Happy SysAdmin Day! Cheers to all of you who keep your organizations running, keep our data secure, respond at a moment’s notice and bring servers and apps back to life after a crash. Today we say, “Thank You!” Anniversaries are a great time to reflect on accomplishments of the last year: the projects you’ve completed, the occasions you’ve saved your company money or time, the new technology you’ve learned. In a role like IT, so much can change each year as technology progresses and becomes more challenging to stay ahead of that curve. So this SysAdmin Day, we at Docker want…
To celebrate National Infrastructure Engineers and System Administrators Day, we asked the IT pros to tweet us their tips and tricks. After narrowing the submissions to five — here are the top shared life hacks in 140 characters (or less).
National Infrastructure Engineers / System Administrator Appreciation Day is just around the corner. Each year, on the last Friday in July we praise the heroes that keep our organizations running smoothly.
Thank you everyone who submitted and be sure to thank your SysAdmins today! We received so many awesome submissions, it was very difficult to pick only a few war stories to share. Members of the Docker team voted and picked our top SysAdmin war story – congratulations to Sam Burton for submitting our favorite story! But we also wanted to share some of the other great entries – scroll down to read more SysAdmin war stories. Happy SysAdmin Day!
With SysAdmin Day coming up on Friday, July 31st, now is a great time to thank our SysAdmins for everything they do! Without them, who knows what we would do when a server is down.
The last Friday in July is the day the world celebrates sysadmins and all that they do. And as more and more apps dominate our personal and professional waking hours and with the non-stop growth in the number of servers – physical, virtual, and cloud – the role is only growing in importance. Sysadmins have a special role in the history of Docker: back-in-the-day, Solomon was a sysadmin, and it was his frustration with trying to manage and maintain golden tarballs that triggered his thinking, “There’s gotta be a better way….” Several years and an iteration or two later, Docker was born….