Have you ever wanted to review past updates or roll back an update that broke your sites or negatively affected some aspect of your server’s operations? Well, you can accomplish this easily by using the yum history command.Continue reading “How To Use The YUM History Command”
This article outlines the process of configuring a Dedicated 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 clustered server environment on a group of servers.Continue reading “Configuring WSGI on Ubuntu/Centos”
Installing Linux software from the command line 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 command line operates on a RedHat or CentOS-based Linux distribution, or even within a server cluster.
Once we have learned how the command line works, we will move on to installing, removing, and updating our software packages via the command line with yum. To get started, let’s begin by making sure we understand what the command line does.
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Containerization is a technology that is taking the IT world by storm! It’s no surprise considering the considerable benefits of shifting to a container based deployment.
Today we’ll be discussing the top benefits of containers, and why you might want to consider containers for your next web app. Let’s dig in!Continue reading “The Benefits Of Containerization”
What is SSMS?SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is a free Windows application to configure, manage, and administer Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL). SSMS includes an Object Explorer to view and interact with databases and other elements, a Query window to write and execute Transact-SQL queries, and script editors for developers and administrators. Continue reading “How to Setup and Use Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio”
What is Redis?
Redis or “REmote DIctionary Server” is defined as an open source, “key-value” database storage medium, which is additionally known as a data structure server. At its heart, Redis works with key-value pairs and stores data in a location that’s easily referenceable by two specific values. These key-value associations are usually a set of two linked data entries which are made up by a key, which is a unique identifier for a type of data and, the value, which can be either the particular data that is identified or, an indicator to the location of that data.Continue reading “Installing Redis on Ubuntu 16.04/18.04”