The Benefits Of Containerization

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Fast, Portable and Secure.

Containerization is a technology that is taking the IT world by storm! It’s no surprise considering the considerable benefits of shifting to a container based deployment.

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Today we’ll be discussing the top benefits of containers, and why you might want to consider containers for your next web app. Let’s dig in!

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How to Check for Installed Packages on CentOS

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While managing your server, you’ll sometimes need to check on which software (or packages) you have installed on your system. You’ll need to know package names, version numbers, dates of installation, etc. In this Liquid Web tutorial, we’re going to be discussing how to inspect packages installed on your CentOS system. There are several ways to accomplish this, and we’ll discuss a few of them. Let’s dig in! To use these commands, you’ll need to log in to your server via SSH. For more information, see Logging into Your Server via Secure Shell (SSH).

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How to Set Up A Firewall Using Iptables on Ubuntu 16.04

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This guide will walk you through the steps for setting up a firewall using iptables in Ubuntu 16.04. We’ll show you some common commands for manipulating the firewall, and teach you how to create your own rules.

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How to Install and Configure Fail2ban on Ubuntu Server 16.04

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Have you ever logged into your server and seen a message like this?

Last failed login: Fri Dec 28 11:37:02 MST 2018 from 192.168.0.102 on ssh:notty
There were 942 failed login attempts since the last successful login.
Last login: Mon Dec 24 13:35:57 2018 from 192.168.0.101

What happened here?
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Install Rsync and Lsync on CentOS, Fedora or Red Hat

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Have you ever needed to copy files from your local computer over to your web server? You may have previously used File Transfer Protocol (FTP) applications for this task, but FTP is prone to being insecure and can be challenging to work with over the command line. What if there was a better way? In this tutorial, we’ll be covering two popular utilities in the Linux world to securely assist in file transfers, rsync and lsyncd. We’ll show you how to install and use both in this article. Let’s dig in!

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