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AWS S3 Read-Only IAM Policy for specific User

In this short tutorial called AWS S3 Read-Only IAM Policy for specific User or User Group we will be guiding you how to create and manage AWS IAM Policies for specific AWS S3 Buckets, these policies can be later applied to any IAM Users or IAM User Groups having just Read-Only permissions. AWS S3 is a great storage service but managed in conjunction with AWS IAM can become a very powerful tool giving us the freedom and the amazing ability to tweak all needed permissions in such a way to only allow specific users or user groups to only read […]

Category: AWS | Published: 23/07/2019 | Updated: 10/08/2019

NGiNX Traffic Split

NGiNX traffic split or traffic distribution can be very handy in various user cases, for example this can be used to improve security for our websites or web applications. In this particular tutorial we will show you how to make use of this great feature that comes with NGiNX by implementing a simple solution for traffic distribution in order to protect our backend web applications or maybe a websites by simply using two individual backend upstreams. Same traffic management principle using NGiNX, explained below, can be used for various other backend services and solutions within various stacks. Table of contents […]

Category: Security | Published: 03/07/2019 | Updated: 12/08/2019

Access MySQL without password

Access MySQL without password locally may be sometimes needed and quite handy for various reasons like for example if you are a very passionate database developer or just occasionally doing DBA stuff and you desperately need to quickly access a specific database or table, can be quite annoying to type in your username and password each time you are using the console. In this very short tutorial we’ll talk about how to access MySQL without using a password locally via terminal window. We have tested this method using MySQL version 5.6 and 5.7 based on CentOS 7 operating system but […]

Category: MySQL | Published: 10/08/2018 | Updated: 05/11/2018

Create MySQL slave by cloning

In this tutorial called create MySQL slave by cloning we’ll try to guide you through a very detailed but in the same time simple process to create a MySQL slave, also known as MySQL replica, by using a fresh backup taken from an existing MySQL server referred here as MySQL master server. Assuming that our master database is 11TB large we’ll have to copy its data content from US, where the master server is located to another server located in a UK data centre, not quite an easy task with this amount of data or without using a costly commercial […]

Category: MySQL | Published: 06/07/2018 | Updated: 05/11/2018