Using a single command, we can easily upload any files from our computers or servers to a web server. Then our friends or colleagues can download them directly from web browsers. Isn’t that cool?
Worry about the security? We can encrypt files before transfer. Also we can claim the maxinum downloads of those files, or expire download link in several days.
Here we go! transfer.sh: easy and fast file sharing from the command-line. Zero Initial Setup and Super Easy to use.
If you are in China or temporarily visit China, it’s hard to open webistes like Google, Gmail, Youtube. Even Slideshare! Internet Censorship is fine. But… I strongly insist developers should have the rights to access. To do a better job.
Here I provide a free VPN service. The password will be rotated monthly. Also I’ve added an extra 400 ms latency, in case too much YouTube watching. Sorry poor Linode VM can’t afford it. It should be good for temporary use. Right?
You can setup your own service easily. Just rent a VM, and follow the easy instruction in below.
For DevOps, installation is one of our major tasks. People may wonder package installation is pretty straight-forward and easy now. Just run commands like apt-get, yum, brew, etc. Or simply leave it to containers.
Is it really that easy? Here is a list of headache and hidden costs. Discuss with us, DevOps gurus!
Like most versatile engineers, we host websites of side projects in EC2 or DigitalOcean. It might be Boostrap, php, python, nodejs, or anything charming.
We definitely want to have a quick setup, and keep routine maintenance minimum. Here are some pratical tips. Check it out!
Apparently process checking is critical. Yes, we already have tons of linux tools and tips available. Getting familiar with your weapons is actually the first step, and the easiest part.
More importantly, what questions you ask, what for, when approaching your critical process. Fortunately even with plain common sense, we can dig out lots of valuable information.