fluentd voor betere applicatie logging

Another CYSO DevOps related article, focusing on better logging from in-house developed applications. This post has also been posted to the CYSO blog. Er zijn een aantal zaken in Software Development die snel complex kunnen worden, waarbij ik persoonlijk data opslag één van de belangrijkere vind. Voor het configureren van (Python) applicaties hebben we al […]

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Amazon Glacier and glaciercmd

I’m pretty sure that everyone who even reads this blog is familiar with Amazon Web Services. If not, here’s the rundown. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a HUGE web platform created and managed by Amazon. The biggest point of this platform is that anyone can make an account (provided you have a credit card), and […]

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A Linux LVM primer

Linux’s Logical Volume Manager, or lvm, is a method for dividing a physical disk (or physical volume, PV) into blocks (or physical extents, PE). These blocks can be assigned to partitions (or logical volumes, LV). The process of assigning PE‘s to a LV creates a map for translating PE‘s to LE‘s, called the allocation map. […]

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