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  • May 15, 2019 - 金 - LinuxCBT ELB-CLI Edition - Released

    Scale-out, Scale-wide; Rapidly and efficiently as possible.

    AWS Elastic Load Balancer facilitates simple CLI calls that make scaling a snap.

    Let's examine some fundamental CLI-calls regarding ELB Instances..

  • April 02, 2019 - 金 - LinuxCBT EC2-CLI Edition - Released

    Speed and Scale require Automation; Automation requires the CLI.

    The ability to efficiently spawn and manage EC2 Instances is simplified via the CLI.

    Let's examine some fundamental CLI-calls regarding EC2 Instances..

  • March 15, 2019 - 金 - LinuxCBT SLES15x Edition - Released

    SuSE Enterprise Linux continues to be a favourite in larger organizations.

    A slower release-cycle, consistent longstanding interfaces and YaST management prove to be favourable to systems custodians.

    Let's have a glance at the latest incarnation of SLES Enterprise Linux..

  • February 05, 2019 - 火 - LinuxCBT Deb9x Edition - Released

    The latest major version of Debian GNU/Linux includes updates to key libraries, packages and bundles.

    Cloud Images abound on your favourite platforms. Hassle-free, long-term Security Updates endure, resulting in the ability to easily incorporate this popular Distro. Have a go with some Instances and consider Debian for your App environment.

    Let's explore Administration of this release, with a Cloud-Focus..

  • January 07, 2019 - 月 - LinuxCBT R53 Edition - Released

    In the peer-to-peer distributed era, DNS remains the most-critical glue in application stacks, ensuring proper routing of traffic.

    Cloud-DNS offers various logical algos to assist with proper distribution, virtually eliminating single points of failure and superfluous latency.

    Use AWS Route53 to aptly respond to DNS requests for your Apps and Services..

  • November 26, 2018 - 月 - LinuxCBT EC2-ASG Edition - Released

    (In|Out)ward Scaling, pre-Cloud Elasticity, has been a bane to those in the decision and execution pipeline. Scale too widely, there is waste; the converse fails to meet demand, potentially resulting in displeased constituents.

    As there is an App for most things, there is a facility to meet this challenge. The ability to automogacially scale (In|Out)ward in order to maintain a formidable Fleet and to meet user-demand.

    Let's peruse AWS Auto-Scaling Groups of EC2 Instances in this release..

  • November 05, 2018 - 月 - LinuxCBT EC2-VPC Edition - Released

    Integral to a scalable Cloud experience is a proper topological design. Modus Tollens appears to NOT apply to this realm of Computing considering its ample room for Development | Staging | Production.

    Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) offer Software Defined Networking (SDN) of common , but key, Infrastructural components largely premised on EC2 Instances and their derivatives of all incarnations, in a distributed and potentially highly-available and pleasingly resilient, and, salubrious form.

    Let's examine the AWS VPC-Defaults, and, re-orient the layout to mimic familiar Corporate architectures..

  • October 15, 2018 - 月 - LinuxCBT EC2-ELB Edition - Released

    High-Availability (HA) of Web-facing Apps is par-for-the-course in the current commoditized computing environment. Open Source components à la HAProxy bring considerable economies of scale to HA theatres, resulting in high-performance and minimal down-time.

    AWS Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) service offers simplified L[47] HA for your Cloud Apps. Use it to increase availability and performance as needed. Also factor AWS ELB into your DR | BC action-plan.

    Let's peruse key components of AWS ELB..