Basics of load balancing with HAProxy

Tutorials / Linux Notes

2020.04.05

Basics of load balancing with HAProxy

HAProxy is free, open source software that provides a high availability load balancer and proxy server for TCP and HTTP-based applications. Its most common use is to improve the performance and reliability of a server environment by distributing the workload across multiple servers (e.g. web, application, database).

Brief git Cheat Sheet

Tutorials

2020.04.02

Brief git Cheat Sheet

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. This cheat sheet summarizes commonly used Git command line instructions for quick reference.

Setup an IKEv2 server with StrongSwan

Tutorials / Linux Notes

2020.01.09

Setup an IKEv2 server with StrongSwan

IKEv2, or Internet Key Exchange v2, is a protocol that allows for direct IPSec tunneling between two points. In IKEv2 implementations, IPSec provides encryption for the network traffic. IKEv2 is natively supported on some platforms (OS X 10.11+, iOS 9.1+, and Windows 10) with no additional applications necessary, and it handles client hiccups quite smoothly.

Setting up snap Nextcloud on Ubuntu

Tutorials / Linux Notes

2019.12.05

Setting up snap Nextcloud on Ubuntu

Nextcloud, a fork of ownCloud, is a open-source file sharing server that allows you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. It also returns the control and security of your sensitive data back to you, thus eliminating the use of a third-party cloud hosting service. Here, I'm going to walk through the installing and configurations on Ubuntu 18.04 using the snappy packaging system.

A Beginner's Guide to SCSS

Web Notes / Tutorials

2019.11.07

A Beginner's Guide to SCSS

Basically, SCSS is the most popular CSS pre-processor now people use. It's just a more recent version of the original Sass syntax. All Sass/SCSS code compiles back to standard CSS so that the browsers can understand it. All browsers currently don't have direct support for SCSS or any other CSS pre-processor, nor does the standard CSS specification provide alternatives for similar features, not yet.

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