Remote Access to a Public Jupyter Notebook Server

Jupyter Notebook is a great way to share documents with other collaborators (e.g. team members) to collaborate on analytic use cases. Of course, it is not only limited to that: The Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. […]

Getting psql Utility on Windows CLI

I recently had to connect to a Postgres database on the network to perform some simple administrative tasks. However, the Windows machine I had did not have Postgres installed. As I only needed the “psql” utility to connect and query the database, and not the entire database engine, I was reluctant to install Postgres on […]

Drill Down into CentOS/RHEL Base Environment and Add-Ons Software Package Groups

At the Installation Summary Screen of CentOS7/RHEL7 (GUI mode), you can click on the Software Selection option to choose pre-defined groups of software packages to install with the operating system. These pre-defined groups are expressed in the form of a Base Environments, and their related Add-Ons. Each pre-defined group of software packages are related to […]

Basic Linux Certification

I was initially confused between the different types of certifications when I first decided to get a Linux competency certification. I had been doing several sysadmin tasks as part of my work and thought of expanding my knowledge to do a more efficient job of it. Hopefully this guide will help. While there are many […]