Recently we decided to move away from VMWare ESXi because we want to scale out but don't want to buy expensive licenses just for virtualization. We evaluated different solutions and got stuck with Proxmox and it's KVM virtualization. We have always used Debian-based VMs so KVM was a logical decision.
Introduction Some time ago i've written about test-driven development, or TDD, for shell scripts using shunit2 and Travis-CI. This time i want to show you how you can further enhance your shell script testing capabilities with two useful tools for static analysis and style checking. TL;DR For anyone who
TL;DR Today a new SSL/TLS vulnerability has been made public which uses the old EXPORT ciphers to drive MITM (Man-in-the-middle) Attacks. Detailed information? You can find much more detailed information about that vulnerability at Matthew D. Green's Blog and at Akamai. The check for all of you! I've
When encountering problems in a production environment it is sometimes hard to recreate the issue locally or in a test system. Some issues are actually depending on very specific runtime conditions while others arise from the combination of entries in the database. Generating the right test data is not always