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NGINX Proxies: Serving Multiple Endpoints in a Location
Jun 7, 2024
NGINX Proxies: Serving Multiple Endpoints in a Location

Prior to diving into all the details about the configuration and way more, let’s start with the basic things. Nginx is a rather powerful web server that can be applied as a reverse proxy, load balancer, or forward proxy. Just for general information on this topic, let’s discuss the principle of the load balancer because this terminology might be really confusing. So, this balancer shares the requests among a group of servers and only after that relays the response from the server to the client.

Intel's Lunar Lake architecture is introduced
Jun 6, 2024
Intel's Lunar Lake architecture is introduced

During the Intel Tech Tour 2024, Lunar Lake was presented, and the main modifications became unrevealed. These processors were primarily designed for laptops, but some of the improvements can be transferred to Arrow Lake and used on PCs.

To achieve the desired level of performance and power, the new Lunar Lake architecture has undergone important optimizations. The most significant changes were made to the Skymont and E-cores. The integrated Xe2 graphics also had a considerable impact on the performance of the video chip.

Insights on AMD Ryzen 9000
Jun 6, 2024
Insights on AMD Ryzen 9000

Official information about AMD Ryzen 9000 processors will be revealed at Computex 2024, but a slide from the conference has been leaked. The information in it relates to 4 Ryzen 9000 processors and has a detailed description of all the characteristics.

Linux find command and how it helps to display readable File Sizes
Jun 3, 2024
Linux find command and how it helps to display readable File Sizes

Find is a rather effective method in the Linux operating system that is required for finding directories/files according to specific attributes. When talking about the size of the files, the default results can be not as understandable for the users.

Instal and Configure of Skaffold on Debian 12 Linux
May 31, 2024
Instal and Configure of Skaffold on Debian 12 Linux

Skaffold is a rather popular tool that is needed for continuous development. With this container-based tool, it is possible to manage deploying, developing, and pushing the app and also creating pieces for CD/CI pipelines. Scaffold can deliver your app to a Kubernetes cluster, cloud project, or docker environment.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.10 Linux released
May 29, 2024
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.10 Linux released

The recently released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.10 was the last release of the eighth branch in the full support phase, and on May 31 it will move to the maintenance phase, where it will focus on patches and security updates.

Server accelerators: Intel, AMD and NVIDIA
May 28, 2024
Server accelerators: Intel, AMD and NVIDIA

When it comes to server processors, more than 90% of the market is made up of Nvidia products, where the company, in particular, holds a leading position in terms of selling server components.

For example, in 2023, AMD earned more than $6 billion from the sale of server components, while Nvidia earned more than $47.5 billion. If we take the revenue in the last quarter, Nvidia received more than $22 billion, which is 427% more compared to the same period last year. Intel, on the other hand, earned $15.5 from the sale of server components over the past year.

Google is building a new internet cable that will connect Africa with Australia
May 28, 2024
Google is building a new internet cable that will connect Africa with Australia

Google has started building the first underwater fiber optic cable that will connect Africa with Australia, the two previously least connected parts of the world, under the name Umoja, following Google’s Equiano connecting Africa and Europe.

How to solve Error "Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated”
May 28, 2024
How to solve Error "Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated”

While using Secure Shell (SSH) protocol to access a remote computer, an error described as “Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal” can come up.

Adding User and Password Using Ansible
May 27, 2024
Adding User and Password Using Ansible

Users are offered lots of tools and features for automation purposes and that greatly simplifies all the challenges that can be connected with management. Here, we will introduce you to a great tool that is called Ansible. This is a fantastic option for adding new users and passwords. If you have a couple of servers, then the manual process of adding new users can be really time-consuming. Now, you don’t need to waste time and enter all the users, you can automate this process.