Linux Academy

Wireless Security | Roadmap to Securing Your Infrastructure

Wireless security is not only a huge subject, but it’s also extremely important.

Linux Academy

Using Secure Configurations | Standardize Your Security

This week, we’re discussing secure configurations, and why they matter.

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.

Linux Academy

Weekly Update 4/22/2019

Last week we had quite a few announcements, including the launches of Automating AWS with Lambda, Python, and Boto3 and AWS Advanced Networking Specialty.

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 Academy

User Account Review | Roadmap to Securing Your Infrastructure

One of the topics you may not often think of as being all that important to security is user accounts on systems.

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.

Business Platform

Patch Management | Roadmap to Securing Your Infrastructure

In the last post, we discussed vulnerability scanning, which will lead directly to patching most of the time.

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.

DevOps

Get More From Chef By Extending It

For the second quarter in a row we’ve launched a Chef certification course, this latest time we launched Extending Chef Badge.