As mentioned earlier, I have been a Ubuntu and Mac user in the past a few years, but now I am using Windows 10 which is the standard OS of my new job. I like the package managers in *nix world, e.g. apt in Ubuntu, yum in CentOS/RHEL, and homebrew in Mac, and I would … Continue reading Chocolatey – Package Manager for Windows
I just started a new job this week, and the standard machine is HP EliteBook with touchscreen and Windows 10. I have been a Ubuntu and Mac user in the past couple of years, may be it is a good time for me to familiarise with the new Windows OS. I was told by many … Continue reading 3 steps to run Ubuntu in Windows 10
Continue with part one, I will show you the details of the CICD scripts and also the Bamboo plan. Lets start with the CICD scripts, it can be found in my OpenShift-CICD repository on GitHub. The key parts are two OpenShift configuration files: build.yaml and deploy.yaml. The script is to make a copy from the template … Continue reading CICD on OpenShift Part Two
If you are interested to have a high level overview of all your AWS accounts status (security, cost, performance, limits and fault tolerance), then it might be worth checking out my new tool AWS One Page Advisor . It is can aggregate the results of trusted advisor checks across multiple AWS accounts into one html page. Here … Continue reading AWS One Page Advisor
As mentioned in my previous blog New to AWS GuardDuty? I have been working on open sourcing the tool that I wrote for internal use. Now it is public available on my GitHub: AWS GuardDuty Manager Description AWS GuardDuty Manager (GDM) is a tool that allows you to perform some common GuardDuty tasks (start, stop and … Continue reading AWS GuardDuty Manager
The blog title explains the main reason that I started the open source project CertStuff If you are not familiar with the Google proposal, here are some quotes that I found on the Symantec website: On July 27, 2017, Google posted a time-sensitive plan regarding Symantec-issued TLS server certificates. There are critical dates that will impact your … Continue reading Google Proposal of trust in existing Symantec-issued Certificates
If you are new to AWS GuardDuty, FAQ is the best place to start from. I am currently working on a GuardDuty relevant project, and here are some bullets that I quickly summarised. Hope it is useful to you. GuardDuty is AWS managed continuous thread detection service. It detects the threads by analysing the VPC Flow … Continue reading New to AWS GuardDuty?