This is a placeholder post to replace a post from my old blog platform which has been deleted. I will see if I can recover the post.
The basic concept of setting up an external cache in front of exchange is to find a VPS provider which allows you to receive mail on port 25, get a VPS, and setup po...
In part two of this series, we are going to look at setting up a standalone-ha deployment of Keycloak on two CentOS 7 servers.
There are three different deployment types for Keycloak, Standalone, Standalone-HA, and Domain Clustered. Standalone deployments are single servers, this is good for a dev...
In this series, we will take a look at Keycloak, an open-source single sign on solution similar to Microsoft's ADFS product.
In this first part, we will take a brief look at what SSO and Keycloak are, and why they are used.
If you use FreeNAS, it's probably because you care about your data. Part of data security is ensuring the availability of your data. To that end, you need to ensure that said data is backed up. There are generally two reasonable ways to backup your data from FreeNAS. One, local backup (using ZFS replication), and two, cloud backup.