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October, 2016

  • 17 October

    VMware Cloud on Amazon AWS – The Hybrid Cloud


    The Amazon Web services and VMware had announced their cloud technologies collaboration on last Thursday 13th Oct 2016.  We never expected such a collaboration since both are market competitor and once sworn enemies. The following statement made by  VMware President in 2013 about Amazon. But now they are become partners and offering true hybrid cloud using their cutting technologies. This collaborations will definitely add …

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  • 17 October

    Setup Amazon AWS – Free Tier Account – Part 3

    AWS registration-complete

    Amazon AWS offers free tier account to experience their services for one year without any charges . The customers who have doubt about amazon offerings , they can simply sign-up and start testing the capability of AWS. You could also test your applications using free tier account. But you needs to be very careful on the resource usage. When you elapse …

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  • 16 October

    Start Amazon AWS with IAM – Part 2

    IAM - Policy

    Let’s start the amazon AWS journey with IAM service. IAM (Identity Access Management) is web service which provides the access to Amazon AWS console and helps you securely control access to AWS resources for your users. If you would like to start learning about AWS , IAM is the first component which is exposed at the beginning of AWS journey. Identity …

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September, 2016

  • 26 September

    What is Amazon AWS ? Why Should learn ? – Part 1


    AWS stands for Amazon web services which offers public cloud to their customers (Established in 2006). This project has been started to target small organization, startup companies, short term projects and  for companies who don’t want to invest money for IT infrastructure. AWS is one of the fastest growing public cloud in the world. Currently, AWS at their peak because more …

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August, 2016

  • 24 August

    Configuring NFS HA using Redhat Cluster – Pacemaker on RHEL 7

    NFS HA - Pacemaker UnixArena

    This article will help you to setup High Availability NFS server using Pacemaker on Redhat Enterprise Linux 7. From the scratch ,we will build the pacemaker blocks which includes package installation , configuring the HA resources, fencing etc. NFS shares are used for setting up the home directories and sharing the same content across multiple servers. NFS HA will suit …

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July, 2016

  • 17 July

    Pandora FMS – Opensource Enterprise Monitoring System

    Pandora FMS Network Server

    Pandora  Flexible Monitoring System – Pandora FMS is designed to adapt to every role and to every organization. Its main aim is to be flexible enough to manage and control the complete infrastructure, without further need to invest more time or money into another monitoring tool.  FMS is not just for next generation monitoring system. It supports legacy operating systems, …

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  • 11 July

    Post Deployment – NAKIVO Backup & Replication V6 for VMware – Part 2

    NAKIVO Backup & Replication - Webconsole

    This article will explain more about the post deployment of NAKIVO Backup & Replication V6 for VMware. During the post deployment , you can configure the hostname , Backup Storage, Timezone.  NAKIVO console also provides as option to update the NAKIVO  software and monitor the system performance. Once you have done the basic settings like hostname, backup storage and timezone, you can …

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  • 5 July

    Deploying NAKIVO Backup & Replication V6 for VMware – Part 1

    NAKIVO B&R for AWS - Instant Granular Recovery

    This article is going to demonstrate the deployment of NAKIVO Backup & Replication V6. Nakivo is very easy to deploy, doesn’t need any separate Windows management server since it can run purely as a pre-built virtual appliance. NAKIVO Backup & Replication provides image-based VMware VM backup.  For each VM backup, you can save up to 1,000 recovery points and rotate them on …

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