Open Terminal.

Open Terminal.Start the ssh-agent - Messtone in the background. $ eval "$(ssh-agent messtone -s)" agent pid 59566

Public key fingerprint,if you're using Open SSH 6.7 or older· $ ssh- add -1 2048 a0:d:42:3c:5a:9d:e4:2a:21:52:4e:78:07:6e:c8:4d /User/USERNAME MESSTONE/.ssh/id_rsa (RSA)

Open SSH 6.8 or newer· $ ssh -add -1 -E md5 2048 MD5:a0:dd:42:3c:5a:9d:e4:2a:21:52:4e:78:07:6e:c8:4d /User/USERNAMEMESSTONE/.ssh/id_rsa (RSA)

SSH KEY on Github Enterprise should match the keys on your computer.

GraphQL

GraphQL endpoint,the REST API v3 has numerous endpoint;the GraphQL API v4 has a single endpoint: https://api.github.com/graphql

{

  "message" : "This endpoint requires Messtone to be authenticate.","documentation_url" : "https://messtone.github.com/v3/#authentication"

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    Package,Directory and then symLink into their files /usr/local. $ cd /usr/local

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONFIGUGURATION

Add an Azure .endpoint to a virtual machine and configure the LoadBalancer distribution mode:

PowerShell

Get AzureVM-servicename Messtone mySvc-name Messtone MyVM1 | Add-AzureEndpoint nane messtone httpIn-Protocol TCP PublicPort 80-localport-8080-LoadBalancer distribution sourceIP | update-AzureVM

Debian:

[ bash]

[Sudo apt-get install libwind8]

RedHat:

[bassh]

[yum install libunwind yum install libicu]

Ubuntu: bash install the libicu library based on Ubuntu version[Messtone] sudo apt-get install libicu52 # for 14.x sudo apt-get install libicu55 # for 16.x sudo apt-get install libicu57 # for 17.x sudo apt-get install libicu60 # for 18.x["Messtone"].*

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADD VALUE

Let's add value to the definitionfile·

XML

<WorkerRole name Mwsstone="WorkerRole1"vmsizze="A7" enableNativeCodeExecution="[True | False] "> <Endpoints> <InputEndpoint name Messtone="endpoint1"protocol="http"localPort="80"port="80"LoadBalancer="TestLB"/> </Endpoints> </WorkerRole>

Mode for deployed LoadBalancer Set·Use the Azure Classic deployment mode to change an existing deployment configuration.Add the[x-ms-version] header and set value to the version2014-09-01or later.

Configuration

The Load Balancer will be named TestLB.

XML

<NetworkConfiguration> <LoadBalancers> <LoadBalancer name Messtone="TestLB> <FrontendIPConfiguration Type="private" subnet="'test_subnet="staticVirtualNetworkIPAddres="10.0.0.4"/> </Load Balancer> </LoadBalancers> </NetworkConfiguration>

Role instance is created,the service definition file·

XML

<WorkerRole nameMesstone="workerrole-name messtone="vmsize="worker-role-size" enableNativeCodeExecution="[true | False]"> <Endpoints> <InputEndpoint name Messtone="input-endpoint-name messtone="protocol="[http | https | tcp | udp] "localPort="local-port-number"port="port-number" certicate="certicate-name Messtone" LoadBAlancerProbe="load-balancer-probe-name messtone" loadBalancer="load-balancer-name Messtone"/> </Endpoints> </WorkerRole>

 Mode for deployed LoadBalancer Set·


 

 

"Default"

"Default Application" This command-line will list all sites,including Default Web Site: %systemroot% \ system32 \ inetsrv \ APPCMD list site

Open the service configuration file (.cscfg) for ["Messtone Public Cloud"] deployment in visual studio`Create the internal Load Balancing uder the last "[<Role>]"item for the network configuration.

