by Louis DeLosSantos


As I begin to dig deeper into placing docker into production I find myself needing an elaborate lab. I personally use KVM on a Ubuntu system but this should apply to any hypverisor which uses Linux bridges to accomplish networking.


I wanted end-to-end connectivity from my host system to containers that were being hosted in a virtual machine. For example, I should be able to create a VM (from my KVM Host machine) named dockerhost01 and a container in this machine. I should be able to ping the container from my KVM HOST machine. With the default routing table this will not work.


In order to aid in representing our configuration I have a crude hand-written diagram. I’m f...

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We hear a lot today about STEM initiatives, Girls Who Code, and many other efforts to get girls and young women excited about technology. How about developing those women leaders in tech? That’s where today’s Fit List Woman, Tiffany Roesler comes in.


Tiffany is the President of ISPOSSIBLE IN TECH, a technology staffing firm based in NYC with a satellite office in Chicago. She is also the founder of ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK which is a monthly meetup designed to foster community for women in tech with the mission to increase the number of women leaders in tech by inspiring and celebrating women in tech who are rocking, and we are very sure that she is Fit to Lead. Welcome to the Fi...

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Investing is about more than pure profits, spreadsheets and returns. It certainly encompasses that but it is about far more: creating impact, nurturing success, growing community.


Affinity investing seeks to blend those goals together: utilizing the combination of investment, strategic aid and business development to break down barriers create and grow valuable communities of successful companies with beneficial impact on the world. One can define affinity investing as investing around a theme, cause, group that brings people together. It is, therefore, an opportunity for the LGBT community to be strong through creating wealth and opportunity that benefits individuals as well as the whole.



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StartOut and Lowenstein Sandler are pleased to invite you to one of our favorite events of the year “Meet The Angels”, featuring active angel investors in the NY area who invest in companies in their early stages. The evening will start with a discussion on the latest trends in Angel investing (for example – did you know that Angels invest in more than 50 times as many early stage companies as VC’s?) then Q&A with angel investors, followed by startup pitches and a networking reception. We are excited to have a fantastic panel of Angel Investors joining us for this special event!


To be considered to pitch our panel of active investors and the crowd, please register your...

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ISPOSSIBLE IN TECH’s new office is located in the rapidly expanding technological hub of Chicago and is led by Ashley McNamara


October 7, 2015, New York, NY—ISPOSSIBLE IN TECH (ISPOSSIBLE) is thrilled to announce the official opening of its second office in Chicago, Illinois. The office is located at 220 North Green Street, Chicago, IL 60607 and is headed up by Ashley McNamara.


ISPOSSIBLE President, Tiffany Roesler, chose Chicago for ISPOSSIBLE’s first satellite office because of its bourgeoning technological presence. Tiffany foresees Chicago as an up-and-coming major player within the tech space. Moreover, she recognizes that each city has its own unique ecosystem and is...

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I just finished my 4th ‪Lesbians Who Tech Summit and I can't believe how moved I am. I geeked out listening to Danielle Feinberg, Director of Photography at Pixar, talk about breaking the rules in using Art and Science. My mind was blown listening to Martine Rothblatt, the founder of Sirius XM, talk about her new venture building a companion robot based on the digital file of her wife. Lastly, the mic dropped when Stephenie Landry, General Manager of Amazon Prime, clarified unapologetically to the journalist interviewing her that she did not "support" Amazon and now she has created it! When Megan Smith (the CTO of America), Edie Winsor (Plantiff for DOMA), and Robbie Kapplan (Litigator for E...

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Written by: Katherine Pitney


On Thursday, August 13, 2015, ISPOSSIBLE IN TECH, a technology staffing agency based in New York City, co-founded by Tiffany Roesler, Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond, social commentator, author of Powder Necklace, and the 2015 opening speaker at TEDcAccra, and Erikan Obotetukudo, a child of two Nigerian immigrants, who made a career out of researching about, investing in, and contributing to Africa’s growth as a continent, came together to host the first Africa 2050 event at Palantir Technologies.


Africa 2050 was born, designed, and held to inform the public about the immense technological potential of the youth population within Africa, and educate the world about th...

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Founders Tiffany Roesler and Alysha Pearlberg of ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK interview Gillian Morris, Founder of Hitlist. Hitlist is a well-designed, simple app that helps you complete your travel bucket list on your own financial terms.






Founders Tiffany Roesler and Alysha Pearlberg of ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK interview Gillian Morris, Founder of Hitlist. Hitlist is a well designed, simple app that helps you complete your travel bucket list on your own financial terms.



On Thursday, April 30th, ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK came together with Pivotal Labs to host an amazingly educational and energetic event, How to Be a Scientist, Not an Expert. The event was led by Tiffany Roesler, the president of ISPOSSIBLE IN TECH, Linda Joy, a product designer at Pivotal Labs, and Lauren Gilchrist, a product manager at Pivotal Labs.



The event began with a brief introduction from Tiffany, who provided the definition of ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK. Tiffany explained that ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK is a group designed to help people break through their impossible by empowering women to come together to create, lead, instruct, bond, take risks, and all-around rock. And in doing so...

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In this episode we interview Robyn Exton the Founder of HER; the most popular dating app for Lesbian, bi, queer, curious, flexisexual, pansexual and not-so straight women. Hear how it all began, where



ISPOSSIBLE WOMEN WHO ROCK: Robyn Exton Founder of HER by Tiffany Roesler





In this episode we interview Robyn Exton the Founder of HER; the most popular dating app for Lesbian, bi, queer, curious, flexisexual, pansexual and not-so straight women. Hear how it all began, where they are today and what it's like to be her!



they are today and what it's like to be her!