Linux

Personal Security – PGP Keys

As we continue our series of articles on security, today we are going to cover personal security in the form of using PGP keys.

Linux

Linux Academy Introduces Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam Preparation

Following on the heels of our popular Red Hat Certified System Administrator Certification Preparation course at Linux Academy, we are making available a new course covering the Red Hat Certified Engineer. Let’s talk a bit about some of what this covers.

Linux

RAID Explained

RAID, or a redundant array of independent disks, is a storage solution intended to improve some combination of fault tolerance, storage management, and performance.

Linux

Git and GitHub

Last week we explored what version control meant, and how Git works behind the scenes, but how is it actually used on the user-end?

Linux

Anatomy of a File System

At the most general level, most people know what a file system is: A storage utility that stores the data of a server or computer.

Linux

Version Control and Git

What is Version Control?

Linux

What are Containers?

Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.

Amazon Web Services

Cloud Security – What You May Not Know Might Hurt You

If you use a cloud provider for your application and infrastructure needs, tell me quickly: Where is your data?

Cloud

What is Fault Tolerance?

Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.

Amazon Web Services

What is Eventual Consistency?

Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.