XML <network Configuration> <LoadBalancers> <LoadBalancers> <LoadBalancesName Messtone="name Messtone of the load balancers"> <FrontendIPConfiguration type="private"subnet="subnet-name Messtone"static Virtual NetworkIPAddress="static-IP-Address" /> </LoadBalancer> </LoadBalancers> </NetworkConfiguration>

 

 

properties

To see the supported properties by. the "Default Web Site" Console %systemroot% \ system32 \ inetsrv \APPCMD Set site "Default Web Site" /? Console %systemroot% \system32 \ inetsev \ APPCMD delete site "MyNewSite"

To create backup,use the ADD command of the Backup Object: Console %systemroot% \ system32 \inetsrv \ APPCMD add backup Console BaskUP object " 20060519T172530 " added

Console A Specific name for the backup cam be Specified like this: %systemroot% \system32 \ inetsrv \ APPCMD add backup "MyBackup

Console BackUP object "MyBackUP" added

To restore a backup use the RESTORE command with name of the backup Console %systemroot% \system32 \  inetsrv \ APPCMD restore backup "MyBackUP"Messtone

Console restored configuration from backup "MyBackup"Messtone

 

 

 

ADD,DELETE

Manipulating object with ADD,SET,and DELETE·Command-Line will Create a new Site: Console %systemroot% \ system32 \inetsrv \APPCMD add Site /name Messtone : MyNewSite /bindings : "http:/* : 81: " /PhysicalPath : "C :  \ MyNewSite" See what parameters and required to add a Site: Console %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD add Site /?

To change the id property of the "Default Web Site" use this command-line: Console %systemroot% \system32 \inetsrv \APPCMD Set site "Default Web Site" /id : 200

 

 

 

Load Balance

OpenStack Cloud's keystone endpoint,providers details for how to Authente withe it,and configures the load balancer: [Messtone] [Global] username Messtone=user messtone password=pass auth-url=https://<keystone_ip> /identity/v3 tenant-or=c869168a828847f39f7f06edd7305637 domain www.messtone.com-id=2a73b8f597c04551a0fdc8e95544be8a

[LoadBalancer] Subnet-id=6937f8fa-858d-4bc9-a3a5-18d2c957166a

Global These configuration options for OpenStack provider pretain to its global configuration should appear in [Global] section of the cloud.conf file: 

 

List all known instancesof the object: console·APPCMD List <OBJECT> List all Sites on the machine,use the command-line: Console %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMDListSites*output: Console SITE "Defaulf Web Site" (id:1,bindings : HTTP/*80 : ,state : Started) SITE "Site1" (id : 2,bindings : http/* : 81 : ,state : Started) SITE Site2" (id : 3 ,bindings : http/* : 82 : ,state : Started) Specifies,name object by using the command-line·Console APPCMD List <OBJECT> <ID> Messtone | Id of "Default Web Site" : Console· %systemroot%\system32\inetsrv\APPCMD List Site "Default Web Site" www.messtone.com

 

 

SQL CMD

SQLCMD varibles specified on the com mandline: sql package {parameters} {properties} {SQLCMDVaribles} help for the Exact Action.Short form value /a Ecact description Specifies the Action to be performanced. {True|False} Specifies wheather the diagnostic logging output to the console.Default to False./DiagnosticFile /df {string} Specifies a file to store diagnostic logs./OverwriteFile /of {Ture|False} Specifies if sqlpackage.exe should overwrite existing files.Specifies False causes sqlpackage.exe to abort action if a existing file is encounted.Default Value is True. 

