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November 22, 2016

A Beginners Guide to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

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AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a web service that helps you securely control access to AWS resources for your users. You use IAM to control who can use your AWS resources (authentication) and what resources they can use and in what ways (authorization)[1]. Key features The key IAM features are, Provides centralized control IAM is universal, i.e across all regions Allows you to…

A Beginners Guide to Application Services within AWS

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AWS provides a suite of application services, such as SQS, SNS, SES and SWF. Each service providing various features and rich toolsets to empower the…

The Essential Guide To Moving Docker Containers

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Docker provides various commands/methods for moving containers. Within this article we will look at each of the commands, along with examples needed…

A Beginners Guide to Git

in Linux
What is Git? Git is a version control system that is used for software development and other version control tasks. As a distributed revision control…

What is the difference between the Amazon AMI - HVM and PV Virtulization Types?

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Under the hood, AWS uses a bare-metal implementation of Xen. Xen offers 2 virtualization types HVM (Hardware Virtual Machine) and PV…

F5 11.5.x - Client SSL profile cannot contain more than one set of same certificate/key type

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Issue Starting in BIG-IP 11.5.0, you can associate multiple SSL certificate/key pair types with a single SSL profile. This configuration allows the…

What is the Difference Between Docker CMD and ENTRYPOINT ?

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Within the world of Docker, CMD and ENTRYPOINT are often the cause of confusion. But why, you may ask? This is because both CMD and ENTRYPOINT are…

How to Automate/Gather Statistics for Multiple Websites in BASH

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Introduction For one reason or another, Im sure you will find yourself in a position when you need to obtain statistics for a collection of websites.…

Cisco ASA - Traffic Sent Out Incorrect Interface Due to NAT

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Problem Lets consider the following scenario. We have a firewall with 3 interfaces, Outside, Inside and DMZ. When traffic is sent to the DMZ segment,…

How to Resolve a Git Merge Conflict from the Command Line

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Git provides 3 types of merging, Fast-Forward, Automatic and Manual. A manual merge is required when git is unable to resolve any conflicts , this…