Ivan Tomica

Tag: LetsEncrypt

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Self-Hosted Email server

More than 3 years ago I’ve written an article about self-hosting email. Throughout the years that setup was adjusted, migrated and changed in various ways. I’ve used it on the FreeBSD, Debian, Ubuntu since the original article which was based on CentOS. Now, I’m trying to set it up again

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Wildcard LetsEncrypt SSL/TLS certificate with Bind

Having wildcard SSL certificate can sometimes really help with streamlining vhost creation, where you don’t need to step extra step for issuing new SSL/TLS certificate. Although I attempt to automate every bit of the infrastructure I manage, and also have certificate issuance automated with my current configuration management system of

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Atlassian Confluence in Docker

Recently I’ve been tasked to set up Confluence server installation. One of my friends was in need and I decided it would be nice to play a bit with the whole setup. As this is pro-bono and really not quite production install (meaning they use it, but it is not

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