FreeBSD is a Free Unix-like operating system from Berkeley Software distribution, which is available for all major platforms x86_64, IA-32, PowerPC, ARM, etc, and mainly focuses on features, speed, and performance stability. FreeBSD used
Firewalld provides a way to configure dynamic firewall rules in Linux that can be applied instantly, without the need of firewall restart and also it support D-BUS and zone concepts which makes configuration easy.
Fedora is an open source operating system, which is based on Linux kernel developed and it’s supported by RedHat. Fedora’s default desktop is GNOME environment with default interface GNOME Shell, Fedora have other desktop
Failover is a type of backup operational mode in which the operations of a system components such as network are assumed by secondary system, only when the Primary system becomes unavailable due to system
Kali Linux is completely a rebuild of Backtrack Linux, Backtrack named Kali now, maintain completely to Debian development models. Kali Linux is totally free of cost, and mostly used for penetrating testing in any
Btrfs or B-tree file system is a GPL-licensed copy-on-write (COW) was developed by multiple companies as follows Oracle, Redhat, Fujitsu, Intel, Facebook, Linux Foundation, Suse, etc. Brtfs will support maximum up-to 16 exbibyte and
HAProxy stands for High Availability proxy. It is a Free and open source application written in C programming Language. HAProxy application is used as TCP/HTTP Load Balancer and for proxy Solutions. The most common
IPFire is an open source Linux distribution that works as a firewall, VPN gateway, Proxy server, DHCP server, Time server, Caching name server, Wake-On-LAN, DDNS, Open VPN, Monitoring, etc. IPFire is released under a