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Today we launched the first article in our LISA18 speaker series, An introduction to Ansible Operators in Kubernetes by Michael Hrivnak. Check back for more articles from LISA18 speakers leading up to the event, which will be held October 29-31 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Whether you want to access the Internet safely and securely while connected on an untrusty public Wi-Fi network, bypass Geo-restricted content or allow your coworkers to connect securely to your company network when working remotely, using a VPN is the best solution. VPN allows you to connect to remote VPN servers, making your connection encrypted and secure and surf the web anonymously by keeping your traffic data private. This tutorial will walk you through the process of setting up your own VPN server by installing and configuring OpenVPN.
For years, Ansible has been a go-to choice for infrastructure automation. As Kubernetes adoption has skyrocketed, Ansible has continued to shine in the emerging container orchestration ecosystem.
Linux containers are processes with certain isolation features provided by a Linux kernel — including filesystem, process, and network isolation. Containers help with portability — applications can be distributed in container images along with their dependencies, and run on virtually any Linux system with a container runtime. Although container technologies exist for a very long time, […]
The Webmin console is your answer to on-the-fly management of Linux as an administrator. You can use any web browser to setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing, and much more. In this article, we will describe a step-by-step installation of Webmin on your Ubuntu system.
After months of user testing in developer and beta channels, the Crostini
project at Google finally delivered the goods, Linux apps for most users
of Chromebooks in the stable channel—definitely worth the wait...
RabbitMQ is the message-queueing software that offers support for sending and receiving messages between distributed systems, applications, and services. In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to set up the RabbitMQ Cluster on a CentOS 7 Server.
Keeping the system up to date is an every day task for a sysadmin, as well as a desktop user. By applying the latest (stable) available software on the system we can take advantage of the latest features, and will be more protected from security issues and hopefully suffer less from bugs. To update the system you will need configured yum repositories that act as the source of the updated software.
Of the many things the go executable can do, most people know only go run and go build. And, of the many packages in the standard Go library, most people know only the fmt package. This cheat sheet will list many uses of the go executable and the most important packages in the Go standard library.
Download the Go command and packages cheat sheet