CatN Profiles – Sam Duke

3rd September 2014 by Joe Gardiner

Sam recently joined the team as a Community Manager – now it’s her turn under the CatN profile spotlight. Say hello, Sam! Name Sam Duke Role Community Manager What do you do at CatN? I spend my time seeking out …

CatN is proud to have six Certified System Administrators in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack

16th April 2014

One of our six certified developers, Jorge Serrano, who has successfully passed the rigorous course in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack, talks about the hands-on training. It has given him practical experience which will enable him to improve our customer …

CatN Profiles – Damion Parry

20th November 2013

Each month we profile a different member of the CatN team so you can learn a little more about the experts tinkering away behind the scenes. Damion’s up this time! Name Damion Parry Role Systems Administrator Letters after name BSc(Hons), …

The CatN Team gets certified RedHat OpenStack Expertise

30th October 2013

I’m pleased to announce that 6 members of the CatN team took part in RedHat’s OpenStack Administration course (CL210) last week and all 6 of them passed the RedHat Certificate of Expertise in Infrastructure as a Service Exam (EX210) at …

Who let the cat out of the blog?

10th June 2013 by Joe Gardiner

The old adage ‘content is king’ has never been more relevant, especially with Google evolving in the way it is. High value content is not only vital for attracting visitors and engaging with communities, it is also an incredibly useful …

Theme from a (fri)day at CatN

28th March 2013

Following on from Joe’s recent post ‘Ultimate storms beware, you CatN touch this‘ we’ve carried on the theme of misspelling CatN by creating a tenuously linked playlist. A bit of friday afternoon fun, we decided to create a CatN playlist …

Ultimate storms beware, you CatN touch this

25th March 2013

Branding a product can be tough. Tougher still is branding the company or division behind a range of products. I often get asked why we are called CatN. I also often hear the name pronounced incorrectly – Cap’n, Cat’n, C-A-T-N …

Introducing Alex

16th April 2012

Hello, my name is Alex Bisogiannis and a few months ago I joined the CatN team as a Storage Architect. I thought I would introduce myself on the CatN blog and share my experience and the previous projects I have …

A Fortnight in Fubra

12th April 2012

I have almost completed my two weeks of work experience at Fubra (give or take a few days for the Easter holidays) and overall I’ve really valued the experience and what I have learnt during my time here. As I …

Introduction from the new CatN guy

5th April 2012 by Huw Davies

So this is the end of my first week as Product manager here at CatN and there has been a lot to learn and do! I come from a Hosted Exchange background and while there are plenty of similarities there …

Installing WordPress Multi-Site on Apache localhost using Sub-Domains

30th March 2012

One of the often missed features of WordPress is the ability to run more than one site off it. It’s thought that WordPress can be a bit bloated at time with the number of database connections it does, but so …

Work Experience at CatN

23rd March 2012

This week I’ve been working at Fubra Ltd and focusing on the design side of things. I’ve been working with Nick mainly. Although I didn’t have a major understanding of the technical side of CatN after researching a bit and …

CatN experts become RHCSA accredited

1st August 2011

Last week the CatN office was decidedly quiet. We had decided to send some of our hosting experts on the RHCSA fast track course to become accredited as Red Hat System Administrators. In particular we chose the RH200 course combining …

Generator test: Wayne Horkan

19th January 2009

Today we had the pleasure of swapping datacentre tours with Sun Microsystems. While we’re not quite on the same scale as Sun we always aim to impress and asked Wayne Horkan, their UK CTO, to perform our weekly generator test. …