Systemd is an init system and system manager that is widely becoming the new standard for Linux machines. While there are considerable opinions about whether
systemd is an improvement over the Continue reading “How To Use Systemctl to Manage Systemd Services and Units”
The use of Docker as an application container management system has become standard practice for developers and systems engineers in the space of just two years. Some like to say that haven’t seen such a technological advance since OpenSSH. Docker is now a major player and is widely used in cloud systems architectures. But more than just that: Docker knows how to win developers over.
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Tails an Open Source Operating system based on famous GNU/Linux OS Debian which is meant for “Privacy for anyone anywhere” has been launched.
Tails is new Operating System in the list of Operating Systems which provides anonymity online; It is meant to provide “Privacy for anyone anywhere” Tails is Live Operating System which can be downloaded from its website:
To download Tails please click Here
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You need at least 2 Servers:
node1.domain1.example.com – IPA Server
node2.domain1.example.com – IPA Client
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City of Munich saved millions of EUROs by choosing Open Source as Official Standard Operating environment for their working computers. It was not easy to move towards Open Source Technologies, Ubuntu and Open Source helped City of Munich to make Linux and open source workable for them and to save millions of EUROs.
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is for data analysis
Field-tested open source data analytics system used and trusted all around the world. Search your logs, create charts, send reports and be alerted when something happens. All running on the existing JVM in your datacenter.
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