2020 has brought plague, discomfort, loss, and an excuse to have 4 Linux PC’s in my house. 2 kids in elementary school a wife bouncing from working at home to the office and back…..and me. Everyone is working, or learning from home, and it’s just intense enough that all of […]

Using advanced process integration techniques becomes essential as you evolve your developer skills while integrating more and more of your business workflows. One of the more common questions is how to persist custom data and configure external persistence? When working with processes, it is expected to work with persistent process […]

Geez it’s been a fun ride, I’ve installed Linux at least 5 times in the last 6 months, with the times in between being me installing Windows again after Linux not having every. single. thing I used on Windows. I do need to give some of that up to fully […]

Hello, im planning on studying for the Linux+ Certification, and just wanted to know everyone’s opinion what are the best resources? As far as I can see, most online resources seem to offer old materials, as the cert was revamped early 2019. My employer has a Pluralsight Subscription, but as […]

Twitter’s SRE team is one of the most advanced in the industry, managing the services that capture the pulse of the world every single day, and throughout the moments that connect us all. We had the privilege of interviewing Brian Brophy, Sr. Staff SRE, Carrie Fernandez, Head of Site Reliability […]

A centralized logging management solution like Splunk, Datadog, Sumologic, etc. enables organizations to collect, analyze, and display logs through a single pane of glass. In this article, we will see how application logs can be sent to Splunk from lambda using the Kumologica Splunk node.

After about 20 months of hard work, the Haiku team has finally released, a few days ago, the second beta version of Haiku, the BeOS-inspired open-source operating system that aims to offer a fast, simple to use, and powerful alternative for personal computing. This time, I am particularly happy, even […]

Introduction Apache Camel is an open-source software integration framework implementing the patterns described in the Enterprise Integration Patterns book. The detailed description of the framework can be found on its official website.

Google calendar is a very robust application to create a calendar event. It allows users to add events, schedule meets, and track the timeline of any project. Integrating Google calendar in Ruby on Rails applications allows users to access the calendar from within the app and add or remove events. […]

In this short video, Rudy de Busscher shows how to connect MicroProfile Metrics with Prometheus and Grafana to produce useful graphics and to help investigate your microservice architecture. The goal of MicroProfile Metrics is to expose monitoring data from the implementation in a unified way. It also defines a Java […]

There is no doubt that “API” has become the de-facto standard for exchanging information between systems and also helps in better integration within components of a system.  In this article, I will share some of the practices that I followed while working on multiple REST APIs design and implementation.

Do you want to build a website using PHP but wondering which framework would be most desirable for you? If yes, then your search ends here. As here in this article, I will be listing down the top 10 PHP frameworks for developing excellent web apps.  PHP is one of the […]

Cloud computing, one of the most influential technology trends of this century, came to light more than ten years ago and seemed to be here to stay. However, it is still common to find many doubts as to what it is, what it is for, what service models exist, and […]

I am currently running Ubuntu server I use mobaxterm for remote access. when I try to start my Minecraft server it works, but it is running from my personal machine instead of the server anyone know how to fix this? submitted by /u/Yeetukus [link] [comments]

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