Terraform First Impressions

Hello dear readers! It's been a while since I wrote some stuff over here. So it's about time. This time I'll write about AWS and Terraform! Overview Terraform offers a modularized way to deploy your infrastructure. It offers a lot of providers that you can leverage in order to deploy on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and …

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SSH Connection Manager in Linux – Perl Auto Connector

Hello everyone, Recently I found an awesome piece of software that can save you tons of time if you connect to several hosts through SSH from Linux. In Windows, there are several choices like Putty CM (dead) or SuperPutty, which let you store connection data and connect to a host simply by double-clicking on the …

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Oracle Learning Library and Massive Open Online Courses – Free as in beer!

Hello everyone, This is a very short post regarding Oracle Online Training for Free... Yes, as in beer! There's a new training mode for Oracle enthusiasts. It covers from Java to the Oracle Cloud, including everything in between, including Database, SQL, PL/SQL and other topics. There are permanent courses and MOOCs. Massive Open Online Course …

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MySQL 5.7 on Fedora 25/26 from scratch

Hello fellow DBAs, tech enthusiasts and anybody who wants to know how to install MySQL 5.7 on Fedora 25/26 or any equivalent RPM based Linux distro.   Installing the Repo Let's start by installing the dummy package that gives us access to the MySQL Community repo using the following command: # dnf -y install https://dev.mysql.com/get/mysql57-community-release-fc25-9.noarch.rpm

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