Resources, Articles, Tricks, and Solutions in connection to Server Management Service

How To use Systemd to Sandbox Processes On Ubuntu 20 04

This article will guide you how to #Sandbox #Processes on Ubuntu 20.04 with Systemd for Lighttpd using different methods. Here we made the #lighttpd program more secure by using the #systemd sandboxing options. You can use these techniques with any process that systemd manages allowing you to continue to improve the #security of your system.

#Sandboxing is designed to prevent #threats from getting on the #network and is frequently used to inspect untested or untrusted code.

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Monitor Azure virtual machines with RDP

This article will guide you on how to monitor virtual #machines #RDP using Azure.
You can View performance directly from an Azure VM:
1. In the #Azure portal, select Virtual Machines.
2. From the list, choose a #VM and in the #Monitoring section choose Insights.
3. Select the #Performance tab.

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Zabbix Single Sign-On SSO Authentication in Active Directory

This article will guide you on how to set #Zabbix : Single Sign-On (#SSO) Authentication in #Active Directory which helps users authenticate the Zabbix frontpage without entering credentials.
Users and resources are added to the directory service for central management and ADDS works with authentication protocols like #NTLM and #Kerberos. Thus, users that belong to ADDS can authenticate from their #machines and get access to others #systems that integrate with ADDS. This is a form of Single Sign-on.

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How to Provision docker containers with Ansible

This article will guide you on how to provision docker #containers using Ansible. #Ansible seamlessly automates #Docker and the process of building and deploying containers.
Ansible Container will allow users to build, #deploy, and orchestrate containers at scale, all from Ansible playbooks.

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Using Cron to Automate Tasks on CentOS 8

This article will guide you on the steps to set up #Cron job on #CentOS 8 to help automate #tasks. Cron is a #clock daemon, whose name originates from #Chronos, the Greek word for time. It enables users to automate the execution of #commands, scripts (a group of commands) or programs at specified time intervals.
The simplest way to validate that cron tried to run the #job is to simply check the appropriate log file; the log files however can be different from system to system. In order to determine which log file contains the cron #logs we can simply check the occurrence of the word cron in the log files within /var/log .

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Steps to Install GoAccess on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on how to #Install GoAccess on Ubuntu which is a command-line tool and how to use it for analyzing server #logs.
With #GoAccess, you are able to #SSH into any web server you control and view or analyze relevant statistics quickly and securely. Apart from the command-line dashboard interface, it's also capable of displaying the #statistics in other formats such as HTML, JSON, and CSV, which you can use in other contexts or share with others.

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