A modern business’ stability and efficiency depend largely on the continuous operation of its IT infrastructure. Unfortunately, maintenance and operating expenses can be quite high, especially for small and medium-sized businesses.
To cut costs, many companies are now looking to IT outsourcing: instead of purchasing their own equipment, companies rent from a data center and hire professionals to maintain it.
For this to be beneficial from an organizational and financial standpoint, the technical side of things needs to be thoroughly thought out.
Today we’re going to look at how we can build a ready-made infrastructure from a virtual device using the OpenStack orchestration module, Heat.
Heat requires the python-heat package, which is included in the repositories of most Linux systems. It can be installed from the PyPI repository using the PIP utility. Installation instructions can be found under Access in the control panel (Control Panel -> Virtual Private Cloud -> Projects -> Access).
In light of recent international data leaks, users have started paying a lot more attention to information security. As a result, partners and potential clients have been asking me more and more, “How do you protect your clients’ data?”
Today, we’ll be talking about hosting static sites in Cloud Storage. More specifically, we’ll be looking at how they can be set up and optimized.
From a user’s point of view, one of the most important criteria for a site is its load time. If a site takes too long to load for one reason or another, it will lose visitors who simply don’t want to wait. To increase a site’s speed, optimization must occur.
Below are some of our tips for optimizing static sites in Cloud Storage and decreasing load times.
Web projects rely heavily on their Internet connection; no online service today can function normally without good bandwidth. Overlooking the speed and quality of your Internet connection can lead to serious consequences: loss of users, damaged reputation, lack of revenue, etc.
As you know, there are two main kinds of bandwidth: guaranteed and non-guaranteed (a.k.a. shared). Let’s take a closer look at each of these.
As we are always striving to update and improve the quality of our services, we take our users’ suggestions and requests into careful consideration. This is what led us to create our Linux server administration service packages.