Configure Apache to enable SSL with an SSL Certificate
“You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.” ― William Faulkner
The Apache Web Server is the most popular web server software. According to the January 2018 Web Server Survey, about 38.2% of domains were running the Apache Web Server. As for active sites, Apache held about 44% share followed by NGINX at 21%.
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Enhance the security of your website with an SSL certificate.
“If my doctor told me I had only six minutes to live, I wouldn’t brood. I’d type a little faster.” ― Isaac Asimov
Do you currently run a web server? If so, you need to support HTTPS by adding an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate to your server. Not only is it good for the security of your customers, it is also good for your website’s positioning in Google (SEO).
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We demonstrate how to setup an Apache Spark cluster on a single AWS EC2 node and run a couple of jobs.
“If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts.”
― Albert Einstein
Apache Spark is the newest kid on the block talking big data.
While re-using major components of the Apache Hadoop Framework, Apache Spark lets you execute big data processing jobs that do not neatly fit into the Map-Reduce paradigm. It provides support for many patterns similar to the Java 8 Streams functionality, while letting you run these jobs on a cluster.
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This article demonstrates how to get Apache Hadoop up and running on an Amazon EC2 cluster.
Lets talk about how to setup an Apache Hadoop cluster on AWS.
In a previous article, we discussed setting up a Hadoop processing pipeline on a single node (laptop). That involved running all the components of Hadoop on a single machine. In the setup we discuss here, we setup a multi-node cluster to run processing jobs.
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Create an Excel Pivot table from Java using Apache POI.
“A foolish faith in authority is the worst enemy of truth.”
― Albert Einstein
A Pivot Table is a tool used in Excel for summarizing data. It helps group data using user-selected criteria and compute group summaries using functions such as total, average, count, etc.
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Learn how to get started with Hadoop (2.7.3). Demonstrates single process and single node distributed execution.
“We are all different. Don’t judge, understand instead.”
― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
Hadoop is a toolkit for big-data processing. It uses a cluster of computers to split data into multiple chunks and process each chunk on one machine and re-assemble the output.
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