David Clinton

Linux System Administrator and Technology Content Provider: technology books and courseware

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How to use dd in Linux without destroying your disk
opensource.comArticle
How to use dd in Linux without destroying your disk
July, 5 2018
How you can use OpenVPN to safely access private AWS resources
medium.freecodecamp.orgArticle
How you can use OpenVPN to safely access private AWS resources
June, 12 2018
Cleaning up after Spectre and Meltdown: figuring out how badly they slowed down your servers
hackernoon.comArticle
Cleaning up after Spectre and Meltdown: figuring out how badly they slowed down your servers
March, 27 2018
An in-depth introduction to Docker on AWS – freeCodeCamp
medium.freecodecamp.orgArticle
An in-depth introduction to Docker on AWS – freeCodeCamp
March, 12 2018
How to create a virtual IT workspace – freeCodeCamp
medium.freecodecamp.orgArticle
How to create a virtual IT workspace – freeCodeCamp
March, 9 2018
Tips for top: Monitoring CPU load on Linux
opensource.comArticle
Tips for top: Monitoring CPU load on Linux
March, 5 2018
Securing your Linux web server – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
Securing your Linux web server – Hacker Noon
February, 20 2018
Chroot: the magical healing powers of the original Linux virtualization tool
hackernoon.comArticle
Chroot: the magical healing powers of the original Linux virtualization tool
February, 12 2018
How to approach learning a new technology – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
How to approach learning a new technology – Hacker Noon
February, 5 2018
Securing your network connections using OpenVPN – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
Securing your network connections using OpenVPN – Hacker Noon
January, 3 2018
Penetration testing: choosing the right (Linux) tool stack to fix your broken IT security
hackernoon.comArticle
Penetration testing: choosing the right (Linux) tool stack to fix your broken IT security
November, 15 2017
AWS just announced a move from Xen towards KVM. So what is KVM?
medium.comArticle
AWS just announced a move from Xen towards KVM. So what is KVM?
November, 13 2017
Would you hire a junior Linux admin with these skills?
hackernoon.comArticle
Would you hire a junior Linux admin with these skills?
November, 7 2017
High Availability: Concepts and Theory – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
High Availability: Concepts and Theory – Hacker Noon
October, 23 2017
The Ubuntu Recovery Menu: demystifying Linux system recovery
hackernoon.comArticle
The Ubuntu Recovery Menu: demystifying Linux system recovery
October, 10 2017
AWS AMIs: another way to roll your own Linux distros
hackernoon.comArticle
AWS AMIs: another way to roll your own Linux distros
September, 28 2017
A brief overview and history of systemd — the Linux process manager
hackernoon.comArticle
A brief overview and history of systemd — the Linux process manager
September, 15 2017
VirtualBox: Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth? – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
VirtualBox: Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth? – Hacker Noon
June, 5 2017
Too Many Choices: how to pick the right tool to manage your Docker clusters
hackernoon.comArticle
Too Many Choices: how to pick the right tool to manage your Docker clusters
May, 10 2017
Linux Server Virtualization: the basics – Hacker Noon
hackernoon.comArticle
Linux Server Virtualization: the basics – Hacker Noon
April, 21 2017
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About
David Clinton is a writer who has produced content for opensource.com, hackernoon.com, and medium.freecodecamp.org
Key Phrases
Operating System, Hacker Noon, Open Source, Manning Book, Amazon Web, High Availability, Linux Virtualization, Operating Systems, Virtual Machine, Web Services
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