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  1. The post 7 Useful Linux Security Features and Tools for Beginners first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .The primary use of computers in any form, whether it’s a mobile phone, personal computer, or a workstation, or a server offering services on the internet, is for the storage and manipulation of data The post 7 Useful Linux Security Features and Tools for Beginners first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  2. Python is a modern, general-purpose, and high-level programming language that comes with powerful features. Python has many built-in modules to support diverse operations. The range() function is a built-in function used to perform specific tasks or actions for a definite number of times. In other words, the range() function is used to perform a task iteratively. This function is used in conjunction with the for loop and the while loop... View the full article
  3. While a user is working bash script execution in a Linux system, different sets of bash commands need to be executed from the terminal window based on the various requirements. After running bash commands, it shows the output on the terminal if no error exists otherwise an error message shows on the command-line window. Sometimes, users want to keep this output for future use. In this situation, the output of these commands can be stored in a variable... View the full article
  4. Date command is an external bash program that allows to set or display system date and time. It also provides several formatting options. Date command is installed in all Linux distros by default. $ The post How to Work with Date and Time in Bash Using date Command first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides. View the full article
  5. Creating shell scripts is one of the most essential skills that Linux users should have at the tip of their fingers. Shell scripts play an enormous role in automating repetitive tasks which otherwise would The post How to Create Simple Shell Scripts in Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides. View the full article
  6. AWS Training and Certification is excited to announce the launch of the updated AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials digital course. If you’re new to the cloud—whether you’re in a technical or nontechnical role—this course will help you understand the fundamental concepts of the AWS Cloud. As a result, you can build your skills and confidence while contributing to your organization’s cloud initiatives. View the full article
  7. In this article, you will learn from printing a simple “Hello World” to using conditional statements such as if statements, case statements to using loops such as while, for until loops to awk, grep, sed, and debugging bash scripts. We will cover the following topics in this article: The following topics of bash scripting are covered in this article: Hello Bash Scripting Redirect to File Comments Conditional Statements Loops Script Input Script Output Sending output from one script to another Strings Processing Numbers and Arithmetic Declare Command Arrays Functions Files and Directories Sending Email via Script Curl Professional Menus Wait for a File system using inotify Introduction to grep Introduction to awk Introduction to sed Debugging Bash Scripts View the full article Watch 3 Hour BASH COURSE On YouTube
  8. Javascript is the language of freedom yet is a function-oriented language at the same time. Unlike other languages, javascript does not provide a built-in sleep() function. You can either build a custom sleep() function using the built-in setTimeout() function, or the latest ECMAScript promises an async-await function. This article shows you how to stop or pause the execution of the sleep function for a desired amount of time using promises or async-await functions... View the full article
  9. At any given time, multiple users can operate a single computer system. However, with such shared systems, a system administrator must take the proper security measures so that one user cannot breach the privacy of another by, for example, applying an access control mechanism that specifies the privileges of each user... View the full article
  10. What is infrastructure as code? Microsoft Azure provides you with a number of options to deploy your infrastructure. In the One Dev Question series, Cloud Developer Advocate Abel Wang explains how Azure DevOps provides developer services to support teams to plan work, collaborate on code development, and build and deploy applications. In this video, Abel explains the concepts of Infrastructure as Code (IaC)... The post What is infrastructure as code? appeared first on Azure DevOps Blog. View the full article
  11. Bash is just a shell that allows you to communicate with the computer and allow you to give instructions to it. A script is basically just a set of instructions given to the computer to execute different meaningful tasks... View the full article
  12. Hosting Jenkins on a Kubernetes cluster is beneficial for Kubernetes-based deployments and dynamic container-based scalable Jenkins agents. In this guide, I have explained the step-by-step process for setting up Jenkins on a Kubernetes cluster... View the full article
  13. Excellent workshop / tutorial for setting up Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS); https://eksworkshop.com/ This workshop covers the following topics; Launching EKS using eksctl Deploying the Kubernetes Dashboard Autoscaling with Spot instances CI/CD with AWS CodePipeline Deploying with Jenkins Logging with Elasticsearch, Fluentd, and Kibana (EFK) Batch Processing with Argo Securing Your Cluster with Network Policies (Project Calico) Monitoring using Prometheus and Grafana Service Mesh with Istio Service Mesh with App Mesh Advanced VPC Networking with EKS Stateful containers using StatefulSets Custom Resource Definition
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