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  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install Apache Kafka on Ubuntu 18.04

    Apache Kafka is a popular distributed message broker designed to efficiently handle large volumes of real-time data. In this tutorial, you will install and use Apache Kafka 1.1.0 on Ubuntu 18.04.
    By Hathy A, bsder Apache Java Messaging Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Build Android ROMs on Ubuntu 16.04

    Android is the most popular operating system in the world today. Hundreds of different original equipment manufacturers, or OEM, choose to install it on their devices because it is free, open-source, and has a large e...
    By Hathy A Open Source Miscellaneous Ubuntu 16.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Create and Use MongoDB Backups on Ubuntu 14.04

    A lot of modern web application developers today choose to use a NoSQL database in their projects, and MongoDB is often their first choice. If you're using MongoDB in a production scenario, it is important that you re...
    By Hathy A Backups MongoDB Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Use Prometheus to Monitor Your CentOS 7 Server

    Prometheus is an open source monitoring system which stores all its data in a time series database and offers a multi-dimensional data-model and a powerful query language. The Prometheus project also includes PromDash...
    By Hathy A Monitoring CentOS
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Set Up Apache Traffic Server as a Reverse-Proxy on Ubuntu 14.04

    Apache Traffic Server is a highly scalable caching proxy server capable of handling large volumes of concurrent requests while maintaining a very low latency. This tutorial will cover how to install Apache Traffic Ser...
    By Hathy A Apache Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install Apache Kafka on Ubuntu 14.04

    Apache Kafka is a popular distributed message broker designed to handle large volumes of real-time data efficiently. A Kafka cluster is not only highly scalable and fault-tolerant, but it also has a much higher throug...
    By Hathy A Apache Java Messaging Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Install and Use CFEngine Community Edition on Ubuntu 14.04

    CFEngine is a fast and highly scalable configuration management tool for IT infrastructure. Though its functionality is similar to that offered by other tools such as Puppet and Chef, CFEngine has a much smaller footp...
    By Hathy A Configuration Management Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Use Prometheus to Monitor Your Ubuntu 14.04 Server

    Prometheus is an open source monitoring system which stores all its data in a time series database and offers a multi-dimensional data-model and a powerful query language. The Prometheus project also includes PromDash...
    By Hathy A Monitoring Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install Ruby on Rails on FreeBSD 10.1 using RVM

    Ruby on Rails, or RoR for short, is a very popular full-stack web application development framework written in Ruby. It allows you to rapidly develop web applications that conform to the MVC (model-view-controller) pa...
    By Hathy A Ruby on Rails FreeBSD
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install MongoDB on FreeBSD 10.1

    MongoDB is a free and open-source NoSQL database. It is one of the most popular databases used in web applications today because it offers high performance, scalability, and lots of flexibility in database schema desi...
    By Hathy A MongoDB NoSQL FreeBSD
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Use OPIE to Get One-Time Passwords for FreeBSD 10.1

    In this tutorial, you will learn how to generate and use one-time passwords to log in to your remote FreeBSD server. You can pregenerate one or more one-time passwords when you're in a safe location, and save them for...
    By Hathy A Security FreeBSD
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install the Big-Data Friendly Apache Accumulo NoSQL Database on Ubuntu 14.04

    Apache Accumulo is an open-source distributed NoSQL database based on Google's BigTable (http://research.google.com/archive/bigtable.html). It is used to efficiently perform CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) operations...
    By Hathy A NoSQL Apache Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How to Use Puppet to Manage WordPress Themes and Plugins on Ubuntu 14.04

    Puppet is a configuration management tool that system administrators use to automate the processes involved in maintaining a company's IT infrastructure. This tutorial covers how to use simple Puppet manifests and WP-...
    By Hathy A Configuration Management WordPress Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Create an Ansible Playbook To Automate Drupal Installation on Ubuntu 14.04

    Ansible is a configuration management tool that system administrators use to automate infrastructure management activities. Drupal is a popular CMS whose installation is time-consuming, but easy to automate. In this t...
    By Hathy A Ansible Drupal Configuration Management Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Use JRuby to Run a Rails Application on Apache Tomcat 7 and Ubuntu 14.04

    JRuby is a more resource-efficient way to run a Rails Application. In this tutorial you will learn to: Create a simple CRUD application with Rails (one that uses Ruby MRI) Convert our Ruby on Rails application to a JR...
    By Hathy A Applications Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Create a Puppet Module To Automate WordPress Installation on Ubuntu 14.04

    Make WordPress deployment easy with a custom Puppet module. This tutorial shows you how to build and deploy the WordPress Peppet module.
    By Hathy A WordPress Configuration Management Scaling Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Create an AppArmor Profile for Nginx on Ubuntu 14.04

    Use AppArmor to heighten security for your Ubuntu applications. This tutorial uses Nginx as an example.
    By Hathy A Security Nginx Ubuntu
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Configure Devise and OmniAuth for Your Rails Application

    Devise and OmniAuth let you add modern login features to your Ruby on Rails application. Learn how to let users log in to your app with DigitalOcean, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and more.
    By Hathy A Ruby on Rails API Ubuntu