Linux News, articles and other cool stuff | biweekly #1

A lot is happening in the Linux space lately, and even more to come. So I wanted to share some of the noteworthy news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related content that I come across online. To do this, I will publish a list of five Linux must-read links every other week, starting […]

htop and top Alternatives: Glances, nmon

Previously we took a look at top, atop, and indirectly (due to its popularity as top’s alternative) htop (the last screenshot on this page). But are there other alternatives worth looking at? As it pertains to system health and performance, this is largely a matter of preference regarding what data is most important to you. We […]

Pinebook Pro – My First Impressions and Setup Tips

The Pinebook Pro is a 14″ laptop built for developers and Linux end-users. It weighs less than 3lbs, which, in my case, replaces a two times heavier laptop. (See my work-laptop history). I’ve not been this excited about receiving a piece of Linux hardware since the Raspberry Pi launch. This very blog post is composed […]

Linux Performance: Why You Should Almost Always Add Swap Space

We know that using Linux swap space instead of RAM (memory) can severely slow down performance. So, one might ask, since I have more than enough memory available, wouldn’t it better to delete swap space? The short answer is, No. There are performance benefits when swap space is enabled, even when you have more than […]

Top Serverless Monitoring Tools + Serverless Resources

Technology continues to evolve, and solutions for hosting applications continue to expand. One such method of application hosting that has been growing in popularity is serverless computing and as a result the increased demand for serverless monitoring.   What is Serverless Computing? Serverless Computing is a cloud-computing execution model managed by cloud providers who run the […]