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Open Source For You - August 2016 (Volume: 04 Issue: 11)
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OpenSource For You
August 2016 Issue Vol. 4 No. 11

Admin - Overview
Must-Have Network Monitoring Tools for Systems Administrators
The trick in managing networks is to anticipate glitches and problems, and nip them in the bud before they can do much harm. To manage and monitor networks manually is tedious and time consuming, besides being quite impossible when there are a large number of nodes; hence the need for monitoring tools. This article gives you a sampling of the most indispensable monitoring tools.

Admin - How To
Nagios: The System Monitoring Tool You Can Depend On
Enterprise class IT system monitoring of servers, networks and applications is possible with the FOSS tool Nagios. Problems can be identified and remedied long before they become critical and lead to system failures and downtime. Nagios is very versatile as it is platform-independent.
ForU&Me - CaseStudy
Jugnoo Uses Open Source to Dominate the Auto-rickshaw Aggregator Space
Chandigarh based Jugnoo is using open source technologies to upgrade the Indian urban transport scene through an advanced app-based model. In the process, it is helping to enhance the earnings of hundreds and thousands of auto-rickshaw drivers in the country.

Admin - Insight
Build a Hybrid Cloud with Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus is open source software for building an AWS (Amazon Web Services) compatible private and hybrid cloud computing environment. It provides flexibility, cost benefits, agility and data governance.
Admin - Overview
Remote Server Monitoring with Android Devices
Server monitoring is an onerous task. Remote server monitoring is a boon to administrators of networks. It gives them more flexibility and leaves them free to move away from their offices. This article is an introduction to remote server monitoring through Android devices.

Admin - Lets Try
The Growing Popularity of the Snort Network IDS
Lets have a look at the premier, free, open source, network intrusion and detection system called Snort. It is an amazing tool that lives up to its billing. This tutorial walks you through the basics of Snort.
Admin - Lets Try
Deep Learning for Network Packet Forensics Using TensorFlow
TensorFlow is an open source Python library for machine learning. It does mathematical computation using dataflow graphs. This article dwells on the use of TensorFlow as a forensic tool for classifying and predicting malware sourced from honeypots and honeynets.

Admin - Lets Try
Building a Multi-Host, Multi-Container Orchestration and Distributed System using Docker
This article is about the next generation Docker clustering and distributed system, which comes with various interesting built-in features like orchestration, self-healing, self-organising, resilience and security.
Admin - How To
pfSense: Adding Firewall Rules to Filter Services
pfSense is an open source firewall, router and UTM (unified threat management) distribution based on FreeBSD. This is the third article in the series on pfSense, and it helps readers in designing and configuring firewall rules as per their requirements.

Developers - How To
Use the Django and REST Frameworks to Create a Simple API
This article is a short tutorial on how to create a simple TaskAPI with SQLite, which communicates over JSON and REST. We will use the Django Web and REST frameworks.
Developers - How To
My Library Application in App Inventor 2
Heres another tutorial in our ongoing series to help you hone your skills for making useful Android apps with App Inventor.

Developers - How To
PhoneGap: Simplifying Mobile App Development
Developing mobile apps is fun, but developing apps for different mobile operating systems, individually, is a chore! An easy way out is to use PhoneGap, which is a software development platform that can create mobile apps for all mobile platforms in one go. The best thing about PhoneGap is that developers can work with it using existing Web developer skills.
Developers - How To
How do Arrays Decay into Pointers?
This article is for C programming newbies and enthusiasts. It deals with how arrays are passed as parameters to a function decays into pointers

Developers - How To
The Fundamentals of RDMA Programming
Computers in a network can exchange data in the main memory with the involvement of the processor, cache or OS by using a technology called remote direct memory access (RDMA). This frees up resources, improving the throughput and performance while facilitating faster data transfer.
Developers - Lets Try
Android Data Binding: Write Less to do More
The Android data binding framework significantly reduces the code that needs to be written. This second article in the series covers the aspects of two-way binding, expression chaining, implied event updates and Lambda expressions.

For U&Me - Insight
OLabs Makes School Laboratories Accessible Anytime, Anywhere
School education in India faces many challenges including the lack of infrastructure and shortage of trained teachers. Even in places where this is not a major concern, students come out with little practical knowledge of the concepts and theories they learn. Read on to discover how CDAC is addressing this problem.
ForU&Me - Lets Try
Cool Terminal Tricks
The terminal can become your best friend and saviour. All that you need to do is a bit of exploring and some inevitable trial-and-error to get the best out of your system. So lets learn a few tricks to use on the terminal for some amazing effects.

OpenGurus - Lets Try
CoAP: Get Started with IoT Protocols
CoAP is a software protocol that allows simple electronic devices to communicate over the Internet. It is designed for small devices with low-power sensors and actuators that need to be controlled or supervised remotely, through standard Internet networks.
Developers - Insight
A Quick Look at Multi-architecture, Multi-platform Mobile App Development Frameworks
The article presents an overview of multi-architecture, multi-platform mobile application development frameworks and then takes a look at appEZ, which, as its website proudly declares, is Ridiculously easy mobile app building for non-programmers.

OpenGurus - How To
Profanity: The Command Line Instant Messenger
Profanity is a text based instant messaging application which uses Command line Interface (CLI), which beats many GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications of a similar nature. By virtue of having a CLI, Profanity is faster than any GUI, since it involves less effort as theres no fumbling between mouse and keyboard. The biggest advantage of Profanity is that the user can generate various scripts to multi-task.
ForU&Me - Interview
Raspberry Pi enables embedded engineering while being a cheap, low-power Linux platform
Raspberry Pi has transformed the world of computing. This single-board computer has opened new avenues for millions of budding developers all across the globe. But what was the prime idea behind the tiny little device and how did it receive such worldwide acclaim? Jagmeet Singh of OSFY tried to get the answers to these questions in an exclusive conversation with Raspberry Pi creator, Eben Upton. Read on for the edited excerpts.

ForU&Me - Interview
Educating the marketplace about deploying data encryption is one of our fundamental charters
Why is data encryption gaining importance? How cost-effective are the solutions emerging for enterprises and startups? Rahul Kumar, country head of WinMagic, shared his views on these topics with Jagmeet Singh of OSFY. Here are excerpts from the conversation


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