I hope this finds you well and in a happy mood since the start of Spring. Today, I am pleased to announce the release of the BSD Magazine issue. I hope it will bring lots of joy, happiness, and fulfilment to you. This is also a special time for those who are waiting for Easter celebration like me. I am optimistic that the holiday period brings hope and faith to sustain us in the coming days. Thus, take delight during this period. If any question arises in your mind during or after reading the articles, please feel free to contact me. We hope you enjoy reading this issue and develop your new skills with our magazine!
Thank you and Happy Easter,
Ewa & the BSD team
Ewa & The BSD Team
This column presents the latest news coverage of breaking news, events, product releases, and trending topics from the BSD sector.
How to Manage Multiple Perl 6 Installations with Rakudobrew
Perl 6 is a language in the Perl family. It is very feature rich and oriented to several programming paradigms, including the Object Oriented one. Rakudobrew is a tool that helps in installing and managing different installations of a runnable Perl 6 environment, and offers an easy way to get a Perl 6 instance on a machine.
Quickstart with Kubernetes and GKE (Part 1/2)
This article will discuss how to deploy a simple docker application on Google GKE. Readers will be able to deploy any application public available on docker hub on GKE, taking many advantages from that platform, like high availability using several data-centers and unlimited scalability.
Kubernetes..! Era of Innovation
Moustafa Nabil El-Zeny
Today, I am going to resume my speech about OpenShift, K8S, Containers, Orchestrators, etc. When you intend to dive deeper into the Container Orchestration world, you should ask yourself a set of questions... what, which, why and where?
Open vSwitch Overview
Open vSwitch (OVS) is an open source software-defined networking solution to deliver software data center infrastructure as a service functionality for today’s cloud-based paradigms. OVS was built and based upon Stanford University’s OpenFlow project. OVS functions both as a router and switch. Therefore, it is also referred to as a multilayer switch by examining content from the Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model encompassing Layers 2 through Layer 7.
How to Add a New System Tunable to FreeBSD
FreeBSD comes out of the box with several system tunable parameters for each of its
subsystems. There’s a system tunable for virtual memory, file systems, I/O,
networking, etc. We will learn how to customize them and also create our own
Caddy Web Server On FreeBSD
Caddy is an open source, middleware, secure, HTTP/2-enabled web server written in Go programming language that has been created in 2015. Caddy configuration and initiation is simple and clear and lets you create an HTTPS- enabled website in 5 seconds.
OpenBSD and The State of Gaming
OpenBSD is already well-known for its security strengths, but among its third
party software, it can also be used to entertain the user.
How to Assist the Business World with OTRS?
María Polett Ramos
With the latest chemical attack in the UK that has critically injured two individuals and seriously injured a serving police officer, what are the geopolitical, media, and technical implications of this latest outrage?
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