Category: Other

The Other category displays the articles and tutorials which don’t quite fit into our other various categories. This may include information about proprietary platforms, tools or the Liquid Web control panels

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Cloud management platforms were created because cloud computing has become almost mandatory for most everyday business use. The CloudStack vs OpenStack battle is not quite consequential, but rather a choice between advanced cloud management platforms that control large amounts of data.

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Exim vs Postfix: A Comparison

Posted on by Lucia Sims | Updated:
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In this day and age, it is not possible to imagine any business environment without email messages. One aspect of setting up an email server for your company that is often overlooked is the selection of your mail transfer agent (MTA). MTA is also an abbreviation for mail transport agent or message transfer agent. No matter what you call it, an MTA plays an important role in everyday mail communication. An MTA is software that is responsible for transferring your electronic mail messages to the correct mail server, which an MTA finds by querying the MX records of the recipient.

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How to Use Material-UI in React

Posted on by Kyle Johnson
Category: Other | Tags: Material-UI, React
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Material-UI is a library of components written in React for building user interfaces. Originally developed to unify the React framework (Facebook) and the Material Design system (Google), the library for Material-UI in React is maintained by an independent company of core developers, supported by community contributors.

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Podman vs Docker: A Comparison

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Containerization has been taking the app development world by storm. In today’s technological landscape, it’s common to hear Docker associated with containers, but there are other options.

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Websites and applications with a large amount of traffic will benefit from load balancing. We will dive into what it is, the methods of load balancing, its benefits, and its uses for load balancing.

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Introduction

Businesses are more reliant than ever on the servers and infrastructure providing connected access to the services they offer. These systems and applications are in constant use and have high demands and expectations for availability using terms like:

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Understanding the Plesk Control Panel

Posted on by Ronald Caldwell | Updated:
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If you are looking for an easy way to manage your web hosting server, Plesk is an excellent option. This article will briefly look at Plesk and highlight some features you may find compelling with the Plesk control panel.

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Companies needing reliable infrastructure can’t always afford the physical servers required for their production environments. By using one or more physical host servers and virtualization, businesses and managed service providers get the infrastructure they need at a more affordable cost.

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A domain is a unique Internet address for websites that is readable by humans. When working with domains and domain name system (DNS) management, it is helpful to understand what is a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). This article will help explain the concept of an FQDN and what makes up a domain name.

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A backup is a duplicate record of computer or server information stored locally on either your computer or server or at an off-site location or separate device. Backups are typically used to restore lost or corrupted data from the secondary location back to the primary generally in the event of a security breach, hardware failure, or natural disaster.

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