Server Management


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Slow load times aren’t always caused by server bottlenecks, but your user’s experience can still be badly impacted by your server response time. It does make a difference. In some cases, your website’s performance can be threatened by the load times of your server. If you haven’t already, it is crucial for you to start investing in optimizing your response time. How do you define server response times? Well, to begin with, server response time, also known as SRT, stands for the amount of time it takes to elicit a response by......

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It is a complex process to keep a tab of performance, utilization as well as all the maintenance issues that might occur. As you establish your infrastructure, more complications from components like messaging, server, authentication, database, come out of the woodworks. Dealing with a couple of servers can easily be handled manually. However, when the number is somewhere in the hundreds or thousands, a tool is needed to save you time and manpower. Administrative tasks such as configuration, installation, patching, monitoring, and many more can be sped up using a smart tool.......

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Tips to Secure Your Linux Server (part 1)

Linux is a world-renowned operating system used in web-facing computers. Netcraft’s data from August 2019 suggests that Linux runs on approximately 75% of servers. The internet is powered by Linux. The digital world belongs to Linux since its conception, and its hold is still ironclad. Hence, to keep your data protected, Linux server security is the key. Additional authority is a well-deserved reward for accommodating the added inconvenience of securing your Linux servers. It is not a herculean task to secure your servers. Knowing simple Linux server security and Linux hardening can......

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A company maintaining servers for their information database often runs the risk of losing data when the possibilities for technology failure are not mitigated. These data losses often result to large financial detriments to a business. For instance, a clothing company may keep data about its customer base which it accumulated for 5 years. As a basis for new designs, this customer database may be the information foundation of their design team. The loss of such data could cost them revenue advantages over their competitors over time. This is why server management......

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