Soji Jacob

Location : Bangalore

Top 5 JavaScript Frameworks to learn/work on in 2020

1. React React is not among the earliest disruptive JavaScript-based Web frameworks. But it is the most disruptive and influential JavaScript-based Web framework. Jordan Walke and a group of Facebook Engineers created React in 2013 as a Component-based Web Framework with one-way data flow and changed the Front-end Web Development forever. It also introduced many …

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TataSky Broadband Review | Is it any good?

TataSky Broadband – the Broadband geek review   What We Like What We Don’t Like FTTH with telephone (Only in some regions) User Friendly Mobile Application Tariff Slower average fibre speed than competitors Frequent network disconnections & downtime Very poor customer support – 90% tickets are closed without resolution Packet …

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How to Choose an Internet Service Provider

When you’re choosing an internet service, some factors (such as cost) are easy to match between one company and therefore the next. Other elements, like customer service, are harder to gauge , but they’re even as important to your overall experience. Here are a number of the foremost important elements to think about when buying a replacement internet provider: Reliability/Uptime: Are you able to get online once you want to …

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How to Perform Linux Server Monitoring with CloudStats

CloudStats is a powerful tool for Linux server monitoring and network monitoring. This Software-as-a-Service tool allows to track all key indicators of system health, such as CPU and RAM usage, apps and processes performance, network status and much more. The best thing is that CloudStats requires minimum technical skills from …

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Linux df Command Usage Examples

This post about Linux df command opens series of articles for Linux newbies where you’ll find description and usage examples of major Linux commands like df, top, fsck, mount and so on. Introduction Linux df command can be used to display disk usage statistics for the file systems present on …

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Linux Restricted Shells: rssh and scponly

Restricted shells like rssh and scponly give sysadmin the possibility to limit the operations that Linux user can do, for example you can create user that will be allowed to copy files via scp but won’t be permitted to login into system’s command line. This is quite important security feature …

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Failover and Load Balancing using HAProxy

HAProxy is open source proxy that can be used to enable high availability and load balancing for web applications. It was designed especially for high load projects so it is very fast and predictable, HAProxy is based on single-process model. In this post I’ll describe sample setup of HAProxy: users’ …

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Track file changes using auditd

Most of Linux distributions comes with Linux Auditing System that makes it possible to track file changes, file accesses as well as system calls. It’s pretty useful functionality for sysadmins who wish to know who and when accessed and/or changed sensitive files like /etc/passwd, /etc/sudoers or others. Daemon auditd that usually …

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