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MySQL Replication is a process where data from one server is automatically copied or replicated onto another backup server in real-time. Replication provides redundancy and fault tolerance and gives the user peace of mind that even after a failure in the master server, data can still be recovered. In this tutorial, you are going to
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By Ashley Davis *This article was originally published at TheNewStack Applications built on microservices can be scaled in multiple ways. We can scale them to support development by larger development teams and we can also scale them up for better performance. Our application can then have a higher capacity and can handle a larger workload.
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PostgreSQL is a powerful, widely-used, open-source, multi-platform, and advanced object-relational database system known for its proven architecture, reliability, data integrity, robust feature set, and extensibility. pgAdmin is an advanced, open-source, full-featured, and web-based administration and management tool for the PostgreSQL database server. In this article, you will learn how to install the PostgreSQL 12 database
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Mosh, which stands for Mobile Shell is a command-line application which is used for connecting to the server from a client computer, over the Internet. It can be used as SSH and contains more feature than Secure Shell. It is an application similar to SSH, but with additional features. The application is written originally by
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Net-filter as we all know it’s a firewall in Linux. Firewalld is a dynamic daemon to manage firewalls with support for network zones. In the earlier version, RHEL & CentOS 6 we have been using iptables as a daemon for packet filtering framework. In RHEL/CentOS 7/8 and Fedora iptables interface is being replaced by firewalld.
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The Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) for Oracle Linux provides the latest open source innovations, key optimizations, and security to cloud and on-premises workloads. It is the Linux kernel that powers Oracle Cloud and Oracle Engineered Systems such as Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Linux on Intel/AMD as well as Arm platforms. What’s New? The Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 6 Update 2 (UEK
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This article is Part 7 of the LFCA series, here in this part, you will acquaint yourself with the general system administration commands to manage software packages in the Linux system. As a systems administrator, you will be tasked with the responsibility of managing software packages. This includes installing, upgrading, and removing or uninstalling packages
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Participation by the fortune 1 enterprise brings technical leadership and unprecedented scale to LFN projects across Network Management & Automation Koby Avital, EVP of Technology Platforms, Walmart Global Tech, joins the Governing Board as LFN Platinum member Community Growth signals ecosystem commitment to leverage open source for collaborative network transformation across Cloud, Enterprise and Service
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OpenTreatments and RareCamp creator Sanath Kumar Ramesh built the project to address his son’s rare disease, now that work will be available to all in an effort to accelerate treatments SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 31, 2021 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, and the OpenTreatments Foundation, which enables
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Use the new podman secret command to secure sensitive data when working with containers.Read More at Enable Sysadmin Previous articleLF Energy Spring Summit 2021: Lighting Up the Future Next articleThe Linux Foundation Hosts Project to Decentralize and Accelerate Drug Development for Rare Genetic Diseases
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Click on the image above for TFiR coverage of the LF Energy Spring Summit To avert the worst of the climate crisis, the decarbonization of our power systems leads the way. We have ten years. With a greener grid, we can wholly embark on the electrification of automobiles, decarbonization of our built environments, and the
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The open specification for defining asynchronous APIs gains momentum, seeks neutral home for open governance, community growth and industry adoption SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 30, 2021 –  The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced it will host the AsyncAPI Initiative. AsyncAPI is a specification and a suite of
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SQLite is a lightweight, small and self-contained RDBMS in a C library. Popular databases like MySql, PostgreSQL, etc. works in the client-server model and they have a dedicated process running and controlling all the aspects of database operation. But SQLite has no process running and has no client-server model. SQLite DB is simply an file
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This post was contributed by LINBIT The LINBIT OpenNebula TechDays is our mutual attempt to share our combined knowledge with the open source and storage community. We want to give you a thorough understanding of combining LINBIT’s software-defined storage solution with OpenNebula clouds. OpenNebula is a powerful, but easy-to-use, open source platform to build and
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As a Linux system administrator, you will be tasked with ensuring the smooth flow of all IT operations in your organization. Given that some IT operations are intertwined, a systems administrator usually wears many hats including being a database or network administrator. This article is Part 5 of the LFCA series, here in this part,
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Instructor-led course now includes hands-on labs with a RISC-V based emulated development target By Behan Webster We are surrounded by electronic devices that make the modern world work. Almost all of these devices and the systems they run are “Embedded Systems”, which are small purpose-built computers designed to solve specific problems. These computers don’t look
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Google Cloud Platform is a suite of cloud computing services that share its running environment with the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end-user products e.g YouTube, Gmail, and Google Search. It consists of a set of physical assets i.e. computers, hard disks, and virtual resources that are contained in Google’s data centres
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