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Invalid Certificate after Security Update 2015-004 in Mavericks

After recently installing Security Update 2015-004, I found that I could no longer browse to any website using the root certificate “VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority – G5″ without a security warning (“invalid certificate”). 241 more words


Looking to move to the cloud? Only 6 cloud providers left. AWS on top, MS nipping at heals

Today there’s only 6 cloud providers in the game.  I predict that in 3 years or less there will be only 3 players left i.e., an oligopoly.   86 more words

Microsoft Azure

How to set up Ubuntu Desktop VM on Amazon EC2

Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 is the most widely used pay-as-you-go type of elastic compute cloud. You can launch a VM instance in a matter of minutes by using one of those Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) offered by EC2. 20 more words

How to speed up a WordPress website with Amazon AWS CDN

If your WordPress-powered personal blog or website is loading slowly, you are hardly alone. Rather than simply bemoaning your web hosting, you can take more proactive approaches to solve the problem, such as optimizing underlying web server stack (e.g., PageSpeed), tweaking content (e.g.,… 6 more words

Microsoft and Amazon's approach to cloud computing and the road to $128 billion

Microsoft’s cloud growth is led by Office 365, their productivity suite that’s been around for 20+ years.  For most Microsoft’s customers, that means exporting all their existing emails / contacts / calendars that reside on their internal Exchange server to Microsoft’s cloud. 109 more words

Cloud Computing

If you are an AWS DevOps girl or guy, you want to check this video out soon

Highlights I liked:

  1. Using JMESPath to exercise AWS CLI Queries…
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Knife EC2 Server Create Error: Authentication failed

Sometimes with all of the rush and trying to keep track of a 1000 moving parts you might get stumped by a fairly simple issue. Here are a few things to check if you get hung up with an “Authentication failed for user” error when running a “Knife ec2 server create” command. 183 more words