Month: August 2017

Securing your VPS

Securing your VPS

No matter what your choice is in terms of web hosting, security should be a top priority. You can maybe get away with using a server that has less than 100% uptime or doesn’t perform at an optimal level all the time, but you can never get away with using a server that is not […]

#Tutorial#15 wp-config Code Snippets to Configure Your WordPress

WordPress admin makes it easy to manage configurations without touching a line of code. These basic configuration settings are then stored in the wp-options table inside the database. But, WordPress also has a separate configuration file, called wp-config.php, that can be used for further customizations. Wp-config is the file where your custom hosting data (database […]

Installing and configuring ownCloud on CentOS 7

As the internet evolves to accommodate more and more of our needs and requirements, it also becomes increasingly vulnerable to threats. More and more people learn how to hack their way into databases, storage spaces and generally, all kinds of places where they can find sensitive data that they can exploit so as to serve […]

Using Cron to automate tasks on a Linux VPS

Using Cron to automate tasks on a Linux VPS

The most common way to automate tasks in Linux is through cron jobs. By doing so, you will let the tasks run in the background while you carry on your work, without worrying about manual initialization of any of those tasks. Cron itself is a daemon, or a program running in the background. Cron jobs […]

Four cloud computing trends taking shape in 2017

It’s no secret that cloud computing as an industry is growing at an extraordinary rate. In fact, The latest market analysis from Cisco predicts that global cloud IP traffic will almost quadruple over the next 5 years. [1] This happens because the cloud continues to fundamentally change the way both large enterprises and small businesses […]

Configuring Sphinx on CentOS

Configuring Sphinx on CentOS

As an open-source search engine, Sphinx is a popular choice for those looking to perform searches over large data efficiently. Its high indexing performance, advanced result post-processing, scalability and versatility make it stand out among similar software. To set up Sphinx on a server running CentOS, you’ll need a sudo non-root user and mySQL already […]

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