Content tagged as 'Esxi'

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Installation and Hardening of Debian Web Server

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These are the steps I took to set-up and harden a Debian web server before being placed into a DMZ and undergoing additional hardening before opening the port from the WWW to it. Most of the steps below are fairly simple to do, and in doing so, remove a good portion of the low hanging fruit for nasty entities wanting to gain a foot-hold on your server->network.

Bare-metal Hypervisor Setup Evaluation

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Recently I had the opportunity for work, to carry out some research on what’s in the market in regards to bare-metal hypervisors. The following is the result of an in depth research and deployment project of the following bare-metal hyper-visors. This will enable us to trial the hypervisors out for performance, ease of setup, ease of administration, and ease of use.

Quick walk through, of my UPS library

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Part three of a three part series.

On setting up a UPS solution, to enable clean shutdown of vital network components. In this post, we’ll be reviewing the library that performs the shutting down of our servers.

Preparing APC Smart-UPS 1500 clients

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Part two of a three part series.

Preparing APC Smart-UPS 1500 for Critical Servers

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Part one of a three part series on Setting up a UPS solution, to enable clean shutdown of vital network components. This post is essentially about setting up a Smart-UPS and it’s NMC (Network Management Card), as the project I embarked upon was a little large for a single post.