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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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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We can define the Internet of Things (IoT) as a collection of various hardware and software devices and tools connected on one or multiple networks on the Internet. With an ever-increasing number of connected devices on the IoT networks, ensuring optimal IoT security is vital for tools and businesses to remain functional.

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Types of VMware Disks

Posted on by Ronald Caldwell | Updated:
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VMware virtual machines (VMs) function like physical servers. The hard disk space is where the operating system (OS), applications, files, and other information lives. However, VMware virtual disks have storage options beyond that of physical servers.

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What is GitHub?

GitHub is a commonly used software development platform for storing and maintaining software. It hosts over 200 million repositories from 3 million organizations like Airbnb, Netflix, Instacart, and Lyft. But when Microsoft acquiring GitHub in 2018, some wondered if there were any other options out there. In this article, we will tell you about the top 5 alternatives available to GitHub.

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Object-based storage provides a cost-effective, scalable, and durable storage solution for substantial amounts of data. In addition, it adds levels of scalability and efficiency for vast quantities of data that block storage cannot achieve without sacrificing durability and performance. First, let’s look at what object storage is and how it works. Then we’ll review some benefits and use cases.

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Cloud Commerce Customer FAQ

Posted on by Andrej Walilko
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Fortran is a general-purpose computer programming language that is especially suited to scientific computing problems.

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Liquid Web’s Incident Management Process

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Incident Management is the process of managing the lifecycle of all incidents, with the primary objective of returning systems to their working state as quickly as possible. Using ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) guidelines, Liquid Web developed and follows our own Incident Management Process. This process covers all of our organization’s components, both customer-facing and internal. 

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