These are my links for 28 ago 2014 from 12:10 to 13:11:
- CloudInit – Community Help Wiki – cloud-init is the Ubuntu package that handles early initialization of a cloud instance. It is installed in the Ubuntu Cloud Images and also in the official Ubuntu images available on EC2. Some of the things it configures are: setting a default locale setting hostname generate ssh private keys adding ssh keys to user's .ssh/authorized_keys so they can log in setting up ephemeral mount points cloud-init's behavior can be configured via user-data. User-data can be given by the user at instance launch time. This is done via the –user-data or –user-data-file argument to ec2-run-instances
- Tsunami UDP Protocol – Tsunami UDP Protocol: A fast user-space file transfer protocol that uses TCP control and UDP data for transfer over very high speed long distance networks (≥ 1 Gbps and even 10 GE), designed to provide more throughput than possible with TCP over the same networks. The project is based on original Indiana University 2002 Tsunami source code, but has been significantly improved and extended. As such, large portions of the program today are courtesy by Aalto University Metsähovi Radio Observatory. Includes FTP-like client and server command line applications for normal file transfers. It has additionally been extended for high rate real-time data streaming in eVLBI radio astronomy and geodesy (VSIB, PCEVN DAQ). Licensed under the original IU open source license.
- Obama for America on AWS – Infrastructure Architecture – Obama for America on AWS – Infrastructure Architecture
- holman/spark – sparklines for your shell
These are my links for 26 ago 2014 from 13:53 to 15:35:
- Petr’s blog about Linux: Systemd Cheatsheet –
- List of IXPs – Euro-IX – List of known IXPS around the globe
- Cloud Orchestration & Cloud Automation the DevOps Way | Cloudify – Orchestrate Real Apps on the Cloud with Cloudify Achieve a smooth transition to the cloud and easy automation of even the most complex applications throughout their entire lifecycle with Cloudify. Orchestrate the creation of the whole cloud infrastructure required for your application, starting from compute resources all the way down to networks and block storage devices. Cloudify will then deploy your applications to the cloud (OpenStack, VMWare vSphere, or even bare metal like Softlayer), monitor their progress and scale them when needed. With Cloudify, you won’t be locked in to any one cloud provider or one type of cloud; deploy the same application in your own data center or on the cloud of your choice using your favorite automation and configuration management tools. Monitor, manage and scale your application with Cloudify, whatever the topology or technology stack.
These are my links for 5 ago 2014 from 12:07 to 15:50:
- ii.com · Procmail Quick Start: An introduction to email filtering with a focus on procmail by Nancy McGough – rocmail is free/libre open-source software that is both a mail processor and a mail delivery agent (MDA). It can be used by either a system administrator or a user to automatically process and deliver incoming mail messages. It can also be used to re-process and re-deliver messages that are already in a mailbox. This Procmail tutorial is aimed at regular users, not system administrators.
- agentile/S3-Media-Storage – Store media library contents onto S3 without cron jobs. This is more ideal for multiple web server environments. Because of the logic surrounding WordPress media uploads and the availability/order in which hooks/actions surrounding media uploading, we cannot get away from temporarily storing the uploaded file in the uploads directory. What this plugin will be able to do is to take that uploaded file, move it to S3, and delete the local uploaded file all in the same request.
- Using AWS S3 with WordPress for Media Asset Storage | Ian Massingham’s Blog – As you know I recently migrated this blog from Google’s Blogger service to a self hosted WordPress installation running on the AWS Cloud. Since then, I have been working on improving the resilience and scalability of the new platform by using a few additional AWS features. One of the things I have changed is to move media assets, such as images, from the EC2 instance that runs the WordPress application to be externally hosted on AWS S3.