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#51 - Mechanics of Building a Carpooling Service - Introduction

In this episode series, we are going to be building a carpooling webapp from scratch. I thought it might be useful to share my thought process and development workflow on going from rough idea to a working minimum viable product. It can be intimidating to create something from nothing, especially if you do not have the technical skills needed to build what you envision, so we will look at ways of breaking things into manageable chunks.

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  • 15 fรฉvrier 2017 ร  00:00

#50 - Static Sites using AWS S3, CloudFront, and Route 53 (3/5)

In this episode, we going to look at an example deployment workflow, for syncing static website files from a local directory, to a remote S3 bucket.

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  • 29 avril 2015 ร  00:00

#49 - Static Sites using AWS S3, CloudFront, and Route 53 (2/5)

In this episode, we will create a S3 bucket to store static website content. We will review the AWS management console at a high level, talk about S3 bucket permissions, along with manual S3 file uploads.

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  • 17 avril 2015 ร  00:00

#48 - Static Sites using AWS S3, CloudFront, and Route 53 (1/5)

In this episode series, I thought we would take a look at hosting static websites on AWS, using S3, CloudFront, and Route 53. The plan is to register a domain, create a simple static site, and have it running on AWS, all for just a few dollars a month.

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  • 9 avril 2015 ร  00:00

#47 - Zero-downtime Deployments with Ansible (Part 4/4)

In this episode, we will do a zero-downtime rolling website deployment, across a cluster of nginx web nodes, sitting behind a haproxy load balancer. We will use Ansible to orchestrate the deployment in a repeatable and consistent way.

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  • 2 avril 2015 ร  00:00

#46 - Configuration Management with Ansible (Part 3/4)

In this episode, we are going create a load balanced web cluster by way of our Vagrant environment. The goal is to demonstrate how Ansible can solve real world problems by building up infrastructure from scratch.

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  • 26 mars 2015 ร  00:00

#45 - Learning Ansible with Vagrant (Part 2/4)

In this episode, we are going to play around with Ansible via four Vagrant virtual machines. We will install Ansible from scratch, troubleshoot ssh connectivity issues, review configuration files, and try our hand at common commands.

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  • 19 mars 2015 ร  00:00

#44 - Patching the GHOST glibc gethostbyname CVE-2015-0235 bug

In this episode, we are going to be patching CentOS and Debian systems against glibc gethostbyname function bugs. System library security bugs present a special case, where even through you have patched the bug, you are likely still running vulnerable code, unless you reboot.

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  • 28 janvier 2015 ร  00:00

#43 - 19 Minutes With Ansible (Part 1/4)

In this episode series, we will be looking at Ansible, which is an easy to use configuration management and orchestration tool. My goal for this series, is to show you what Ansible is, how it works, and the steps to get going on your own.

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  • 13 janvier 2015 ร  00:00

#42 - Crash Course on Vagrant (revised)

In this episode, I wanted to give you a crash course on what Vagrant is, along with how I use it. Vagrant is my go to tool for launching virtual test environments, and once you start to learn how to use it, you will wonder how you ever lived without it.

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  • 16 dรฉcembre 2014 ร  00:00

#41 - CLI Monday: apt-file and yum provides

In this episode, we are going to look at using apt-file on Ubuntu, and yum provides on CentOS, to see which package provides that file you are missing.

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  • 2 dรฉcembre 2014 ร  00:00

#40 - Simple Project Planning for Sysadmins (Part 1 of 3)

In this episode, we are going to look at a system for managing small projects from start to finish. This episode series has been broken into three logical sections covering: gathering user requirements, planning and executing, and finally sign-off and delivery.

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  • 27 novembre 2014 ร  00:00

#39 - CLI Monday: How to Keep Your SSH Sessions Alive

In this episode, we are go to review a common cause of broken ssh sessions when connecting from home, coffee shops, or hotels. It can be very annoying to be working on something, going to grab a coffee, and coming back to a dropped or frozen ssh connection.

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  • 17 novembre 2014 ร  00:00

#38 - Crash Course on MySQL

In this episode, we are going to cover common tasks associated with looking after a single MySQL server. We will discuss installing and securing the server, useful debugging techniques, common SQL statements, user access and permissions, and finally backup and restore options.

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  • 8 octobre 2014 ร  00:00

#37 - ZFS on Linux (Part 2 of 2)

In this episode, lets continue our look at ZFS on Linux. In part one, we covered the basic ins and outs of ZFS, so in this episode, lets focus on some of the more advanced filesystem features offered by ZFS.

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  • 10 septembre 2014 ร  00:00

#36 - CLI Monday: column and tr

In this episode, we are going to review the column and translate commands. These two command are great at manipulating text, so as an example, we will look at converting log data into an easily read format.

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  • 1 septembre 2014 ร  00:00

#35 - ZFS on Linux (Part 1 of 2)

In part one, of this two part episode, we are going to look at ZFS on Linux. I will cover the basics of what ZFS is, how to create and work with ZFS pools, along with how to recover from common failures modes.

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  • 25 aoรปt 2014 ร  00:00

#34 - CLI Monday: Python SimpleHTTPServer

In this episode, I will show you a quick and easy way of serving web content via Pythons SimpleHTTPServer and http.server modules. This can be really useful for quickly sharing files, or testing website content, via a browser to systems on your network.

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  • 18 aoรปt 2014 ร  00:00

#33 - Git to Puppet Deployment Workflow

In this episode, we will be looking at a Git to Puppet deployment workflow pattern. I want to cover how puppet code gets from your workstation, onto production servers, and the bits in between.

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  • 15 aoรปt 2014 ร  00:00

#32 - CLI Monday: history

In this episode, we are going to cover command history. If you spend any amounts of time at the command prompt, being able to recall complex or obscure command options from the history, should result in a productivity boost.

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  • 11 aoรปt 2014 ร  00:00
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