Tag: docker

  • Setting Up Reverse Proxy and Automated SSL with Docker Compose

    A reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that sits behind the firewall in a private network and directs client requests to the appropriate backend server. Why would you use such a setup? Well, for several reasons. The reverse proxy hides the identity of the servers behind it and presents its own IP address […]

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  • Setting Up QIIME 2 with Docker

    QIIME 2 is an open-source bioinformatics software package that allows researchers to analyze and visualize microbiota, particularly those derived from high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies. It is an essential tool for studying the composition, diversity, and function of the microbiota, and has been widely used in practice.

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  • Setting Up My Server: A Fresh Restart

    If you visit my old website, you’ll be greeted by a welcome page. As an amateur Linux operations engineer, I sometimes do stupid things like accidentally deleting things without a backup. This post is basically a guide for my future self in case I break my server again.

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