Category Server Management

Ajenti

Developed specifically for Linux environments and coded with Python, Ajenti is a great way to quickly and easily launch and configure your sites. It gets out of the way thanks to an interface that is really user friendly. You can…

Backup

A backup is a copy of the data vital for comprehensive recovery in case of software or hardware failures. There are different backup types including normal, copy, incremental and differential as well as various strategies suitable for certain scenarios.  In…

Bandwidth

In computer networking circles, bandwidth means how much data a channel can carry, so the more the merrier. It’s usually measured in a multiple of bits per second (bps)—Kbps, Mbps, Gbps, and so on. With fiber-optic cabling bandwidth is usually…

Caching

Caching is about of storing copies of files in a temporary storage location in order to insure quicker access. CDN servers cache various content to reduce the latency, DNS servers cache DNS records to speedup lookup, browsers cache html/css/js and…

Citrix Hypervisor

VMware is relatively expensive so companies often look for a lower-cost alternative. Citrix Hypervisor offers enterprise-grade features but at a lower cost when compared to VMware vSphere. Interestingly, Hypervisor is the industry leader when it comes to supporting 3D graphics…

CLI

Users can leverage command line interface ( CLI ) for processing commands to a computer program, and viewing or managing files, in the form of text. Replies will be received in the same way. A command line interface is significantly…

cPanel/WHM

One of the most popular hosting control panels in the United States is cPanel We write it as cPanel/WHM because this hosting control panel basically has two parts: an interface used by users called cPanel, and the part that actually…

DDoS

You might have heard the term “DDoS” thrown around – well, it’s an acronym for an increasingly common security risk: the Distributed Denial of Service attack, where websites are disrupted by means of large networks of bots. Hackers use anything…

Denial of Service

A denial of service or DoS attack is a way of overwhelming your servers so that they can’t cope and are effectively stopped from working. Web servers, mail servers, name servers, and in fact any kind of networked computer system…

DevOps

DevOps is an all-encompassing term, touching on everyone from developers through to IT staff and operations across a company. DevOps, as you may guess, combines “development” and “operations”. The rationale behind DevOps is an attempt to make operations and development…
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