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Simplifying Deployment on the Cloud with Heroku

Many developers assume cloud deployment to be tedious, costly, insecure and even sometimes unreliable. However, with the advent of platforms like Heroku, deployment on the cloud is being widely adopted and it is…

SPEED!

Web Acceleration with Varnish 3.0

In this article we’ll setup a ready-to-deploy WordPress-compatible Varnish service as our HTTP reverse caching proxy, and have it cache the desktop and mobile themes separately. Our original WordPress recipe had a place…

Speed up your cloud

Speed up Your Cloud with Memcached

Is your website running into performance bottlenecks? Does the database or backend feel like a really expensive resource, even though you’ve got a huge cluster set up to improve parallel processing? Read on…

Yay! FreeBSD 9.

FreeBSD 9.0 — Fast, Safe and Completely Geeky

Yes, I know, we’re kind of late in getting this article out, but that’s because there was a lot of things that were added in that we were too busy playing with, to…

Preparing a Debian-based LEMP server

WordPress on Nginx, Part 1: Preparing VPS the Debian Way

In this first part, we deal with the LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack recipe and set up the basic server after installing the required packages. It started off thus: The theme developer…

IPCop Add-ons

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 2: Add-ons

A basic installation of IPCop provides minimum firewall functionality such as a proxy, compatibility with various Internet connections, port forwarding, IPSec VPN, etc. To convert it into a complete Unified Threat Management (UTM)…

Manish Singh, senior Linux administrator, CNN-IBN

CNN-IBN’s Rocking Affair with PostgreSQL

Developers and companies that build or deploy software solutions for websites that have to be available 24/7 can rely on fool-proof open source database as a cost-effective alternative to proprietary enterprise database solutions….

DeliGate, a Proxy

DeleGate — A Multi-platform, Multipurpose Proxy Server

A proxy server works as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. There are various types of proxy servers. In this article, we will briefly discuss one of them,…

Better queries with MySQL

Better Queries with MySQL, Part 2

Last month, we created a simple table with an index. The idea was to understand how indexes work in MySQL. For this, we populated the table with 100 rows, and ran EXPLAIN with…

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