Introducing the author of this blog, Shrikant Lavhate. Shrikant is a seasoned IT professional with an engineering background, boasting a wealth of experience garnered from his tenure with leading IT firms. His expertise spans several years in the realms of IT, marked by proficiency in HPUX, Linux, and AWS.
Kerneltalks came into existence on the blogger platform, a common starting point for many new blogs, under the domain kerneltalks.blogspot.com. During its initial stages, the blog had a relatively small readership. However, in October 2016, I made the pivotal decision to acquire the kerneltalks.com domain and swiftly migrated to a self-hosted WordPress CMS within a matter of months. As time passed, KernelTalks underwent significant infrastructure enhancements, incorporating elements such as a Content Delivery Network (CDN), the Genesis framework, premium themes, and finally cloud hosting!
KernelTalks is committed to addressing the fundamental tasks encountered by Linux, Unix, and Cloud administrators. While you may not find in-depth, high-level coding, configurations, or articles on Linux/Unix/Cloud, you can always count on finding essential information here. If you’re unable to locate the specific content you’re seeking, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email, and I’ll make every effort to provide the information you need.
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