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How To Use Certbot Standalone Mode to Retrieve Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates on Debian 10

Introduction Let’s Encrypt is a service that offers free SSL certificates through an automated API. The most popular Let’s Encrypt client is EFF‘s Certbot client. Certbot offers a variety of ways to validate your domain, fetch certificates, and automatically configure Apache and Nginx. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss Certbot’s standalone mode and how to use Read more about How To Use Certbot Standalone Mode to Retrieve Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates on Debian 10[…]

How To Install the Apache Web Server on Debian 10

Introduction The Apache HTTP server is the most widely-used web server in the world. It provides many powerful features including dynamically loadable modules, robust media support, and extensive integration with other popular software. In this guide, we’ll explain how to install an Apache web server on your Debian 10 server. Prerequisites Before you begin this Read more about How To Install the Apache Web Server on Debian 10[…]

How To Set Up an OpenVPN Server on Debian 10

A previous version of this tutorial was written by Justin Ellingwood Introduction Want to access the Internet safely and securely from your smartphone or laptop when connected to an untrusted network such as the WiFi of a hotel or coffee shop? A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to traverse untrusted networks privately and securely Read more about How To Set Up an OpenVPN Server on Debian 10[…]

Ansible + ServiceNow Part 2: Parsing facts from network devices using PyATS/Genie

This blog is part two in a series covering how Red Hat Ansible Automation can integrate with ticket automation. This time we’ll cover dynamically adding a set of network facts from your switches and routers and into your ServiceNow tickets. If you missed Part 1 of this blog series, you can refer to it via Read more about Ansible + ServiceNow Part 2: Parsing facts from network devices using PyATS/Genie[…]

Blog: Deprecated APIs Removed In 1.16: Here’s What You Need To Know

Author: Vallery Lancey (Lyft) As the Kubernetes API evolves, APIs are periodically reorganized or upgraded. When APIs evolve, the old API is deprecated and eventually removed. The 1.16 release will deprecate APIs for four services: NetworkPolicy PodSecurityPolicy DaemonSet, Deployment, StatefulSet, and ReplicaSet Ingress None of these resources will be removed from Kubernetes or deprecated in Read more about Blog: Deprecated APIs Removed In 1.16: Here’s What You Need To Know[…]

AWS Named as a Leader in Gartner’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Magic Quadrant for the 9th Consecutive Year

My colleagues on the AWS service teams work to deliver what customers want today, and also do their best to anticipate what they will need tomorrow. This Customer Obsession, along with our commitment to Hire and Develop the Best (two of the fourteen Amazon Leadership Principles), helps us to figure out, and then to deliver Read more about AWS Named as a Leader in Gartner’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Magic Quadrant for the 9th Consecutive Year[…]

HashiCorp and Microsoft Extend Multi-year Collaboration Agreement

HashiCorp is pleased to announce an extension of the multi-year collaboration agreement signed with Microsoft in 2017. The purpose of the initial agreement was to expand the capabilities of the Azure Terraform provider to include more resources and services for Azure users to leverage through Terraform. In the two years since that agreement was signed, Read more about HashiCorp and Microsoft Extend Multi-year Collaboration Agreement[…]

DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 San Francisco: Lunch Time Demos

If you’re looking for more opportunities to learn Jenkins and Jenkins X during the lunch hours while at DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 San Francisco, come join us at the Jenkins and Jenkins X Community Booth! If you don’t yet have your pass for DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 San Francisco, and don’t Read more about DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 San Francisco: Lunch Time Demos[…]

Introducing the Pipeline Configuration History Plugin

Pipelines are the efficient and modern way how to create jobs in Jenkins. To recognize pipeline changes quickly and easily, we developed the Pipeline Configuration History plugin. This plugin detects changes of pipelines and provides the user an option to view changes between two builds (diffs) of pipeline configurations visibly and traceably. How everything started Read more about Introducing the Pipeline Configuration History Plugin[…]