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Simple MAC policy in FreeBSD

January 16, 2017 by Paweł Biernacki

Mandatory Access Control (MAC) Framework is one of the less known FreeBSD features. Let’s take a look on how to use it.

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Adding more nodes to Redshift cluster doesn't always mean you get more space

January 13, 2017 by Paulina Budzoń

AWS Redshift is a big data storage (“data warehousing”) solution for analytics. Based on PostgreSQL 8, it can combine up to 128 largest nodes, giving you 2 petabytes for your data. Well, almost. You don’t get ALL that for your data.

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Capsicum helpers

January 6, 2017 by Paweł Biernacki

Sandboxing applications using capsicum can sometimes lead to repeating some common patterns and duplicating large amounts of code. Fortunately there is an easy solution.

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AWS S3 storage classes pricing is not what you think

January 2, 2017 by Paulina Budzoń

Since publishing this post, AWS reached out to us about the RR pricing. See bottom of the post for the update.

When storing data in S3, at some point everyone asks the question about storage classes. At first glance it looks more or less simple - if you’re accessing your data less often, or it’s not very important, you can pay less. Until you look into details, find all the asterisks and compare the actual numbers.

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First thoughts after AWS Certified Security - Specialty BETA exam

December 19, 2016 by Paulina Budzoń

Last week I made an attempt at passing one of the new AWS Specialty exams - Security.

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