My notes on AWS essentials course

Recently I took a 6 hours AWS essentials course provided freely by Linux Academy on Udemy. Even though that I had some experiences with AWS, I decided to take note of some important concepts for my future references and then decided to publish it here so anyone can benefit from. …

Running Jenkins in local, what I learned

Jenkins is an open source automation server written in Java and is highly valuable when it comes to Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). I started to explore more about Jenkins in the recent months, even though previously I was its end-user. It is quite amazing and there are …

How to manage multiple Openshift accounts using rhc

Openshift is one of the best PaaS from my point of view. In comparison with Heroku, Openshift I believe has upper hand and much superiority, particularly in CLI tool, ssh facility, and most importantly huge numbers of offered frameworks. Therefore, it totally makes sense to have different account for different …