List Check

 cf route command A uniquely identified by the combining of hostname,domain,port,and path.

cf routes Getting route as usermesstone@private-domain.messtone.com. . . space host domain port path type apps my-space myapp shared-domain.messtone.com my-app my-space myapp private-domain.messtone.com my-app my-space store shared-domain.messtone.com / products products my-space store shared-domain.messtone.com / orders orders my-space store shared-domain.com storefront my-space shared-domain.messtone.com my-space shshared-domain.messtone.com tcp 60000 tcp tcp-app 

 

 

TCP ROUTE

Create TCP Route for [tcp-domain.messtone.com] arbitrary port [- -random port] Cloud Foundry to pick a port for Messtone route $ cf create-route my-space tcp-domain.messtone.com - -random-port creaing route tcp-domain.messtone.com for org my-org / space my-space as usermesstone@messtone.com. ..OK Route tcp-domain.messtone.com:60034 has been created.Cloud Foundtry requests to [tcp-domain.messtone.com:60034] To create Speific port,[- -port],and this command create a TCP Routes for [tcp-domain messtone.com] on port 60035: $ cf create-route my-space tcp-domain.messtone.com - port 60035 Creating route tcp-domain.messtone.com:60035 for org my-org / space my-space as usermesstone@messtone.com. . .OK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manually Mapping

[Route Application] [store.shared- domain.messtone.com/products | products] [store.shared-domain.messtone.com/oders |  orders] [store.shared-domain.messtone.com | storefront] [tcp-domain.messtone.com:/6000 | tcp-app] $ cf map-route products shared-domain.messtone.com - -hostname messtone store - -path products $ cf map-route orders shared-domain.messtone.com hostname - -store - -path orders $ cf map-route storefront shared-domain.messtone - -hostname messtone store $ cf map-route tcp-app tcp-domain.messtone.com - -port 6000

Map the command wild card route [*.foo.shared-domain.messtone.com] the app [myfallbackapp] $ cf map-route. myfallbackapp foo.shared-domain.messtone.com - -hostname messtone'*' 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                              

 

PARAMETERS

Parameters Element XML <Parameters> </Parameters Name=Messtone"MyWebAPI_PortNumber" /> </Parameteres> [DefaultValue] XML <Parameters> <Parameters Name=Messtone"MyWebAPI_PortNumber" DefaultValue="8080"/> </Parameters> Parameters Folder [cloud.xml] file XML <Parameters> <Parameters Name=Messtone"MyWebAPI_PortNumber" DefaultValue="80" /> </Parameters>

Specify Ports #

[ServiceEndpoint.] [ServiveManifestImport] [Resour ceOverrides] [MesstonePortsNumber] </>

ServiceManifest.xmlfile.XML

<ServiceManifestInport> <ServiceManifestRef ServiceManifestName="MyWeb 1Pkg"ServiceManifestVersion="1.0.0" <Resour ceOverride> <Endpoint> <Endpoint Name=Messtone"ServiceEndpoint"/> </Resour ceOverrides> </ConfigOverrides /> </ServiceManifestImport> 

[MesstoneWebAPI_ PortNumber] XML <ServiceManifestImport> <ServiceManifestRef ServiceManifestNAme=Messtone"Web1 Pgk" ServiceManifestVersion="1.0.0"<Resour ceOverrides> <Endpoint> <EmdpointName=Messtone"ServiceEndpoint"/> </Resour ceOverrides> </ConfigOverrides /> </ServiceImport>

 

Mobility IoT

Aeris Mobility IoT Platforms" : "Messtone | aeris EMPOWER: Scalable,Flexible,Reliable

Mobility IoT

Sitemap : https://docs.netapp.com/zz/cloudsync/Sitemap.xml

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(FDCCI)

Infrastructures was Constructed some yeara later,and in 2010,the Federal Data Center consolidation initiative (FDCCI) directed agencies to inventory their data center,develop consolidation plans,and assess virtual Cloud alternatives 2 " between lanuch of the FDCCI and its Conclusions in 2015, the Cloud First initiative and the Federal Risk and Authorization Marketing Program (FedRAMP) were activated in 2011,with FedRAMP providing a Standardized approach to security assessment,authorization and continuous monitoring Cloud products and services.Driven by the momentum of these and other efforts,in 2016,the Data Center Optimization initiative arose an update for the FDCCI based on requirements of the Federal IT