Liquid Web’s Server-Side Performance Tops Amazon, Rackspace and DigitalOcean LANSING, Mich. – May 17, 2017 – A study by performance analyst firm Cloud Spectator finds that Liquid Web LLC, a $100 million managed hosting provider, beats rivals Amazon, Rackspace and DigitalOcean when it comes to website and cloud application performance. Liquid Web’s virtual machines (VMs) […]
New, third-party data has been released announcing that Liquid Web has the best VPS hosting when comparing LAMP stack performance! This new performance data shows that Liquid Web’s servers once again outpace equivalent servers at Rackspace, Amazon, and DigitalOcean.
As the most popular database server in web hosting, MySQL is utilized in every industry, from social media to ecommerce. As a database, it is used to store and organize content and data, which may be later used in the dynamic generation of websites and as the backend of web applications. In this MySQL wrap […]
It’s the end of another week and we’re celebrating with a brand new KB Weekly Wrap-Up. Hopefully you’ve been checking in with our newly-designed Knowledge Base to find any helpful articles or how-to’s you might need. In this edition of the Weekly Wrap-Up, we feature instructions on how to update WordPress plugins to protect your […]
As your business or website grows or changes, it is important to remember the key role your virtual private server plays in your success. Even if your VPS seems to be running smoothly, it is always a good time to take a closer look for potential ways to optimize its performance. Often the default settings […]
Our ever-updating Knowledge Base often features helpful how-to’s and explanations for installing, running, and updating different programs and applications on your server. Featured in this edition of our KB Weekly Wrap-Up are Apache2 Modules, MySQL, MongoDB, and glibc (GNU libc).
Have you checked in lately with our Knowledge Base? We’re always adding helpful how-to’s and explanations for our customers. This week we’re featuring instructions on updating Bash, installing mlocate, MySQL/MariaDB, and Apache!
Don’t forget to check in regularly with our Knowledge Base, to which we add helpful, new articles every day. In this edition of our KB Weekly Wrap-Up, we feature step-by-step instructions for installing Logwatch, lsyncd, MySQL/MariaDB, ProFTPD, and Varnish, all on the Fedora 21 operating system.
This week we’ve added more articles to our Knowledge Base explaining how to install applications like MongoDB, ProFTPD, and MySQL / MariaDB on Fedora 20. In addition, this KB Weekly Wrap-Up also features instructions for installing Cassandra Storage Engine for MariaDB on CentOS 7. Check out these articles and more every day at LiquidWeb.com/kb! How […]