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Hey! I'm Darshana, a Linux / DevOps Engineer and also a contributor to FOSS Linux. I enjoy working on various kind of Linux distributions and cloud technologies. During my free time, I love to swim and hike across nature trails. Linux is my love and I'm here to share all my learnings with all of you! Hope you enjoyed reading my article.
At FOSS Linux, we are focused on open-source apps, so in this tutorial, we are going to install and configure the Oddo community version on CentOS.
Docker is a containerization technology designed to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers —from hybrid cloud to the edge. This tutorial provides you fully tested step-by-step guide on installation the Docker on your Ubuntu system.
Prometheus is an open-source toolkit initially built at SoundCloud for monitoring and alerting. It collects metrics from monitored targets by scrapping HTTP endpoints on those targets.
OwnCloud is free to download and install on your private servers without paying to service providers. In this article, we will help you install and configure ownCloud on your Ubuntu machine. This tutorial is thoroughly tested on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Are you looking for an IT monitoring solution that free and open source? Check_MK Server is one of the best monitoring system out there that was started originally as an extension to the Nagios monitoring system. Here we are going to install and configure the CRE version (Check_MK Raw Edition) which is open-source and 100% free.
In this tutorial, we shall provide you a guide on installing and configuring Zabbix on CentOS system. Before that let's take a look at the prerequisites. Zabbix is an open-source monitoring software used for collecting metrics from various devices and systems such as networks devices, VM systems, Linux/Windows systems, and cloud services. Zabbix can send notification alerts of issues in any monitored system.