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Things That Make You Love Machine Learning

Reading Time: 3 minutes This blog is about Machine Learning and its overview. What is Machine? In a simple sentence, we can say that it is the functional system made by humans which follows some steps defined by the person who made it. The system consists of functional properties and this model is called a system architecture model. This is used to perform a particular task that reduces human Continue Reading

How to host your own static website using AWS S3 bucket

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Hi everyone! Today in this blog we’re going to discuss how you can host a static website using an AWS S3 bucket. Static and Dynamic website First of all, before hoping on AWS S3, you might be wondering what is the difference between a static and a dynamic website. Well, a static website is usually written in HTML using CSS and JavaScript. In a Continue Reading

Cloudwatch alarms for memory and disk for AWS Ec2 using Terraform

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi all, in this post we will be going to learn about what are cloudwatch alarms, how to create cloudwatch alarms using terraform as in many use cases we need to provision infrastructure using IAAC(Infrastructure as a code), here terraform. Introduction Alarm:- In AWS we have concept of cloudwatch alarms from where we can track various metric on our ec2. Using alarm we can keep Continue Reading

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Trigger a GitHub action with an HTTP Request

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi folks in this blog we will see how we can Trigger a GitHub action with a HTTP Request using curl command.This is very quick and simple so let’s see how we can Trigger a GitHub action in few easy steps.. First lets see what is curl. Curl Curl stands for client URL. It is a command-line tool that we can easily use to transfer Continue Reading

Deploying app in Elastic Beanstalk using EB CLI

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how to deploy any application in AWS Beanstalk using the EB Command line interface. In my previous blog we have seen how to install EB CLI. So, to follow further steps for deploying an application firstly you need to install its CLI. Do refer my blog for installation: https://blog.knoldus.com/how-to-setup-eb-cli/ So, Let’s get started! Step 1: Check its version Continue Reading

What Is msfvenom? How To Use It?

Reading Time: 3 minutes So when it comes to hacking a system, what basically a newbie hacker can think of. Like listening to the traffic of a particular system without getting noticed. So it needs a payload to be deployed at the target system. There comes the msfvenom. It is a combination of msfpayload and msfencode. It is fast and uses a single instance. Msfvenom contains standard command-line options. Continue Reading

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Introduction to Rdiff-Backup and its installation

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is RDiff Backup RDiff Backup is a Reverse Differential Backup used to back up data from one directory to another, possibly via a network. it is still different. RDiff Backup is written in python, a small C, based on librsync. The Rdiff Backup Target Directory is basically a copy of the Source Directory. Used to back up data and files on a local server Continue Reading

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How to trigger Jenkins job via curl command remotely

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! We actually know various methods to trigger a Jenkins job but in this blog we will see how we can easily trigger a Jenkins job via curl command remotely. This is very quick and simple so let’s see. cURL Curl stands for client URL. It is a command-line tool that we can easily use to transfer data to and from a server. It Continue Reading

Onsite, Remote, Hybrid – How Pandemic Has Transformed Work Life?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Since early 2020, COVID-19 pandemic has created havoc in everyone’s life. It created a new set of unprecedented challenges. Software companies around the world had to immediately switch to the remote working model. Those who could not adapt to this transition lost crucial business. With COVID situation easing in late part of 2021, surveys were rolled out on the preferred mode of working. It Continue Reading

Concurrency and Parallelism In Akka

Reading Time: 3 minutes After going through the previous blogs, we are now familiar with the basics of Akka. Moving forward let us have a look at concurrency and parallelism in Akka actors. Concurrency and parallelism are related concepts, but there are small differences. Message Processing in Akka Actors First, let us have a look at message processing in Akka actors. Akka follows single-threaded illusion. That means each actor Continue Reading

How To Perform UNIT TESTING using Mockito Framework :-

Reading Time: 4 minutes While working on a code we intend to make it functional. But it is equally important that we make sure our code works the way we intended it to. And we can achieve that by witting unit test cases. In this blog, we will cover the same by considering two testing scenarios. First, where the method is independent. Second, where it is dependent on some Continue Reading

How to create an IAM user in your AWS account

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog we will see what is IAM ,why do we need IAM then we will see how we can create an IAM user .So first lets discuss about IAM. What is IAM? IAM stands for Identity and Access Management. It is a global service.IAM enables you to manage access to AWS services and resources in a very secure manner. It is used to Continue Reading

Sonarqube: What it is and why to use it?

Reading Time: 3 minutes SonarQube is a universal tool for static code analysis that has become more or less the industry standard. Keeping code clean, simple, and easy to read is also a lot easier with SonarQube. Have you ever heard of SonarQube? Would you like to know What it is? And how to use it? And its benefits to the production phase of software development. Then you are Continue Reading