How to create an S3 Bucket (Object Storage) on Amazon AWS

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is an object storage where you can store your objects (Files, Videos, Images, Documents, and any-type-of-file). In this article, I will show you how to create an S3 Bucket on AWS, upload an object and perform basic operations.


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How to Install ExpressionEngine CMS with Nginx on FreeBSD 12

ExpressionEngine is a mature, flexible, secure, free open-source content management system (CMS) written in PHP. This guide will walk you through the ExpressionEngine installation process on a fresh FreeBSD 12 using PHP, MariaDB as a database, and Nginx as a web server.


Original URL: https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-expressionengine-cms-on-freebsd-12/

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How to manage Let’s Encrypt SSL/TLS certificates with certbot

Certbot is a free and open-source utility mainly used for managing SSL/TLS certificates from the Let’s Encrypt certificate authority. It is available for most UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems, including GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and OS X.


Original URL: https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-manage-lets-encrypt-ssl-tls-certificates-with-certbot/

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Linux 5.3 Released

“Linux 5.3 has been released,” writes diegocg:

This release includes support for AMD Navi GPUs; support for the umwait x86 instructions that let processes wait for short amounts of time without spinning loops; a ‘utilization clamping’ mechanism that is used to boost interactivity on power-asymmetric CPUs used in phones; a new pidfd_open(2) system call that completes the work done to let users deal with the PID reuse problem; 16 millions of new IPv4 addresses in the 0.0.0.0/8 range are made available; support for Zhaoxin x86 CPUs; support Intel Speed Select for easier power selection in Xeon servers; and support for the lightweight hypervisor ACRN, built for embedded IoT devices. As always, many other new drivers and improvements can be found in the changelog.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.


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How to Install Matomo Web Analytics with Nginx on FreeBSD 12.0

Matomo (formerly Piwik) is a free and open-source web analytics application developed by a team of international developers, that runs on a PHP/MySQL webserver. This tutorial will show you how to install Matomo on a FreeBSD 12.0 system using Nginx as the webserver and we will secure the website with a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate.


Original URL: https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-matomo-web-analytics-on-freebsd-120/

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GitHub gets a CI/CD service

Microsoft’s GitHub today launched the beta of a new version of GitHub Actions with full continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) capabilities built right into the service. General availability is planned for November 13.
The company also today announced that it now has more than 40 million developers on its platform.
Ten months ago, GitHub launched Actions, its workflow automation platform. Developers could already take actions to trigger all kinds of events and use that to build custom CI/CD pipelines. At launch, the GitHub team stressed that Actions allowed for building these pipelines, but that it was a lot more than that. Still, developers were obviously quite interested in using Actions for CI/CD.
“Since we introduced GitHub Actions last year, the response has been phenomenal, and developers have created thousands of inspired workflows,” writes GitHub CEO Nat Friedman in today’s announcement. “But we’ve also heard clear feedback from almost everyone: you want CI/CD! And


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With the acquisition closed, IBM goes all in on Red Hat

IBM’s massive $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat closed a few weeks ago and today, the two companies are now announcing the first fruits of this process. For the most part, today’s announcement further IBM’s ambitions to bring its products to any public and private cloud. That was very much the reason why IBM acquired Red Hat in the first place, of course, so this doesn’t come as a major surprise, though most industry watchers probably didn’t expect this to happen this fast.
Specifically, IBM is announcing that it is bringing its software portfolio to Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat’s Kubernetes-based container platform that is essentially available on any cloud that allows its customers to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
In total, IBM has already optimized more than 100 products for OpenShift and bundled them into what it calls “Cloud Paks.” There are currently five of these Paks: Cloud Pak for Data,


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