Terraform is a really handy tech tool for DevOps. They can run a single application or your entire datacenter.
Everything you need to know about containers, servers, and development on the cloud!
Fedora has a legion of fans. Formerly known as Fedora Core, Fedora is a Linux distribution developed by the Fedora Project, supported by the community, and owned by Red Hat. Fedora contains software distributed under a free and open-source license
December 2020 brought remarkable news to the Linux community: the end of stable versions of CentOS. From now on, CentOS will be replaced by the CentOS Stream project, a continuous release type distribution, with no release of the final versions.
How is your GitHub nowadays? Since the creation of the platform in mid-2008, GitHub has grown exponentially. In 2011, it already hosted more than 2 million public repositories. Besides allowing vast access to this content, enhancing the learning of those
Python is a simple, complete, accessible, portable, extensible programming language. Learning Python can expand your portfolio and guarantee your participation in interesting projects. Its popularity increases year after year. Currently, it ranks among the most used languages for Data Analysis,
As the world has gone virtual, it has become easier to attend conferences via our laptops/desktops, right from the comfort of our home office.
Thus, we have separated an unmissable event list for your learning and updating journey for 2021.
Faster Data analysis is essential for making decisions that impact the progress and, especially, the continuity of any business. The metrics management and indicators are relevant pillars for analysis, planning, and decision-making in strategic sectors. Grafana is a tool for
“MongoDB is the only NoSQL database that almost everyone has heard of” – this was the introduction I heard about the ever-famous DBMS (Database Management Systems) that is non-relational; this conversation was in 2013. Today we are in 2021, experiencing
Zabbix and Nagios – They are constantly compared when it comes to network monitoring.
However, many tools offer an excellent monitoring experience, so, this is not a question of limiting choices.
The point is: few collisions attract as much attention as Nagios vs Zabbix.
Today’s post is all about the clash of them.
Place your bet and keep reading.