]
A brief introduction of Openstack + My thoughts Openstack is open-source software for building clouds. It was created in 2010 by people from Rackspace & NASA, but is currently managed by the non-profit Openstack Foundation, which includes members from the who’s who of the technology sector that have joined forces to continue to invest & … [Read more…]