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Keep the attack surface small – Avoid using globally defined service accounts!

23 May 2015

Restarting a complex application is a tough task, in particular when many interconnected services have to be restarted in the correct order. A restart becomes a great challenge in a mixed Linux/Windows server environment with dozens of databases, applications and web services. 372 more words


Giving root privileges to users

Edit the file /etc/sudoers with the username that you wanna give root privileges and select the application that you would like to give access to him/her. 23 more words


How To Fix OpenStack Nova and Keystone Certificates

Suddenly, my OpenStack APIs stopped working with an ERROR: Unauthorized (HTTP 401).
I could still login from the Horizon web interface though and I could still run keystone commands. 27 more words

How to run Docker containers on CentOS or Fedora

Lately Docker has emerged as a key technology for deploying applications in the cloud environment. Compared to traditional hardware virtualization, Docker-based container sandbox provides a number of advantages for application deployment environment, such as lightweight isolation, deployment… 6 more words

How to mount Box.com cloud storage on Linux

Box.com (previously Box.net) is an online cloud storage provider targeting both individual users and enterprise customers. Box.com users can access its cloud storage via web interface or multi-platform mobile client software. 18 more words

How to mount HDFS using FUSE

Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is a distributed, scalable filesystem developed as the back-end storage for data-intensive Hadoop applications. As such, HDFS is designed to handle very large files with “write-once-read-many” access model. 13 more words

Ivy League Dog

Sudo has now been to three fancy northeast schools. First, she visited Brandeis, for a de-stressing even before midterms. Then we went to Tufts, then Harvard. 239 more words