Linux

Learn by Doing: Linux Hands-On Training Courses

Linux is everywhere and even powers most of the cloud.

Amazon Web Services

Using Vault to generate dynamic IAM users in AWS with Cloud Playground

  In today’s technology landscape, securely storing and controlling things like passwords, certificates, tokens, and encryption keys, is a necessary, but complicated challenge.

Linux

The TAR command | Bash Basics

I was sitting in a talk that was being given by Ell Marquez at Linux Fest North West and at the start of her talk, there was a comic.

DevOps

How to exit Vim (with shortcuts and tips)

Vim is a powerful editor, but it can take a while to get used to how it works.

Linux

Navigating in Bash | Bash basics

So far we have taken a look at how the AWK command, the SED command and event designators can make your Bash life easier but they really are a touch more advanced than what I would consider Bash Basics.

DevOps

The SED command | BASH Basics

Sed, the Stream Editor Along the same line as my last blog,  I would like to reiterate that in some cases, it is important to have what I would consider to be basic skills on the command line.

Linux

The AWK Command | BASH Basics

  When I was first starting out as a sysadmin and I wanted to know what it took to get promoted, one of the things I was told was that I needed to know the BASH utilities, such as AWK.

Linux

TCP Connection Testing with Telnet

The beauty of Telnet is that it’s available for almost any operating system, and it’s installed by default on many.

DevOps

Everyday Regular Expressions

Nearly every programmer or systems administrator will use regular expressions at some point in their career; whether it’s as simple as changing a select bit of text in vim, or as advanced as validating detailed bits of information.