The internet is the second source of opinions (first being Politicians). But what does that have to do with Technical Blogs? Recently I embarked on a security focused project of adding 2 Factor authentication to the some network authentication systems at work. A few google searches later and you’ll find a bunch of results for ‘How to configure Radius with Google Continue reading Not all technical blog posts are created equal.
HAProxy is offering some Free Aloha Pockets for Students & Interns for their Labs! I confess I did email them and hope they opt to send me a pair. In either case, over the next few weeks I’m going to test using haproxy instead of nginx as the frontend for my apache2 site. This must do HTTP/2, SSL and some headers Continue reading Next Steps, HAProxy!
As of this week I’m officially working as a Sr. Systems Engineer in DevOps! What a blast, I get to work with some of the most intelligent people with a vast range of experience and knowledge. I’ve spent a ton of time already using Git to actually commit and push changes (how they do configuration management) which I find ingenious Continue reading Using Git on Windows
So many times we need to make copies of our site to dev, but having to manipulate the code/hostname/vhost etc every damn time or setting up .hosts files to point to the dev IP is a pain to say the least. So here’s my solution for apache2, make all www. addresses convert to dev. addresses, now I can browse my Continue reading Dev Apache Re-Write for www domain