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How to install and configure Prometheus on CentOS 7

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.

How to install and configure ownCloud on CentOS 7

OwnCloud is a popular client-server software for creating and using file hosting services. Using it, one can create a private cloud server instead of relying on paid services like Dropbox, OneDrive, pCloud, etc..

How to flush DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS

DNS (Domain Name Service) is responsible for mapping a website name into the respective IP. In this tutorial, we will show you how to flush your DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS operating systems in easy and clear steps.

Install and configure Check_MK Server on CentOS 7

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.

How to install GNOME GUI on CentOS

In this article, we're going to explain how can the GNOME GUI can be installed on CentOS minimal version. Since the interface is CLI mode, this is only going to be a bunch of simple terminal commands. GNOME is a part of the GNU project and is a very simple DE that focuses on ease of usage and elegance.

How to install and configure Grafana on CentOS 7

Grafana is an open-source metric analytics and visualization software. It is a feature-rich metrics dashboard suite that is used widely as a graph editor...

How to install and configure Zabbix on CentOS 7

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.

How to install and configure Cacti on CentOS 7

Cacti is an open source network and system monitoring graphing tool. It is used to get a graph for network bandwidth utilization, CPU /Load, RAM, and as such. In addition to that, it monitors the network traffic by polling a router or switch via SNMP. This tutorial shows how to install it on CentOS.