The author selected the Open Internet / Free Speech fund to receive a donation as part of the Write for DOnations program. Introduction Kubernetes allows users to create resilient and scalable services with a single command. Like anything that sounds too good to be true, it has a catch: you must first prepare a suitable […]
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Introduction Virtual Network Computing, or VNC, is a connection system that allows you to use your keyboard and mouse to interact with a graphical desktop environment on a remote server. It makes managing files, software, and settings on a remote server easier for users who are not yet comfortable with the command line. In this […]
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As citizens of the internet, it’s our responsibility to be a good neighbor by configuring and managing an autonomous system (AS) that follows proper Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Improper configuration and management can hold dire consequences, including route leaks. During the summer, a high-profile route leak event prevented access to Amazon, Facebook, Cloudflare and others […]
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In software development, it is important to consider the operating system and underlying processor architecture that you would like to compile your binary for. Since it is often slow or impossible to run a binary on a different OS/architecture platform, it is a common practice to build your final binary for many different platforms to […]
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Introduction Redis is an open-source, in-memory key-value data store. Redis keys are persistent by default, meaning that the Redis server will continue to store them unless they are deleted manually. There may, however, be cases where you’ve set a key but you know you will want to delete it after a certain amount of time […]
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Updated Monday, October 7, 2019 by Linode Written by Tyler Langlois Use promo code DOCS10 for $10 credit on a new account. What is the Elastic Stack? The Elastic Stack is a collection of open source projects from Elastic that help collect and visualize a wide variety of data sources. Elasticsearch can store and aggregate […]
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Introduction Redis is an open-source, in-memory key-value data store. One of its most sought-after features is its support for replication: any Redis server can replicate its data to any number of replicas, allowing for high read scalability and strong data redundancy. Additionally, Redis was designed to allow many clients (up to 10000, by default) to […]
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