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Windows Server – Creating GPT Volumes In The AWS Cloud

One of our customers used the AWS cloud platform to host their Windows-based development server. This server was equipped with an electronic design automation (EDA) software that demanded significant system resources and storage capacity. Initially, the Windows boot volume was provisioned with 2TB of storage. However, over time, as the EDA software consumed increasingly more […]

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How to Set Up a Site-to-Site VPN between AWS and DigitalOcean Platforms

Are your workloads spread across multiple cloud platforms to optimize costs and improve flexibility? While this approach has its benefits, it can create disadvantages when it comes to securely exchanging data between applications. That’s where site-to-site VPNs come in. Site-to-site VPNs provide a secure communication channel between remote sites over the internet. By using existing

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Secure Your Cloud Server: Tips and Best Practices for Effective Security

In today’s world, cloud-based servers have become essential to businesses. However, with the increasing reliance on cloud computing, cyber-attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated. In this article, we will discuss how to protect a cloud-based Linux server from various security threats. Use Strong Passwords – The first step in securing a Linux server is to

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The Pros and Cons of Kubernetes: A Guide for Business Owners

Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto standard for container orchestration, providing a highly available, scalable, fault-tolerant environment for running containers. We will explore the benefits and drawbacks of Kubernetes and help you determine whether it is the right fit for your business. What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates containerized

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Zabbix Server – Listing the Top Linux Processes

Zabbix is an enterprise-class open-source software tool to monitor IT infrastructure such as networks, servers, virtual machines, and cloud services. At Server Pundits, we use Zabbix software to monitor the server’s health, such as CPU, memory, storage usage…etc. The default Zabbix server configuration does not show the top processes sorted based on CPU/memory usage within the Linux

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Generate SSH Key in Windows

It is common to log in to the cloud servers using a username and password-based authentication. But if you configure a weak password within the cloud servers, hackers may be able to gain access to your servers by performing a brute force attack. Many of our customers were surprised to see the number of failed

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