In this article, we will be discussing how to install Multiple PHP Versions on Ubuntu 16.04. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS servers assign the PHP 7.0 version by default. Although PHP 5.6 is currently EOL (end of life) as of December of 2018, some applications may not be compatible with PHP 7.0. For this tutorial, we instruct on how to switch between PHP 7.0 and PHP 5.6 for Apache and the overall default PHP version for Ubuntu.
In the second part of our review, we will be looking at the Web Server, FTP Server, SSH Server and lastly the Mail Server sections of the InterWorx main menu and comparing them to the available options in WHM. Let’s start with the System Services menu.Continue reading “Interworx vs. cPanel: Part 2”
In this next series of articles, we will be doing a side by side comparison of the main features of both InterWorx/SiteWorx vs. cPanel/WHM. We offer this information to assist our clients in choosing the right product to fit their needs. Let’s dive right in…
Home ScreensContinue reading “Interworx vs. cPanel: Part 1”
Evaluating Single-Tenant vs. Multi-Tenant Software
Today, we will be discussing the differences between Single Tenant and Multi-Tenant hosted software. In the overall scheme of SaaS delivery models, the meaning of “Tenant” is specifically utilized to denote a “customer”. So, in essence, when we say Single Tenant or Multi-Tenant, we are stating Single customer, or Multi-customer SaaS hosted software.Continue reading “What is Single Tenant vs Multi-Tenant Software?”
What is Tomcat?
Apache Tomcat installs several Java Enterprise Edition specs including Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java EL, and WebSocket. It provides for a “pure Java” HTTP web server environment in which Java code can run.
Tomcat 9 is the latest version of Apache’s Tomcat service and can easily be installed on Windows to serve as a convenient way to run Java.
There are many features and tools that Tomcat 9 has to offer that can make the deployment of web pages more manageable, including the use of JavaServer Pages.
Have you ever wondered how Python web applications work on an Apache or NGINX web server? The answer is WSGI or Web Server Gateway Interface.
Python is rapidly gaining in popularity for various web applications and software options. WSGI is one of the numerous powerful frameworks that are enabling this forward-looking acceptance. You may be new to Python web applications and wondering how this type of application is deployed in a production environment or you may have already used this type of framework previously, but want to know more about what WSGI is.Continue reading “What Is WSGI?”
In this guide, we will compare Serverless Computing versus Function As A Service (FaaS). We will be discussing some of the similarities as well as some of the differences between the two options.
In the early 2000s, when building a web application or service, a full team was needed to develop, deploy, configure, and maintain the software. Many companies performed all of these tasks in house. The decisions they often faced included:Continue reading “Serverless vs. FaaS: A Beginner’s Guide”
cURL is a Linux command that is used to transfer multiple data types to and from a server. It operates utilizing the libcurl library, which allows it to use the following protocols to move information:Continue reading “Fun With Curl”
This article outlines the process of configuring a server for Python 3 web applications with Apache 2.4 using mod_wsgi.
What is mod_wsgi?
Mod_wsgi is an Apache module that allows Python web applications to function on a server. This module provides a web framework for Flask, Django, and other Python based frameworks to operate within a production environment on a server.Continue reading “Configuring WSGI on Ubuntu/Centos”
Installing Linux software from the commandline can save you time, money, and make life easy – if you know what you’re doing! This article is a brief overview of how the commandline operates on Linux distributions.
Once we have learned how the commandline works, we will move on to installing, removing, and updating our software packages VIA the commandline with yum. To get started, let’s begin by making sure we understand what the commandline does.