1. Securing Virtual Terminal (VTY) Lines

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    In the rapidly evolving landscape of network security, ensuring the protection of Virtual Terminal (VTY) lines on Cisco-based networks remains a critical task. VTY lines provide remote access to routers and switches, typically via telnet by default, making them prime targets for remote brute force password attacks. This article will …

  2. Leveraging Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance

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    Predictive maintenance is transforming the way industries manage and maintain their assets. By predicting failures before they occur, companies can avoid unexpected downtimes, reduce maintenance costs, and extend the lifespan of their equipment. Leveraging machine learning for predictive maintenance is at the forefront of this transformation, providing robust and accurate …

  3. Building and Deploying Serverless Applications with AWS Lambda

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    Serverless computing has revolutionized the way we develop and deploy applications. AWS Lambda, a leading serverless compute service, allows developers to run code without provisioning or managing servers. This approach simplifies the deployment process, reduces operational overhead, and scales automatically. In this article, we'll explore how to build and deploy …

  4. Replicating the "git show" Command in Mercurial

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    As a seasoned software engineer who has transitioned from the early days of development to the modern era, I understand the importance of having robust tools to manage codebases. Two of the most popular version control systems (VCS) today are Git and Mercurial. While both serve the same fundamental purpose …

  5. The Rise of Rust: Why This Language is the Future of Systems Programming

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    Systems programming has traditionally been dominated by languages like C and C++. However, in recent years, a new contender has emerged that promises to bring safety, speed, and modern features to the forefront of systems-level development: Rust. Rust, developed by Mozilla, has quickly gained popularity for its focus on memory …

  6. Edge Computing: Transforming IoT and Real-Time Analytics

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    As technology advances, the demand for real-time data processing and analysis continues to grow. This need is particularly pronounced in the realms of the Internet of Things (IoT) and real-time analytics, where rapid data processing can significantly enhance performance and efficiency. Edge computing is a transformative approach that addresses …

  7. Introduction to DRBD

    Posted on in system_administration

    DRBD, which stands for Distributed Replicated Block Device, is a software-based, shared-nothing, replicated storage solution for mirroring the content of block devices (such as hard disks, partitions, logical volumes, etc.) between servers. It is often used to build high-availability (HA) clusters and is integrated into the Linux kernel, making it …

  8. Implementing Real-Time Location Tracking with WebSockets and GPS Data in Modern Web Applications

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    Introduction to Real-Time Tracking

    Real-time location tracking has become increasingly critical in modern web applications, especially in industries such as logistics, transportation, and personal safety. This functionality allows users to track the movement of objects or individuals live, providing significant value in applications like delivery services, fleet management, and personal …

  9. Understanding WebSockets: A Deep Dive

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    In the world of web development, real-time communication has become increasingly crucial. From live chat applications and online gaming to real-time data streaming and collaborative editing tools, the demand for instantaneous data exchange between clients and servers has surged. WebSockets, a powerful protocol introduced to address this need, enable full-duplex …

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