Linux Tutorials on the topic “cloud”
Author: Rahul Shivalkar • Tags: cloud, storage • Comments: 1 • Published: Nov 16, 2019
Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is an object storage where you can store your objects (Files, Videos, Images, Documents, and any-type-of-file). In this article, I will show you how to create an S3 Bucket on AWS, upload an object and perform basic operations.
Author: Hitesh Jethva • Tags: cloud, linux, ubuntu, virtualization • Comments: 4 • Published: Aug 19, 2019
OpenShift is a free and open-source Platform-as-a-Service developed by Red Hat. It is used to develop, host and scale applications in the cloud environment. OpenShift provides support for lots of languages like Java EE6, Ruby, PHP, Python, Perl, MongoDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.
Author: Hitesh Jethva • Tags: cloud, linux, nginx, ubuntu, virtualization, web server • Comments: 2 • Published: Aug 02, 2019
Kubernetes is a free and open-source container orchestration system that can be used to deploy and manage container. In this tutorial, we will learn how to setup Nginx load balancing with Kubernetes on Ubuntu 18.04.
Author: Richard Gall • Tags: cloud, control panels, linux, server, virtualization • Comments: 1 • Published: Jul 29, 2019
Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized workloads and services that facilitates declarative configuration and automation. In this article, we will be going through a 10,000-foot view of the main Kubernetes components, from what each container is composed of, to how a container in a pod is deployed and scheduled across each of the workers.
Author: Bill Toulas •
Tags: cloud, storage, ubuntu •
Google Drive is a popular online service that allows for the easy sharing and collaborative editing of documents (word files or spreadsheets). Under the most usual day to day circumstances, the GDrive tool is very useful serving as a cloud space and/or a readily available online collaboration platform. On this guide, we will see how you can install an open source client tool for the service named Grive, and how to set it up according to your needs.
Author: Matteo Temporini •
Tags: cloud, debian, linux, ubuntu, virtualization •
Amazon AWS is a great platform to develop a Cloud Infrastrucutre, it supposedly covers every aspect that is needed for a whole IT infrastructure and provides also a nice monitoring tool named Cloud Watch. Today I will show you how to monitor free disk space with Cloud watch.
Author: Till Brehm •
Tags: cloud, debian •
OwnCloud is a OpenSource file sync and share software that can be hosted on your own server. It provides access to files trough an intuitive web interface and by WEBDAV. This tutorial will show the installation of the latest ownCloud version on Debian 8.
Author: cornelinux •
Tags: cloud, security •
This tutorial shows you how to protect ownCloud logins with two factor authentication by using privacyIDEA to manage the second authentication factor. privacyIDEA is a system to manage authentication devices for two factor authentication in your own network - not at any Identity Provider - thus keeping your identity and the identities of your users also under your control.
Author: David Duarte •
Tags: cloud, desktop, ubuntu •
Dropbox synchronizes folders in your PC with a virtual hard disk in the cloud. This tutorial shows the installation of Dropbox on Ubuntu 15.04
Author: Roland C. Ilao •
Tags: cloud, linux, server, storage, ubuntu •
Seafile is a OpenSource cloud storage software. It offers file sharing and syncing for individual users and groups, it provides client side encryption and easy access from mobile devices. This tutorial describes the steps to install Seafile on Ubuntu 14.04.