In the Linux community, there’s constant debate about which distribution is best for your desktop. However, there’s not as much discussion regarding Linux distros for your server. There are many good options for your Linux server project, and in this video Jay discusses his top 6 choices.
Having a dashboard installed on your Linux server can be a great way of enhancing remote management capabilities, as well as getting an overview of its resource usage. In this video, I’ll show you Cockpit which is an awesome management system you can install very easily.
When you need to run Linux commands with elevated privileges, sudo is the tried and true method to run commands as another user (such as root). In this introductory tutorial, we’ll take a look at some of the inner-workings of sudo.
Proxmox Backup Server is a custom Linux distro that you can run on your server to have it serve as a backup endpoint. It integrates quickly and easily with Proxmox Virtual Environment, making it a great solution to back up your virtual machines and containers. In addition to that, it can also be used to store non-VM backups too, so running Proxmox Virtual Environment is NOT a requirement. In this video, I’ll teach you everything you need in order to get started with Proxmox Backup Server.
Be sure to check out the Proxmox Full Course for Virtual Environment here if you haven’t already.
DevOps has changed the way many technology organizations work, by making the administrator the center of the development cycle (rather than an outside resource). In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss DevOps and how it’s changed the landscape.