A colleague of mine approached me recently and asked me why anyone would own their own hardware in 2023. Specifically, because the cloud is "limitless" (pro tip it's not :) ), and cheaper. Owning servers and using cloud computing are two popular options for businesses to store, manage, and process their data.
TL;DR Install [https://gist.github.com/jgavinray/0f76a01a2331abeb92a1d5a838eec7f7], Uninstall [https://gist.github.com/jgavinray/46bb28a94a5eeb1e72c0e335a4c0c2bb] At home I enjoy running a bare metal Kubernetes [https://kubernetes.io/] cluster that I use as a lab for running various experiments. One of the challenges that I have in particular with this
I had a family member reach out to me this week after after she had been repeatedly contacted by various people asking for personal details like social security number, credit card information, bank account details, etc. All callers issued various threats that if they did not provide the requested information
TL;DR - Look at this gist [https://gist.github.com/jgavinray/e7d346748fc5a1bda8f99a92711a1164] Last year I was introduced to plex [https://www.plex.tv/] software. I was really excited about the idea of converting my now seemingly ancient DVD collection into digital files so I can watch movies, and television
Introduction This is the second article in the in a series that presents an opinionated and hopefully simple way to protect your online accounts. To see the motivation as to why I'm writing this article, please see the previous article. The Web Browser Choice Continuing with the opinionated approach, we