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Testing S4U2Proxy

Yesterday I set up a S4U2Proxy configuration for HTTP to HTTP delegation. Today, I tested it. I took Alexander’s approach to testing using CGI. Here’s my test page, that just fetches a token from Keystone using Curl: #!/usr/bin/bash OS_AUTH_URL=https://ayoungdevstack20.cloudlab.freeipa.org/keystone/krb OS_PROJECT_NAME=demo TOKEN=`curl \ -H "Content-Type:application/json" \ --negotiate -u : \ -d '{ "auth": {...

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OpenStack Design Summit Juno, from a Ceilometer point of view

A few weeks ago was the OpenStack Design Summit in Atlanta, GA where we, developers, discussed and designed the new OpenStack release (Juno) coming up. I’ve been there mainly to discuss Ceilometer upcoming developments. The summit has been great. It was my third OpenStack design summit, and the first one not being a PTL, meaning it was a largely more relaxed summit for me! On Monday, we started by a 2.5 hours meeting with Ceilometer...

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Missing EF Feature Workarounds: Filters

Filters are one of those ORM features that when you need it, you REALLY need it. NHibernate has had this feature for quite a long time, but it still doesn’t exist in EF. What are filters? In NHibernate, a filter is a global, named, parameterized filter that may be enabled or disabled for a particular NHibernate session The scenarios for this feature are pretty extensive: Soft deletes Multi-tenancy (with a tenant ID...

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BI’s Days are Numbered – Here Come’s BPM Again?

I will go out on a limb with this: I think the current popularity of “business intelligence and analytics” is about to play out its course.  I also think, and this is why BI will take a hit, that Business Process Management (BPM) movement will again become number one priority for CIO’s in terms of strategic investments. BI and analytics has been top priority for CIO’s, according to our CIO surveys, for the last couple of...