Tape backup technology became popular in the early 1960s. IBM pioneered the technology, creating the first tape libraries and introducing tape media for data backup into the public domain.
Today, many organizations, governments, and professional institutions still rely on tape backup for legacy systems; however, the use of tapes is rapidly declining. This decline has been hastened by the surge in cloud computing, with many tech firms adopting flexible cloud backup solutions.
A hosting service provider may tend to focus more on standardized packages or on its ability to customize and provide highly specialized service on a case-by-case basis. When a provider is known for its central attention to customization and creating unique systems to meet the challenges of organizations one at a time, they will often have to find ways to problem-solve sophisticated technical issues of their clients.
Parse Server is a free and open-source Backend-as-a-Service platform developed by Facebook. It is written in Node.js and can be used for any application running Node.js. Parse Server comes with a simple and easy-to-use web interface that can be used for data manipulation, to view analytics, and to schedule and send push notifications.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Parse Server on Ubuntu 20.04.
WordPress is a free, open-source, and widely used content management system. However, setting up a new web hosting environment with WordPress can be a time-consuming process. Docker simplifies the whole process with a few commands that reduce the time and effort needed for installation. Docker is an open-source containerization application built to develop, test, and run multiple applications on the same machine. It is very useful for developers to create a test environment without wasting server space and memory.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install WordPress with Docker on Ubuntu 20.04.
Cockpit is a free and open-source remote management software sponsored by Red Hat. It provides a web-based interface to manage and monitor a Linux-based server through a web browser. It runs on several operating systems, including Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, RHEL, and Arch Linux. With Cockpit, you can perform server management tasks remotely, such as manage services, create user accounts, monitor system, configure networks, inspect log, system update, manage firewall, domain management, setup OpenVPN, and many more. It also supports Kubernetes and Openshift cluster. Cockpit also provides graphs and easy-to-use forms to measure system performance and make changes to your systems.
In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Cockpit on Debian 10.
Bitwarden is a free and open-source password manager that can be used to store passwords for any device and browser. Bitwarden helps you to not only create and manage your passwords but also sync them across all devices. It offers several client applications including mobile apps, a CLI, a web interface, browser extensions, and desktop applications.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the Bitwarden Password Manager on Ubuntu 20.04 server.
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