Access AWS Redis through Encrypted Communication Channel

8 months, 2 weeks ago DevOps

At Amazon ElastiCache for Redis, we can enable in-transit encryption (TLS) while creating a Redis replication group. The engine version must be 3.2.6, 4.0.10 or later. This is the only requirement. But the fun fact is, it isn't possible to access the Redis through redis-cli. To access the data in Redis, we have to use clients that work with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS). But redis-cli neither supports SSL nor TLS.

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Hide secrets in Terraform

9 months, 2 weeks ago DevOps, Security

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the new buzzword in the city. DevOps Engineers have become crazy and are writing code to launch their infrastructure on the cloud. Terraform has just pushed that craziness to the next level. This tool has become very famous for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure. In fact, it has been the safest and the most efficient way of managing large infrastructure.

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Git Cheat Sheet - The Ultimate Guide

1 year, 3 months ago DevOps, Programming

Git is a free and opensource version control system. Surely, we have more VCS like Bazaar, Mercurial, and SVN. But Git is the most popular and widely used VCS. It is another creation of Linus Torvalds. He created it in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel. In software development, it is used for source code management, especially for tracking changes. 

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Install TURN server in Ubuntu

1 year, 4 months ago DevOps, Ubuntu

TURN Server is a VoIP media traffic NAT traversal server and gateway. Traversal Using Relays around NAT is called TURN in short. According to Wikipedia, it is a protocol that assists in the traversal of network address translators or firewalls for multimedia applications. You can assume it as a relay point.

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Why should I choose Linux over Windows, for Python programming?

1 year, 6 months ago FAQ, Programming, Python, Ubuntu

I was asked this question on Quora. Normally I don't like to fight for operating systems. I believe every OS is awesome in there own way. Different people have different needs. It's one of the sweetest reasons for why we have so many operating systems on our planet. So I have just tried to share my own thoughts on why I am using Linux for Python programming. Please correct me if I make any wrong statement.

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