Cloud by name indicates something which is very huge and present over a large area. Going by the name, in technical field, Cloud is something which is virtual and provides services to end users in form of storage, hosting of apps or virtualizing any physical space. Now a days, Cloud computing is used by small as well as large organizations for data storage or providing customers with its advantages which are listed above. 12 Free Open Source Cloud Storage Software’s Mainly, three types of Services come associated with Cloud which are: SaaS (Software as a Service) for allowing users to access other publically available clouds of large organizations for storing their data like: gmail, PaaS (Platform as a Service) for hosting of apps or software on Others public cloud ex: Google App Engine which hosts apps of users, IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) for virtualizing any physical machine and availing it to customers to make them get feel of a real machine. Cloud Storage Cloud … [Read more...] about 12 Open Source Cloud Storage Software to Store and Sync Your Data Quickly and Safely
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If you’re working as a Linux/Unix system administrator, sure you know that you must have useful monitoring tools to monitor your computers & systems, monitoring tools are very important in the job of a system administrator or a server webmaster, it’s the best way to keep an eye on what’s going on inside your system. Read Also: 20 Tools to Monitor Linux Performance – Part 1 13 Linux Performance Monitoring Today we’re going to talk about another 13 Linux monitoring tool that you may use to do the job. 21. Glances – Real Time System Monitoring Glances is a monitoring tool built to present as much information as possible in any terminal size, it automatically takes the terminal window size it runs on, in other words, it’s a responsive monitoring tool. Glances Features Licensed under LGPL and written in Python. Cross-platform, it works on Windows, Mac, BSD and Linux. Available in most Linux official repositories. A It gives a lot of information … [Read more...] about 13 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools
These are full-featured open source software products, free as in beer and speech that I started to use recently. Vivek Gite picks his best open source software of 2013. #1 Replicant – Fully free Android distribution Replicant is entirely free and open source distributions of Android on several devices including both phones and tablets. I have installed it on an older Nexus S. You can install apps from F-Droid store a GPLv2 client app that comes configured with a repository hosting only free as in freedom applications. Operating system : Linux/Android Purpose : Free os for phone/tablets Targets : User who wish to have a full control over the mobile phone with strong privacy settings License : Apache License 2.0/GPL 2.0 Download url : replicant.us #2: Miro video converter This is an open source, cross-platform application to convert videos from and to various formats, including formats suitable for devices such as Android/iOS phones. It is simple and easy to use … [Read more...] about 30 Cool Open Source Software I Discovered in 2013
Keepalived provides a strong and robust health checking for LVS clusters. It implements a framework of health checking on multiple layers for server failover, and VRRPv2 stack to handle director failover. How do I install and configure Keepalived for reverse proxy server such as nginx or lighttpd? If your are using a LVS director to loadbalance a server pool in a production environment, you may want to have a robust solution for healthcheck & failover. This will also work with reverse proxy server such as nginx.Our Sample Setup Internet-- | ============= | ISP Router| ============= | | | |eth0 -> 192.168.1.11 (connected to lan) |-lb0==| | |eth1 -> 22.214.171.124 (vip master) | | |eth0 -> 192.168.1.10 (connected to lan) |-lb1==| |eth1 -> 126.96.36.199 (vip backup) Where,lb0 – Linux box directly connected to the Internet via eth1. This is master load balancer.lb1 – Linux box directly connected to the Internet via eth1. This is backup load balancer. … [Read more...] about CentOS / Redhat Linux: Install Keepalived To Provide IP Failover For Web Cluster
Apple may have embraced the pro market on the Mac hardware side with the recent release of the iMac Pro and forthcoming Mac Pro, but the software side, well, that’s a slightly different story.A quiet post on Apple’s support site last month revealed that the company is significantly dialing back the capabilities of its macOS Server package, the $20 add-on software that turns your Mac into a full-featured piece of server hardware. Gone are features like web and mail hosting, VPNs, and more. Instead, Apple says it is re-focusing macOS Server on “management of computers, devices, and storage on your network.” Or, in other words, on managing all your other Apple devices.Still, that’s a shame for a number of reasons, not least of which that macOS has long been a powerful (if somewhat under-the-radar) network server option. As someone who’s dabbled in running servers in the past, I’ll be sad to see macOS Server go—but I’m not exactly … [Read more...] about macOS Server: As features are cut, what does the future hold for Apple’s server software?