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Are you not satisfied with the results of your software delivery process? While focusing solely on developing an efficient and impressive software, you may end up facing issues like missing deadlines or losing the executive support etc. Well, you can get over from such issues too, if you start using the DevOps intelligence for avoiding...
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This service deploys Hadoop on Microsoft Azure. Hadoop is a software framework that is basically an open source that is written in Java for distributed processing and storage on very large computer clusters.
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Ubuntu is a mobile operating system and is popularly known as Ubuntu. Not many devices are supported by this operating system, but if you have an Android device, it is high time to try out. If you are the owner of Nexus 4, 10 or 7, you can install Ubuntu. Although installing Ubuntu may prove...
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Arch Linux is another Linux distribution that is composed of free and open source software. It supports the community involvement and is based on the principle of KISS which is “Keep it simple, stupid”. Its main focus is on elegance, minimalism, code correctness and simplicity. It wants the users to make an effort to understand...
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When you are working in an Ubuntu environment, you will find various ways of upgrading the kernel. The Software Updater helps you to update the kernel on daily basis. The unattended- upgrades package allows the upgrading automatically and this is an integral part of the security updates on Ubuntu server. You can even manually upgrade...
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A command line interface or CLI is a user interface to the operating system where the user reacts to a visual prompt. You have to type a command on a particular line and the system responses back. You then need to enter one more command and the process continues. Users, in the modern scenario, prefer...
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Systemd is the default service manager of any Linux distribution and thus makes it quite logical to set up Linux containers. It not only manages resource allocation, but also controls programs and services by providing a convenient standard. It is the view of most of the administrators who are the holders of Red Hat Certification...
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SELinux or Security Enhanced Linux is an added security mechanism that regularly comes with the Linux distribution. It was first developed by the NSA (U.S. National Security Agency) to implement the Flask operating security architecture. After that a lot of modification was done to make SELinux ultimately public. Although at first look it appears very...
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Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is an access control mechanism which is inbuilt in the latest Linux distributions. It is now released for public and the various distributions have used it in their code. Over years it has been observed that most system administrators find SELinux quite confusing and so they prefer to disable SELinux rather...
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Red Hat and Cisco have made a big step together to build trend solutions. The best thing about the pact is that the clients or the users have the option to choose. The users have best of both instead of being just captured in one solution. Cloud computing is the need of the hour as...
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