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CIS L1 and L2 Server Security for Ubuntu

CIS L1 and L2 Security Work

Lately, I’ve been tasked with ensuring server security compliance with CIS Security Standards for our EC2 instances. This is a major focus for a technology company promoting security compliance in the healthcare industry. We’ve got a lot of servers running a lot of different things. Obviously, manually updating servers to comply with the standard isn’t […]

Local Development With Docker and SSL

Even local web development is being forced to use SSL these days. Well, there’s no sense in fighting the times. It’s time to figure out how to create local SSL certs to serve your local dev sites. So, lately I’ve had to do development on a number of different sites for a number of different […]

Easy Docker Hosting

There’s a lot to be said about containerizing websites and applications. Much smarter people than I have made the case for it. If you’re considering docker for hosting, here’s how I host this site: What You’ll Need: A server you can SSH into (DigitalOcean is a great host) Docker Your code git First, install Docker. […]