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15 Jan 2017 SF Linux Users /TechTalk Summit - Creating A Secure Linux Server - Live Demo [59505]
Tuesday, January 20, 2017 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

This month, the SF Linux Users Group topic will be "Creating A Secure Linux Server" - a live demo. We'll hold the meeting in conjunction with a TechTalk Summit event in Boca. In February, we'll be back at NSU.

I'll start with a newly provisioned Linux server in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. We'll leverage the new Lightsail Virtual Private Server (VPS) service from Amazon. For $5/month, you can have a VPS with 512 MB Memory, 1 Core Processor, 20 GB SSD Disk and 1 TB Transfer. That's the smallest of 5 "No-nonsense pricing" servers.

I'll have a laptop hooked up to a projector so that the audience can see the steps taken.

  • Install and update linux
  • Apply linux hardening best practice
  • Set up a DNS entry (I use Godaddy and I have registered the domain southfloridalinuxusers.us)
  • Configure a few apps such as apache, MySQL and wordpress

We'll leave the system running and I'll ask FLUX members to take a stab at breaching the new server over the next month and in the February meeting we'll review and address the results!

Joint Meeting

This will be a joint meeting with TechTalk Summits. They had already planned this event for Boca Raton and they have graciously invited us to join them. They will be picking up the tab for food and drinks.

They have four sponsors for Tuesday's event: Zero, Rubrik, Veeam, and Tegile. Each will give a brief (15 minute), followed by a break then the Linux Demo.
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15 Jan 2017 SF Linux Users /TechTalk Summit - Creating A Secure Linux Server - Live Demo [59516]
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017: 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Arturo's Ristorante

This month, the SF Linux Users Group topic will be "Creating A Secure Linux Server" - a live demo. We'll hold the meeting in conjunction with a TechTalk Summit event in Boca. In February, we'll be back at NSU.

I'll start with a newly provisioned Linux server in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. We'll leverage the new Lightsail Virtual Private Server (VPS) service from Amazon. For $5/month, you can have a VPS with 512 MB Memory, 1 Core Processor, 20 GB SSD Disk and 1 TB Transfer. That's the smallest of 5 "No-nonsense pricing" servers.

I'll have a laptop hooked up to a projector so that the audience can see the steps taken.

  • Install and update linux
  • Apply linux hardening best practice
  • Set up a DNS entry (I use Godaddy and I have registered the domain southfloridalinuxusers.us)
  • Configure a few apps such as apache, MySQL and wordpress

We'll leave the system running and I'll ask FLUX members to take a stab at breaching the new server over the next month and in the February meeting we'll review and address the results!

Joint Meeting

This will be a joint meeting with TechTalk Summits. They had already planned this event for Boca Raton and they have graciously invited us to join them. They will be picking up the tab for food and drinks.

They have four sponsors for Tuesday's event: Zero, Rubrik, Veeam, and Tegile. Each will give a brief (15 minute), followed by a break then the Linux Demo.
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13 Jan 2017 The Impact of Swapping on MySQL Performance [59684]
By Peter Zaitsev , January 13th, 2017

Peter blogs, "In this blog, I'll look at the impact of swapping on MySQL performance.

It's common sense that when you're running MySQL (or really any other DBMS) you don't want to see any I/O in your swap space. Scaling the cache size (using innodb_buffer_pool_size in MySQL's case) is standard practice to make sure there is enough free memory so swapping isn't needed.

But what if you make some mistake or miscalculation, and swapping happens? How much does it really impact performance? This is exactly what I set out to investigate..."
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11 Jan 2017 Oracle GoldenGate for MySQL is Certified on Amazon Aurora Database [59682]
By Jinyu Wang, January 11th, 2017

Jinyu blogs, "Oracle GoldenGate for MySQL 12.2 is now certified on delivering to Amazon Aurora database. With this certification, Oracle GoldenGate users can use Oracle GoldenGate to deliver data to Amazon Aurora databases, including Aurora DB Cluster..."
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10 Jan 2017 MySQL Connector/C 6.1.9 GA has been released [59685]
By Piotr Obrzut, January 10th, 2017

Piotr blogs, "A new GA (general availability) version of MySQL Connector/C has been made available: MySQL Connector/C 6.1.9 GA. The MySQL Connector/C provides a C API for connecting client applications to the MySQL Server 5.5 or newer...

MySQL Connector C (Commercial) will be available for download on the My Oracle Support (MOS) website. This release will be available on eDelivery (OSDC) in next month's upload cycle..."
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