We asked the question to over 3,000 people across Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Here is something I’ve learned as a Linux administrator: when I go into work, everything is boring or on fire. There is no comfortable middle ground. I mean, I’ll either sit around tuning configs and running tests for eight hours, or suddenly it's 10pm and please stop yelling at me. The last sentence is only a bit hyperbolic.
A good administrator knows that there is always more to learn. When you’re left stumped with a security issue or just want to keep ahead of all new developments in the IT world, why not turn to those who know it best? Here are the ten bloggers every SysAdmin should follow:
There are a wealth of blogs available for practicing SysAdmins, veteran or novice, but it can be hard to discern the mundane from the worthwhile. We’ve waded through the mediocre to find the 10 blogs you should read, subscribe to, and will wish you had written. From in-house engineering teams to vendor portals, here’s 10 of the best blogs to read as a SysAdmin:
As a SysAdmin, it can be tough to filter the important industry news from the weak and the most useful technical advice from the poor, especially with an endless stream of content spilling through social media and news outlets.
So we’ve collated up some of the best resources we know to help get you up to speed and keep you there. Get ready to subscribe, download and bookmark - here’s your ultimate list of resources for a SysAdmin.