Linux

Scoot Your Boots Down to Texas Linux Fest!

We are proud to support the Linux and Open Source community by sponsoring the Texas Linux Fest this year!

DevOps

What We Learned at ChefConf

This morning, ChefConf kicked off with a daunting three-hour keynote.

Linux

The Linux find Command

We get so focused on the super advanced things that Linux can do, that we tend to forget about or glaze over the mundane.  Linux’s find command falls into that category for me.

DevOps

Git ‘r Done

Another course that I was responsible for this quarter was an introductory course for Git.  I had used Git before, but mostly for downloading repositories and building what I had cloned.  I was excited about the opportunity to learn a bit more about this ubiquitous tool, seeing as nearly every open source project uses git […]

DevOps

Announcing the NGINX Deep Dive

NGINX is the defacto standard when it comes to web servers.

Linux

A Study in Systemd

Just as the fabled Sherlock Holmes sought to understand a problem until he came to a conclusion, we have done the same with systemd.

Linux

Docker Certified Associate – Preparing for the Exam

The Docker Certified Associate is a relatively new (less than a year old at this point) certification offered by Docker that covers Docker, Docker Swarm, and the Enterprise features of Docker in one official certification.

DevOps

Wildcard Certificates with Let’s Encrypt and NGINX

Let’s Encrypt released the ability to generate wildcard certificates since we wrote the introduction to Let’s Encrypt with NGINX.

Linux

Building a Vessel

In my previous blog, I likened my present career to having been marooned and looked upon Linux Academy as the beacon that would guide me to a new shore.