This a set of resources (reported issues, blogs, drivers, tips and tricks) to eager to use your Apple Magic Mouse in your Linux Ubuntu. These resources are recommedations of many people whom tried and got successfully the Apple Magic Mouse working in Linux. Next you can review documentation about how to configure it in your Linux PC:
I would like to share my experience migrating my blog site hosted in WordPress.com to GitHub Pages in 2 parts. In this blog post (Part 1) I will explain how to use Jekyll to export/import, how to configure GitHub Page site to host a fully blog as a headless Content Management System (CMS) based on Ruby. In the next blog post (Part 2) I will explain how to manage the look&feel, layouts, etc.
If you are working with ESB, Message Brokers, BPMS, SOA or Microservices, you will notice that you are solving the same problems of Standalone Applications but in different way, because all of them are different kind of Distributed Application. Those problems are:
- Users Management, Authentication and Authorisation
- Logging, Debugging, Monitoring and Alerting
- Clustering, High Availability, Load Balancing, etc...
I've created 2 Ansible Roles (chilcano.apache-nifi and chilcano.apache-nifi-toolkit) to automate the creation of a multi-node and secure NiFi cluster.
At the moment, the chilcano.apache-nifi Ansible Role doesn't implement Cluster State coordination through Apache ZooKeeper. It will be implemented in the next version of this Ansible Role.
For other side, I've implemented only TLS Toolkit Standalone mode in the chilcano.apache-nifi-toolkit Ansible Role.
Further details and samples about both Ansible Roles can be found at Ansible Galaxy:
Once presented both Ansible Roles, I'm going to explain how to automate the creation of several instances of Apache NiFi, secure and not secure.