Monthly Archives: January 30, 2017

FUEL – A POPULAR SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT TOOL

In the modern world, continuous deployments are required for software production. With prominent industries around us, Openstack has a definite potential to stay. Openstack is an open source platform that lets you combine computing, networking and storage systems within a single platform. The cloud based system is well appreciated as it is designed for horizontal… Read more »

Before choosing a Gaming server

With innovation in technology online games are now challenging traditional games like Cricket and Football, when it comes to popularity. Both kids and grownups can play online games using smartphones or computers against anyone from any part of the world. Yes, online gaming has come of ages. When creative game developers are looking for innovative… Read more »

INFLUXDB – TIME SERIES DATABASE

You must be aware of different types of databases. Here, let’s discuss about time-series database. This software is used for handling time series data. It can be used to store log and sensor data indexed over time. With the arrival of internet of things, logging of events is required across multiple applications. A number of… Read more »

OSIRIS for web portals via P2P

Osiris Serverless Portal System commonly known as Osiris sps or Osiris, is a program used to create web portals via peer to peer networking (P2P) and autonomous centralized servers. Osiris is available for Linux Operating Systems and Microsoft Windows. For publishing information on the internet like blogs, content management systems or forums the data of… Read more »

Now Vim comes with a change

Mr. Bill Joy, the co-founder of Sun Microsystems and BSD Unix, founded Vim after he failed to find a text editor tool in 1976. Emacs which was available then simply couldn’t meet his needs. When people with less technical knowledge rely on graphical interface of text editors, program developers prefer Vim or Emacs text editor… Read more »

Virtualization: A necessity in modern hosting

Mainframe computers launched in the late 1950s are considered as the pioneers of Virtualization. Although virtualization has considerably advanced over the last 60 years, the driving need for this technology was always relevant from then. Its importance lies in the fact that, IT professionals always prefer controlled, secured and centralized management of computing environments in… Read more »

WebRTC for multiple tasks

Real-time web communication plays a major role in the digital world. It can be used for multiple tasks but peer-to-peer audio and video communication is the notable feature. In 2011, Google has declared browser based real time communication (WebRTC) as their open source project. Earlier, the user needs to create an account and download special… Read more »

The most powerful pfSense firewall

There are two types of firewalls in use. One is for system / server to control the users, services, ports, packets etc., and the other one is meant to control interactions between the system/server and another network. When you are connected with an external network the role of firewall is so crucial. Nowadays, every network… Read more »

Dirty COW Vulnerability

More internet challenges are sprouting up as technology is sharpening its focus. One of the recently reported bugs is the privilege alteration or dirty COW vulnerability in the Linux kernel. The vulnerability emanates from the Resource Optimisation Strategy and Copy-on-write (COW) of the Kernel’s memory handler; hence it is termed as dirty COW [CVE-2016-5195. The… Read more »

HOSTING FOR FREE

Free is a word that can attract all categories of customers. No matter how trivial the offerings are ‘Free’ can catch instant attention. For a beginner, Free Hosting Service is one of the few chances to seize, and is a perfect alternative for those amateur webmasters. What is Free Hosting? Free Hosting is a service… Read more »

Apache Sparking for Fast Computing

Apache Spark is known for cluster computing designed for lightning fast computing. Although it is built on Hadoop MapReduce, it extends the MapReduce model to efficiently use more types of computations like Interactive Queries and Stream Processing. It also functions as a tutorial that explains the basics of Spark Core programming. The main feature of… Read more »