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What you would learn in FreeBSD 13.x - Mastering JAILS course?
Welcome to the FreeBSD 13.x Mastering JAILS Course. The goal course's aim is to give an extensive overview of the Jails and how to use them when creating production or testing-ready environments. This can be done using a superb BastilleBSD project.
What is FreeBSD Jails? From Wikipedia:
"The jail function is a way to implement FreeBSD's virtualization at the OS level that permits administrators to partition the FreeBSD-based computer system into multiple independent mini-systems known as jails, each sharing the same kernel with only a small amount of cost. The jail mechanism is implemented using the system called jail, a user-interface utility called jail, and, depending on the platform, various other applications. This feature was introduced to FreeBSD at the time of 1999 by Poul Henning Kamp after a time of production usage by a hosting service provider, and it was released in FreeBSD 4.0 and is available on many FreeBSD successors, such as DragonFly BSD, up to the present day.
The necessity for FreeBSD jails was triggered by a tiny shared-environment hosting service's (R&D Associates Inc.'s director, Derrick T. Woolworth) desire to establish a neat, distinct, and clear line of separation between their services and the services of their clients, mostly to protect their users and make it easier to managing (jail(8)). Instead of adding a brand new layer of configuration options that are fine-grained, the approach taken by Poul-Henning Kamp was to separate the system - its resources and files in a manner that only the appropriate people have access to the proper compartments."
The subjects covered in this course:
"Mastering Jails Course covers all of the setup options available and needed to run Jails in real-life situations. Topics covered include:
Create a FreeBSD Lab environment
The BastilleBSD system is used to manage Jails in various ways
Setting up Jails Networking in the right manner
BONUS Bonus: Running FreeBSD Jail on Raspberry PI
In the course, we create an environment in the lab using a fresh FreeBSD installation. We will also set up Jails from the ground to a production-ready environment. We will learn how to work with Jails and backup them or network correctly. This is all done with a fantastic BastilleBSD project.
How do I install FreeBSD for minimal installation in Jails
Setting up Jails environment using BastilleBSD
FreeBSD 13.x Setup of the lab with VirtualBox
Utilize BastilleBSD to manage Jails in various ways
Utilize Jails' network options for running Jails on both public and private networks.
Utilize Jails with Raspberry PI, and if it's a necessary alternative
Manage Jails and the pf (packet firewall for filtering)
Backup and restore failed environments
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