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Tag: Docker

Since you are here, you have probably heard of Docker. When you search it in Google the first result is: “Docker – Build, Ship, and Run Any App, Anywhere” – don’t believe me, try it yourself. That sounds great but in the means of Privacy and protecting your intellectual property, it doesn’t. This is because […]

Icinga2 is a great tool built upon the foundation of the well-known Nagios monitoring, inheritingall the pros it has to offer. With many plugins available in your repository and thousands more in the community-driven Nagios-exchange website, icinga2 is a very good choice for your infrastructure monitoring.I will cover some of the optional features that can be tweaked to suit your […]

Introduction to Docker If you have been following the “cloud” trends you probably have heard of Docker. It is an open-source implementation of the LXC (Linux Containers) used for packaging an application and its needed dependencies into a container that can be deployed and replaced easily. The containerization in Docker is achieved via resource isolation […]