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‘The security threat on the cloud is now passe’

With the launch of Oracle 12c, Oracle has introduced the first database designed for the cloud. The Oracle Database 12c brings to customers a new multi-tenant architecture, by which the company attempts to…

Secure Your PHP Application

In the open source world, PHP programming is always given first preference due to its availability and flexibility. It is a powerful server side scripting language and provides a robust framework to create…

“We have doubled our customer base every single year since we started”

BigRock has recently joined hands with Neustar, a provider of real-time information and analysis to the Internet, telecommunications, technology, retail, media and advertising industries, to promote .biz as the preferred domain for small…

Manage Your Routine Tasks With Jenkins

This article shows how to set up Jenkins for email-notification, and build set-up on Linux- fedora core. In a software project life cycle, we are continuously integrating software on the version control, and…

Open Source has become a Political Statement

Know how the open source community ended up making waves of change for the rest of society With the memory of the internet-rebellion against U.S. internet control legislation SOPA and PIPA and the…

CloudStack: An Overview of the Open Source IaaS Platform

Here’s an open source IaaS platform to set up an on-demand, elastic cloud computing service. It enables utility computing services by allowing cloud service providers to offer self-service compute instances, storage volumes and…

Deploy a DNS Server in a Secure Way

BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is one of the more widely used DNS servers. This article guides readers on how to deploy a BIND DNS server in a secure way by implementing three…

The Good Botnets

iLinuxBot: Designing Botnets to Manage Linux Clients

This article is to encourage newbies to use a little creativity to solve real-world problems. It shows you how to manage a Linux lab, or a lot of Linux PCs, from one machine….

Turnkey Linux -- High on Steroids

Get Started with Turnkey Linux — When and Where it Makes Sense

This article deals with getting open source software packages up and running on bare metal/virtual platforms in a stress-free manner. What happens when your online team asks for a Drupal or WordPress server,…

The Art of Guard, Part 5: SELinux Logging

In the previous article in this series, we looked at allow rules in an SELinux policy. This month we’ll discuss SELinux error logs in order to decipher them and take corrective action.

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