jueves, 30 de abril de 2020

[EN] DevOps roadmap


Today I come with a roadmap that someone sent me a few days ago. It is a roadmap of what (according to how it is understood by who has drew it) a DevOps should know.

You can more or less agree with what is in it, but it has helped me to get to know some new technologies that could be very interesting to me.

What about you? What do you think? One thing amazing is that you can suggest your changes, but I am not sure they would take them into account. Anyway, I have at least two suggestions, that are
  • HOW COME Debian is not in purple???
  • I know there is no Load Balancing section but they should include it somehow

Source: roadmap.sh
You have a few more interesting roadmaps in that page

sábado, 4 de abril de 2020

[EN] Regular Expressions

Hello everyone!

How do you carry the lockdown? At the moment nothing bad, taking advantage of the time to do things that before didn't have enough time to do.

One of these things is to study; I have finished with a very interesting 'sed' and 'awk' course, and I wanted to share some notes on regular expressions, to see what you think.

\b :: boundaries, limits the word
? :: optional inclusion of this character
\. :: Exactly one single character
this example matches Color, color, Colour, colour

'^' :: start of a string
'$' :: end of a string

[] :: denote the ranges
'[A-Za-z]' :: any letter
'[0-9]' :: any number; it could be represented as \d
'[a-z_]' :: lower case character and underscore character
'[349]' :: matches number 3, number 4 and number 9; it would match 34, 49 or 349 because include those numbers
'[^4]' :: matches anything BUT 4
'[Ss]erver' :: matches Server and server

Boundaries and strings
\s :: any white space character (space, line return, tap) > \S :: NOT looking for a white space character
\b :: word boundary (may include hyphen as word separator) >  \B :: NOT looking for a word boundary
'\ssytem' :: Matches "file system"
'\bsystem' :: Matches "file system" and "file-system"
'\bpop[0-9]\b' :: Matches pop2 and pop3 but not pop3s (from /etc/services file)
'\bpop[0-9]\B' :: Not matches pop2 and pop3 but matches pop3s (from /etc/services file)

'u*' :: Matches u zero or more times
'u?' :: Matches u zero or once only (optional)
'u+' :: Matches u once or more times
'u{3}' :: Matches uuu (u 3 times)

'^\s*#' :: Matches all kind of commented lines: with no space, with spaces and with tabs
'start\s*end' :: Matches all independently the spaces between 'start' and 'end'
'start\s?end' :: Matches 'start end' and 'startend'
'start\s{2}end' :: Matches the option with 2 spaces between 'start and 'end'
'[a-z]{2}[0-9]{1,2}' :: Matches a postcode [ab12 7af]; {1,2} means that it could happen once or twice

grep -E :: takes extended regular expressions :: egrep. RE are extended when they use {}, but not when they use []