Linux FAQ resource and tutorials

This blog features Linux FAQs, hands-on tips and detailed tutorials on Linux software, Linux networking, security, virtualization and cloud computing.

Boost BGP Network Performance by 42% - [Free Demo]

Noction Intelligent Routing Platform (IRP) is a state-of-the-art network management solution specifically designed for multi-homed BGP network environments. IRP allows network administrators to fine-tune traffic routes to improve network throughput performnce, minimize network latency and packet loss, and bypass temporary network congestion and outages. In many cases, IRP results in reduced operating cost due to reduced need for engineering efforts from automated network management, as well as bandwith cost saving from intelligent traffic load balancing.

How to improve the security of Magento e-commerce website

Magento is an e-commerce software platform used by small businesses and leading brands, and its community edition is a freely available open-source program. Thanks to the huge collection of third-party developed plugins and themes which extend the default functionality and design, Magento is evolving into the WordPress of the e-commerce industry. However, the growing popularity […]
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How to validate JSON from the command line on Linux

Due to its syntactic simplicity and flexibility, JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) has become pretty much the de-facto standard data exchange format used in many web applications. As JSON becomes widely used to represent structured data with a great degree of flexibility, the need arises for being able to “validate” JSON representations. Thus there came something […]
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How to monitor OpenFlow messages with packet sniffer

As a key enabler for software-defined networking (SDN), OpenFlow was initially introduced in the academia as a way to enable innovation on production networks which had traditionally been built with closed and proprietary networking hardware. OpenFlow offloads the high-level routing/forwarding decisions (control plane) from networking devices such as switches, and moves the control plane on […]
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How to access Amazon Cloud Drive from the command line on Linux

In today’s online retail market dominated by cut throat competitions, one player stands in the forefront, leaving the pack far behind, and that is Amazon. Amazon has been judiciously expanding its business model to satisfy consumer appetites, and I think Amazon Prime membership lies in the center of its expanding business model. Starting out as […]
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