This is a simple setup to authenticate Linux/UNIX users against an OpenLDAP server. Basicaly this setup is enableing us to create a common user database that will be use as a SSO.
In this article, we can find out, how to configure digest authentication for httpd 2.4 in CentOS 7.
How do we mix the Comodo certificate to be used with Apache, HAproxy, Pound or any other webserver or load balancer?
How to encode end encrypt files.
A small and helpfull collections of certificate and private key OpenSSL commands.
With this filter we’ll be able to block unwanted access on POP3 server.
What are nested stacks? For example, we have three cloudformation:
- One template that is creating the VPC.
- One template that is creating the security group.
- One template that is creating one EC2 instance.
- One template that is creating the RDS cluster.
With this tutorial, you will be able to add a new drive to your existing EC2 instance.