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43 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

Finding files is a very common task on any operating system.The Linux Find Command is one of the most important and much used command...

UNIX / Linux: 10 Netstat Command Examples

Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to list out all the network (socket) connections on a system. Let us review 10 practical...

13 Linux Yum Command Examples – Install, Uninstall, Update Packages

Installing, removing, and updating packages is a typical activity on Linux. Most of the Linux distributions provides some kind of package manager utility. For...

18 Tar Command Examples – Unix/Linux

In Unix- Linux , the name of the tar command is short for tape archiving, the storing of entire file systems onto magnetic tape, which is one...

Top 20 Linux -Unix Performance Monitoring Tools

Linux-Unix system  administrators occasionally need some tools to track systems. You may need to know the system well and intervene immediately in case of a...

7 Ways to Determine the File System Type in Linux (Ext2, Ext3 or Ext4)

A file system is the way in which files are named, stored, retrieved as well as updated on a storage disk or partition; the...

How to Setup NFS Server on Debian 9 / Ubuntu 16.04 / LinuxMint 18

NFS stands for Network File System, a service that helps you to share files and folders between *nix / Linux systems, developed by SUN...

How To Use Kibana Dashboards and Visualizations

Introduction Kibana 4 is an analytics and visualization platform that builds on Elasticsearch to give you a better understanding of your data. In this tutorial,...

How To Install Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (ELK Stack) on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction We will go over the installation of the Elasticsearch ELK Stack on Ubuntu 16.04 (that is, Elasticsearch 2.3.x, Logstash 2.3.x, and Kibana 4.5.x). We...

How to Install and Configure Chef on Ubuntu 17.04

Chef is a free and open source configuration management tool. It is written in Ruby and Erlang. Chef can easily integrate with cloud based...

Ansible installation on CentOS 7 Linux

Objective The following guide describes simple to follow steps on how to install the open-source automation engine Ansible on CentOS Linux. Operating System and Software Versions ...

How To Setup And Configure Kubernetes Cluster On Google Cloud (GCE)

Google cloud offers its own managed Kubernetes cluster setup using google container engine aka GKE. If you use GKE you can avoid the Kubernetes...

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.17?

The newest version of Kubernetes is about to get released.Here is the list of what’s new in Kubernetes 1.17. This recap...

JFrog Announced JFrog Container Registry

JFrog has launched a free edition of its JFrog Container Registry.This free container registry, launched at this year’s KubeCon+CloudNativeCon North America 2019.

CKAD Certification now expire 36 Month

The Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) certificate is now valid for 36 months instead of 24 months.You...

Quay(Container Registry) and Clair(Container Security) are now officially open source as Project Quay

Quay(Container Registry) and Clair(Container Security) are now officially open source as Project Quay.Red Hat is introducing...