Our Most Read in 2015

To date, 2015 has proven to be a great year. This year has seen the blog celebrating its 1st anniversary and nearly tripling the average number of monthly readers from 2014. 42 articles have been published, we've had 3 guest writers and added even more solid tutorials that have laid the foundations for exciting experiments that we intend to execute on come 2016.

The driving force behind all of these mini successes is the mission of sharing knowledge that contributes to a positive impact on someone else's experience with technology. With this in mind it is always important to reflect on exactly which things are having the most significant impact. One way of doing this is to analyze what you our readers value the most by looking at what you read the most. Like we did last year with the viewer's choice what follows is a list of impactful reading.

Here are our Top 10 most read articles in 2015.

  1. Part 2, Part 3 and Part 1 of How to create a Linux cluster with Red Hat Cluster Suite 6 series.

  2. How to create a Linux Cluster with Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS 7

  3. Key Based Encryption using OpenSSL

  4. How to use the Google Chromecast behind a VPN

  5. Installing a security certificate on Apache

  6. Auto updating configuration files on Red Hat Network Satellite Server

  7. Launching a private wiki using Dokuwiki

  8. File Server consolidation with Windows DFS

  9. Finding Fibre Channel LUN IDs on Solaris

  10. Don't suffer with an Xbox buy a PS4 instead

  1. Cover photo modified version of original by Andy Rogers.

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