"Web servers" tag
Load balancing?

Layer 7 Load Balancers

Linux has proven itself as a rock-solid operating system platform for industry-leading software appliances and applications, one of which is for load-balancing. As global Internet traffic increases, it demands an increased throughput from…

lighttpd + SQLite

lighttpd & SQLite: A Lightweight Web Server and Database Platform

This article demonstrates the setting up of a lightweight Web server and database platform, using the lighttpd Web server and the SQLite database management system (DMS) instead of the LAMP stack. These two…

The eyeOS desktop

Demystifying the Cloud with eyeOS

It’s another day in your life with technology and you keep hearing people talk about “Cloud this…” and “Cloud that…” or  “Just store it in the cloud!” So what exactly does the term…

File uploads

Secure Upload Methods in PHP

Here’s how to deal with file upload attacks against sites developed in PHP, and how to write more secure code to prevent these attacks. In most Web applications, developers provide upload file functionality…

Google’s load-balancing architecture

‘Featuristic’ Linux Load Balancing with LVS

This article deals with setting up LVS (Linux Virtual Server) for clustering on SUSE. Also discover how it acts as a scalable and high-performance delivery platform — just like an ideal load balancer….

Scan it!

Website Vulnerabilities and Nikto

Nikto is an open source Web server vulnerability scanner that performs comprehensive tests for over 6,100 potentially dangerous files/CGIs, checks for outdated versions of over 950 servers, and for version-specific problems on over…

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