Entries by Ruben Schade

FreeBSD 13.0-R now available

The OrionVM Wholesale Cloud platform now proudly supports FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE as an OS template. Partners can now enable this template for their customers in their Cloud Administration portal under the Templates tab. Existing 12.x template users can upgrade using freebsd-update or building a new world. Refer to the Handbook for details. Version 13 is a […]

Backup as a Service launch webinar and FAQs

We have officially launched our Backup as a Service product! Our development team have been working closely with Comet in New Zealand to deliver a turnkey, direct-to-cloud backup system with industry-leading margins and a simple to configure agent. Servers, VMs, workstations, and laptops can be backed up with a combination of disk images, files and […]

Lab: Secure public and hybrid clouds with OrionVM and WatchGuard

Welcome to the OrionVM Lab, a new blog post series about solutions you can architect using our Wholesale Cloud infrastructure. With more clients working remote or from home than ever before, managed service providers, telcos, and system integrators are expected to deliver more resources within ever-tighter budgets and margins. BYO devices, hostile remote networks, and […]

Developers perspective on Industry Trends

Famed Q&A site Stack Overflow have run their annual developer survey again, asking the industry about the technology they use, their job prospects, and other trends in the industry. Feedback from past years lead to a briefer survey that was easier to complete, but it still covered a broad range of topics. The answers have […]

Takeaways from AsiaBSDCon 2018

Hi, it’s Ruben here reporting on AsiaBSDCon 2018.  As I mentioned in my previous post, this was our first time participating. The event is held each year at the Tokyo University of Science, and showcases the latest developments in the BSD community, including FreeBSD and NetBSD – the BSD flavors that OrionVM supports as templates for […]

OrionVM is going to AsiaBSDCon!

For the first time, OrionVM will be represented at AsiaBSDCon, the preeminent event for BSD operating system developers, engineers, and end users. As one of OrionVM’s solutions engineers that helps partners migrate and build their cloud environments on OrionVM, I’m genuinely excited to report I’ll be attending AsiaBSDCon in Tokyo, Japan this month! I will […]