Home » Posts tagged centos (Page 3)

Setup and Configured FirewallD Rules To Make Linux Servers Secure

The RHEL7 has introduce new security module/aplication/daemon for managing and support network/interface zone with named Firewalld. Firewalld replaces the iptables interface and it is compatible with both IPV version ipv4 and ipv6 and it’s related firewall settings. firewalld provides facility to configure firewall rules dynamically on linux system...
Continue reading

Nginx Load Balancer on Centos/RHEL/Fedora

Nginx is is free open-source high performance load balancer with caching http server as well as reverse proxy web server, SMTP, IMAP, POP server. Nginx provide the load balancing feature nginx easily distribute the load across multiple backend servers without any technical issues which scale your infrastructure and...
Continue reading

Performance Monitoring using Net-SNMP

SNMP stand Simple Network Management Protocol is INTERNET protocol, SNMP widely used for managing and monitoring networking devices on IP address and collecting information from hardware devices such as router, system, switches, firewall, printers. Simple Network Management Protocol is application layer protocol. Today most of enterprises networking devices...
Continue reading

Install Hadoop (single node) on CentOS/Rhel

Apache Hadoop is absolutely free and open-source software module for remote-access data processing of huge Data sets across clusters. In other word, Hadoop is a set of rule (frameworks) that permit storing huge amounts of data (large data or Big Data), and processing it in a much more...
Continue reading

Docker installation and configuration

Docker is an open source platform for system admins and developers to create, ship, and run apportioned applications. Docker permits you to execute applications inside containers, it provide OS (Operating System) level virtualization on Linux. Docker is developed to process your applications faster. It basically use system resource...
Continue reading

Categorized Tag Cloud