Here’s your monthly roundup of Shadow-Soft goodness – including news, case studies, and events. Enjoy!
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Shadow-Soft is excited to announce that David Rodriguez has joined as Vice President of Technology. With extensive technical experience, David is responsible for providing Shadow-Soft clients with strategic direction, preparing Shadow-Soft clients for the challenges of tomorrow, leading Shadow-Soft’s engineering team, and expanding Shadow-Soft’s capabilities around DevOps and organizational transformation.
How is digital transformation impacting the IT Operations team? Is the change advisory board being replaced by automation and infrastructure as code? Shadow-Soft’s Chris Sibold shares his thoughts in this video.
Want to learn how top Atlanta organizations are automating infrastructure builds and deployments? Join us in Sandy Springs on Tuesday, August 20th.
Shadow-Soft, a systems integrator with an open-source history, is coming to Nashville, Tennessee. This expansion will bring local resources into Shadow-Soft’s growing client base in West and Middle Tennessee. Over the past nine years, Shadow-Soft has worked closely with many…
Shadow-Soft is very excited to co-announce the release of Icinga 2 v2.11. This much anticipated release addresses some of the most important bugs within the network stack, TLS and cluster sync. HA for the performance data writers is also a very welcome enhancement.
The Infrastructure Monitoring Day Conference brings together America’s leading IT Operations and Monitoring teams for a day of talks, training, and networking. Join us on May 23rd in Atlanta! The big theme this year is Automation.
Infrastructure Provisioning & Secrets Management with HashiCorp: Event Recap
IT leaders and software engineers gathered at Shadow-Soft HQ in Atlanta to learn how Ansible can be used to “Glue” together their CI/CD tools. Special thanks to Red Hat and Intel for sponsoring the event. Their support helped us provide…
Oracle announced that it will no longer supply free binary downloads for JDK releases. This means Oracle engineers will no longer write patches for OpenJDK bugs. Additionally, Oracle is now charging customers for Oracle JDK support.