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How to Enable Root Account and Enable Username/password Access in GCP

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By default, Google Compute Engine offers the browser-based Google Cloud Platform Console tool that lets you manage your Google Compute Engine resources through a graphical interface. Use the GCP Console to manage your resources if you prefer using a user-interface through the browser. In the GCP documentation setting up ssh keys  which shows how to set up your own ssh key to access…

Using Portainer to Deploy Guacamole Docker- Web-based Remote Access Gateway

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Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. It has been called clientless gateway because no plugins or client software are required. The utility offers a HTML5 interface that is used to start remote sessions. There is no other special client software need to be installed as long as you have a browser. The following popular protocols are supported, VNC,…

Free Tier VPS Bench Comparison for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

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All of AWS, Azure and Google Cloud are providing some kind of free tier to the users. I am always wondering how those free tier VPS performance looks like. I did some bench work to test them out. Here is the method and result. Bench script: https://github.com/n-st/nench provides a nice bench.sh and a single command for you to run this…

Running WordPress in the Docker of AWS EC2 Instance

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Docker is a technology that allows you to build, run, test, and deploy distributed applications that are based on Linux containers. Docker is available on many different operating systems, including most modern Linux distributions, like Ubuntu, and even Mac OSX and Windows.If you are using Amazon EC2 already, you can launch an instance and install Docker to get started. Youtube…

Install OpenStack – DevStack into Ubuntu 16.04.05 Virtual Machine

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DevStack is an opinionated script to quickly create an OpenStack development environment. It can also be used to demonstrate starting/running OpenStack services and provide examples of using them from a command line. This post is going to present the steps how to install DevStack into a VMware workstation Ubuntu VM. Youtube Video: 1. Prepare Ubuntu VM This Ubuntu Virtual machine…

Red hat Openshift Deploy Image Example – Create V2Ray Server

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Red Hat® OpenShift® is a comprehensive enterprise-grade application platform, built for containers with Kubernetes. It can automate the build, deployment, and management of applications so that you can focus on writing the code for your next big idea. Basically OpenShift is Red Hat’s Cloud platform as a service (PaaS). It provides a free and open source cloud-based platform allows developers…