Category Archives: Web-services

Okta: the Custom domain and TLS configuration

4 October 2019

You can use your own domain configured for Okta. The one thing worth to mention here is the fact that Okta’s official plugin doesn’t work with a Custom domain feature so you’ll have to use Okta’s URL for the plugin authentification, see the  documentation for details. Custom domain configuration Go to the Settings > Customization:… Read More »

Authy: step by step Multi-Factor Authentication configuration for Github and AWS

17 April 2019

I’m sure that using MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) today is oblivious. For 2FA (2-Factor Authentication) the most used method is TOTP – Time-based One-time Password, when alongside with the common login:password also needs to enter a code generated by a device or software. The most known implementation is Google Authenticator but also there is a lot… Read More »

NextCloud: installing server on Debian behind NGINX with PHP-FPM and client on Arch Linux

17 March 2019

After the news that Dropbox adds a new limitation for users by the three devices only – I’m finally ready to install my own NextCloud to store and synchronize data. The sad thing is not exactly the three devices limit (and it will be applied for a new users only – old user who already… Read More »

OpenVPN: OpenVPN Access Server set up and AWS VPC peering configuration

21 February 2019

OpenVPN Access Server is ready to use OpenVPN server which requires minimal configuration. The free version allows you to have two clients. If you need more – you can buy additional licenses. Infrastructure description Currently to access our resources such as Jenkins, Nexus etc we are using Allow Rules in AWS Security Groups where each user… Read More »