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IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) provides us with a Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)-like browser-based console that allows you to remotely control and manage your server when you don’t have access to Secure Shell (SSH) or RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) — or when the operating system is not responsive. When using IPMI, it also provides the right tools to mount an ISO file on your server. An ISO file takes it name from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9660 standard. It also ca be called an ISO image, and it is a type of specialized archive file that is intended to contain and maintain an exact copy of the data that was originally stored on an optical disc. The primary purpose of an ISO file is to contain a replica of the content of the optical disc in a digital format, effectively emulating the presence and functionality of a physical optical drive. This digital representation allows for convenient access and utilization of the stored data without needing the physical disc, offering a virtual alternative to traditional optical media.

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JBoss Application Server, now named WildFly Server, is a Java-based open-source application server developed by Red Hat. It serves as a platform for the development and deployment of enterprise-level applications.

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In this tutorial, we will examine and discuss what the Neo4j graph database is, what it is used for, and how it is implemented. In the sections that follow, we will install Neo4j on an Ubuntu 20.04 server, and then we configure the database software appropriately. However, let's first review some important database concepts that apply to Neo4j.

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Apache Tomcat is a free, open-source, lightweight, powerful, and extensively used Java EE-compliant web server (where EE stands for Enterprise Edition) and servlet container hosting Java-enabled web applications. It is a Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language, and Java WebSocket implementation. Tomcat is platform-independent, requiring only the installation of Java in several Linux distributions and operating systems (OSs), such as AlmaLinux, Debian, Ubuntu, and CentOS.

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Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration server. It is a tool for continuously compiling and testing software projects. In the field of Continuous Integration (CI), the concepts from CI are combined with those from Continuous Delivery (CD) — also known as Continuous Deployment — in the CI/CD pipeline. See our The Best DevOps Tools for Infrastructure Automation for more information about this growth area in advanced software development techniques.

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Java is one of the world's most popular and widely used languages, used to develop everything from mobile apps and enterprise software to scientific computing. One of the most significant advantages of Java is that it can run almost anywhere after being compiled. This article shows how to install Java on Windows, Ubuntu, and macOS. 

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How to Create Your Own Minecraft Server

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Minecraft is a sandbox/adventure game that challenges you to survive and explore an infinite world that you can modify at will. Just a few years after launching in 2009, Minecraft exploded in popularity, eventually becoming the highest-selling game of all time at 200 million copies.

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What is Apache Bench? 

Apache Bench is a benchmarking tool that is included with the Apache web server software. It is designed to provide an impression of how our Apache installation will perform under different circumstances. Specifically, it shows us how many requests per second our Apache installation can serve.

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What is Apache Spark?

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Apache Spark is a distributed open-source, general-purpose framework for clustered computing. It is designed with computational speed in mind, from machine learning to stream processing to complex SQL queries. It can easily process and distribute work on large datasets across multiple computers.

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What is Elasticsearch?

Elasticsearch is a distributed, full-text, open-source search engine. It provides multi-tenant capabilities in analyzing aggregate data types from sources like Logstash or Kibana. This application stores and indexes information, which can then be queried for specific data. It returns useful details about a particular program, log analysis, application performance data, or other information. 

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