All posts by "Zachary Muller"

Zachary Muller
Systems Administrator
Zach mainly works with CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian on dedicated and virtual servers. Zach spends his days watching the ticket queue and working with customers on any technical requests, issues, or questions that they might have. Zach has years of experience both formal and informal with Linux systems and is proficient in setting up and troubleshooting various software stacks including Apache, NGINX, MySQL, & PHP.

linux security

While working as a sysadmin over the years, you truly start to understand the importance of security patches. On a semi-daily basis I see compromised servers that have landed in ...
Linux Server Maintenance Guide

If you’re running a Linux server and you value uptime and stability, this server maintenance guide will help keep you on track. It’s best to perform maintenance and checks on ...
qubes blog

Qubes OS is a distribution of Linux with security as its focus, and it does it very well. At its core it’s based on Fedora and utilizes the Xen hypervisor ...
An Introductory Guide to The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS)

I’ve always found peer-to-peer applications interesting. Central points of failure aren’t fun! Protocols like BitTorrent are widely used and well known. However, there’s something relatively new and uses BitTorrent-like technology, ...
business chat

Privacy and security can be difficult to achieve, especially for your entire organization. It involves many factors and can be difficult to manage from the top. While you may not ...
Linux Encryption Backup Tools

If the data you store on your server or other service is important to you, likely you’d prefer it not ending up in the hands of others. If so you ...