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This is a mainly technical BLOG about my personal experience with various software products, programming languages, tools ans so on. I always try to encourage communication in the form of comments to see what others think about these topics.

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Latest Blog Posts for Andrius Miasnikovas's Blog

  • Automatic Web Server Monitoring
    on Feb 15, 2011 in linux python tools
    Hi there! Here’s another quick suggestion for all of you out there who have to deal with a lot of web server environments and need to make sure that they’re all alive and responsive. Sure there are all sorts of tools for server monitoring...
  • Search for Files on Remote FTP Server
    on Feb 14, 2011 in github python tools
    I’ll keep this one short. Don’t know about you, but I’ve always been frustrated about how most FTP clients won’t let you search for files on a remote FTP server. I remember I used some client that had this functionality, but t...
  • Modifying Treepie To Display File Count
    on Jan 25, 2011 in tools
    I’ve already talked a bit about managing large amounts of files in my post Disk efficiency when dealing with tons of small files so you can kind of tell that I’m a proponent of having as little files on disk as possible (but not less). In...
  • Online Tools That Make My Life Easier
    on Nov 25, 2010 in resources tools
    Imagine a situation where you’re sitting in front of a colleague’s computer or one that is publicly used. By definition you’re missing all your favorite tools that you’re used to and you can’t install them even if you wa...
  • Private Key PFX to/from JKS Conversion Using OpenSSL and Jetty
    on Oct 21, 2010 in java screencast security
    Recently I’ve been watching quite a few screencasts which seem to be a really fun way to learn something. This made me want to create something of my own. So for this blog post I’m putting up my first attempts at creating screencasts whil...
  • Private Key PFX JKS Conversion Using OpenSSL and Jetty
    on Oct 20, 2010 in java screencast security
    Recently I’ve been watching quite a few screencasts which seem to be a really fun way to learn something. This made me want to create something of my own. So for this blog post I’m putting up my first attempts at creating screencasts whil...
  • What’s New in Tomcat 7
    on Jul 21, 2010 in java tomcat jsp servlet sever
    Recently I watched this webinar about Tomcat 7 presented by Mark Thomas and would like to share my thoughts on the subject and what I’ve learned. Servlet 3.0 The most prominent change is the support of Servlet 3.0 specification which supports s...
  • CIS Security Benchmarks
    on Jul 20, 2010 in resources security cis pdf
    This one is for the security conscious. If you are performing a hardening procedure for your OS, application/web server, other applications you might wonder how are other people doing that and where can you draw the line by saying that it is secure-e...
  • Improving Architecture with Structure 101
    on Jul 18, 2010 in architecture java tools .net
    I want to share with you yet another tool this one will help you with the architecture development. The tool is called Structure 101 and you can download a trial version here. That’s right, this tool is not free, but it does it’s job real...
  • Configuring Apache Server Load Balancing for Multiple Virtual HostsAnother day – another lesson learned. Today I tried to optimize Apache HTTP server configuration in a sense to write less configuration to achieve the same result. Of course I messed up the first few times since I’m not really an admin an...
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