Articles contains keyword: server

DevOps w/Django Part 3 - Setting up a Remote Host

At this point in the series we have a working CMS with a nice layout and functional dynamic content. We're also setup to use database migrations which will save us a lot of hassle when deploying updates. Now, it's time to put the CMS on a remote host. In this part of the series, DevOps w/Django, we'll get Virtual Private Server with CentOS 7 pre-installed from Digital Ocean, set it up with nginx, Apache httpd with mod_wsgi (and talk about why mod_wsgi?), configure firewalld and otherwise deploy our CMS. Once our site is live, we'll update the content via the administration interface. Finally, we'll review and discuss all this from a "DevOps" perspective.

Reporter: Adrian Arias
Publish Date: Sept. 16, 2014

How To Create SSH Keys And Use Them

Create ssh keys and add them to your "ssh keyring" automatically.

Reporter: Adrian Arias
Publish Date: Oct. 17, 2014

Nagios XI Website URL and Transaction Monitoring

Nagios XI comes with a number of plugins two of which can be used to perform website url and transaction monitoring. The first is check_http which is the traditional one most Nagios Core users are familiar with. The second is WebInject which can be used to perform a number of tests in sequence. check_http will beused to monitor tarket URLs and WebInject will be used to perform "transactions" such as, in the case of an ecommerce site, browsing categories and adding items to a shopping cart. This article will explain how to setup batches of URL monitors as well as custom HTTP transaction monitors. This guide will show you how to implement a quality web monitoring solution, based on Nagios XI, which can rival enterprise-grade solutions such as Gomez and HP SiteScope in terms of features, flexibility, robustness, and ease of maintenance.

Reporter: Adrian Arias
Publish Date: Oct. 22, 2014

Getting Started Developing with ZooKeeper using Node.js

Getting Started W/Zookeeper

A guide to learning and using Zookeeper.

  1. Install OS level dependencies
  2. Configure server and play with CLI facilities
  3. Starting development using nodejs and node-zookeeper-client
Reporter: Adrian Arias
Publish Date: Oct. 31, 2014

Automatically Provisioning Fujitsu Servers using iRMC and the ServerView Scripting Toolkit

This guide explores how to provision Fujitsu servers automatically and walks through the process of setting up the environment.

Reporter: Adrian Arias
Publish Date: June 8, 2018