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PostgreSQL time!

A Telecom Service Provider Handles Huge Volumes of Data Using PostgreSQL

A telecom service provider searching for a scalable database solution to handle a humongous database, found its answer in PostgreSQL. Siddhartha Singh, one of the EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL contest winners, shares with the LINUX…

Bible

The Comperhensive LAMP Guide, Part-1: Compiling and Optimising Apache

These days, almost everyone needs a website. Online business is picking up, and an Internet presence is a must for firms wanting to expand their business. If you’re the freelance Web designer or…

Turnkey to LAMP

Turnkey: Build LAMP Server in Under 10 Minutes

Many of us have wanted to work on our own homemade Linux Web server, but struggled due to the lack of appropriate versions, and the knowledge to set up PHP support or evenĀ …

The rack

Ganglia for Monitoring Clusters

With the size of an organisation’s infrastructure increasing, monitoring is becoming a challenge. Ganglia presents itself as a very good solution when it comes to cluster-based monitoring, and analysing the available data. Monitoring…

Drupal module development

A Quick-Start Practical Guide to Drupal Module Development

In this article, we attempt to build a simple module by learning some basics of the Drupal Module Core. You can extend Drupal by developing your own modules to suit your applications’ needs….

Secured!

Securing Apache, Part 9: Attacks that Target PHP-based Instances

Beginning with Part 1 of this series, we have covered all major attacks on Web applications and servers, with examples of vulnerable PHP code. In this article, we will cover those attacks that…

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….

Ctrl + F

Get that Search Button Working with Apache Solr!

Search is probably the most important component of an application when it comes to finding valuable data, and that is precisely what Solr has been made for. Let this article guide you with…

Web frameworks

All You Need to Know About Web Application Frameworks

Jargon fills our everyday lives on the Internet. The days when HTML and JavaScript used to be “cool” technologies are long gone. They are still very much an underlying part of the Net,…

Locked!

Securing Apache, Part 7: Fool-proofing the Server OS

Moving deeper into Web application and Apache security, let’s now focus on OS commanding attacks, and those that lead to the disclosure of crucial information and server directory paths. The attacks described below…

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