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Bunny.net: Account and API Keys

Bunny.net is an excellent cloud storage and CDN service. I use it for my websites. Bunny offers two primary services: Bunny Storage and Bunny Pull Zones. Combined those two comprise Bunny CDN. There are additional services DNS, Stream (video), and… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud – Setting up Gcloud with Service Account Credentials

In this article we will download and install the Google gcloud CLI. Then we will setup gcloud with Google Service Account credentials. This article is for Windows based system but the same principles apply to Linux and Mac systems. Step… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud – Debian 9 – Resize Root File System

In Google Cloud I often use Debian 9 Stretch for my test instances. Today I was wondering if this OS automatically resizes the root file system if I resize the VM instance disk. I also want to see if this… Continue Reading →

Understanding Google Cloud Storage Scopes

Google Cloud Storage uses scopes to determine what permissions an identity has on a specified resource. Google scopes are formatted as urls. There are three basic types: read-only, read-write and full-control. read-only Only allows access to read data, including listing… Continue Reading →

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