AD Authenticated CIFS (Samba) w/ CentOS/Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

There are many guides, cheat sheets, and white papers on authenticating Linux with Active Directory, and many different ways to do it. This iuvo Technologies blog will go through one tried and true method that works on CentOS/RHEL 8. We will also...

CentOS Linux Version 8 On Windows Subsystem for Linux

We will look at setting up CentOS version 8 on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Due to certain issues with the Microsoft Store licensing there is not an officially supported and free version of CentOS available the way Ubuntu Linux is. We will...

Saving Money With Amazon Web Services Reserved Instances

It seems like a strange thing to come across, but sometimes when you are dealing with clients who are utilizing Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their resources, you find wasted opportunities to save money. Sometimes it is nervousness about...

Examples of resource sharing that benefit from using a transit gateway

Building on my last blog, there are cases where transit gateways can allow you to significantly cut down on the number of resources that you deploy. In cases where those resources are lightly used, this can lead to a substantial reduction in...

An introduction to Networking in the Cloud using AWS Transit Gateways

Not terribly long ago, Amazon introduced Transit Gateways, a nifty service that simplifies AWS networking. A transit gateway (or TGW) acts like a lightweight router that can be used to connect multiple VPCs, potentially in multiple accounts,...

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