As part of the main preparation process for a Linux based vApp this article is following up with the steps on how to install OpenSSH Server on a...
Welcome to the Deployment blog section of domalab.com. It covers configuration and best practices around different solutions in the market.
In this section you can find easy “howto articles” on how to install and setup several types of applications and solutions organised by vendor or category.
Follow these steps to reproduce different configurations in your home lab for testing and learning about the different setup options.
Articles in Deployment blog cover the following scenarios and more:
– AvePoint DocAve platform
– ClearOS firewall
– IBM Lotus QuickR, IBM TSM
– Linux Ubuntu, Linux CentOS, Linux RedHat, Linux SUSE
– Microsoft Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365, SharePoint, SQL Server, Windows Server
– Utilities like hMailServer, mRemoteNG, DrawIO and many more
The aim of this section is about learning and reproducing about different scenarios in a home lab trying to simulate production environments.
All the articles follow a simple format. They provide screenshots and text supporting the configurations along with examples. Within the articles also the link to pertinent resources and website where to download the latest versions of the products.
More importantly this blog wants to share with the Community. Any feedback and comments are appreciated along with suggestions for new topics and configurations we can try in our home lab.
Do you want to cover more in this Deployment blog section? Contact me and will be more than happy to add even more solutions we can test in our home lab!
Feel free to pick articles from this page or browse the relevant sections.
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