Installing and Setting Virtual Hosts for Apache on Ubuntu 18.04

Apache, an open-source and most widely used web server across the world. Originally known as the ‘Apache HTTP Server’, is now widely known as ‘Apache’. Reputed for its security, stability and reliability, 67% of all the web-servers is run by using this server. This article is all about installing, configuring and creating server blocks for the Apache server on Ubuntu 18.04 system.


Understanding Nagios and its features

Nagios Core, open-source software tool used for continuous monitoring of the applications, system metrics, server resources, network elements and custom services. Here, you will get to know about the open-source and enterprise version of Nagios such as Nagios Core and Nagios XI, the differences between the two and its widely-used plugins.


Installing and Configuring Nagios on Ubuntu 18.04

Nagios, free and open-source software is used for continuous monitoring of system metrics, applications, network elements, server resources and custom services. This article talks about installing and configuring the Nagios server along with the check_nrpe in the web server and NRPE daemon in the remote server (host).

How to Install and Configure Terraform on Ubuntu 18.04

Terraform is a free and open-source infrastructure as a code software developed to describe and provision a data centre infrastructure. Hereby, we have discussed Terraform, it’s usage, features and basic commands. It also deals with the end-to-end installation and droplet creation process of Terraform in the cloud provider, DigitalOcean.

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How to Install Magento using Terraform on Ubuntu system

Installing Magento on your Ubuntu system requires the installation of some basic technologies such as the facility of a cloud provider, Nginx Server, PHP, Firewall, etc. It takes almost half-day time in order to install all these technologies with proper configuration. But by using a single Terraform shell-script, you can install the whole set up within 7 to 10 mins with minimal human interaction. Let’s see how to do it.

Introduction to DevOps

DevOps, stands for Development and (IT) Operations is an agile and lean-based set of practices, cultural philosophies, approaches and tools focused on promoting effective and faster release (product) cycles. Check out how DevOps enhances the way that a business delivers value to its customers, and why it’s not limited just as an “IT capabilty”.

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