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Features to Simplify Your Cloud Hosting Comparison

Adnan Raja February 5, 2016 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Which cloud hosting provider is the best option out there? When you look at infrastructure-as-a-service companies, you will find that the public cloud offered through Atlantic.Net is stronger than those of major competitors including AWS, Digital Ocean, Linode, and Rackspace.

  • Cloud Hosting Comparison
  • Features at Atlantic.Net
  • The Choice is Simple

Cloud Hosting Comparison

Every cloud provider out there wants to differentiate itself from the competition. The fact is that some companies try to outperform their rivals primarily through branding and becoming a recognized name rather than by developing a truly higher-quality product. That’s why you see disappointment in many cloud hosting reviews.

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Why should you use Elasticsearch distributed NoSQL database?

Are you trying to decide whether or not Elasticsearch might be right for your company? Here is a look at its benefits.

  • What is Elasticsearch?
  • Features
  • One Programmer’s Perspective
  • Strong Elasticsearch Hosting

What is Elasticsearch?

Elasticsearch is a full-text, distributed NoSQL database. In other words, it uses documents rather than schema or tables. It’s a free, open source tool that allows for real-time searching and analyzing of your data. People appreciate this system because it allows you to run metrics on your data immediately, so you can understand it right away, on an ongoing basis.

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Why Deis and what is it?

Adnan Raja January 12, 2016 by under Development 0 Comments

Do you want to join the era of open platform-as-a-service? Adopted by Mozilla among others, Deis is one option that combines the strengths of Docker and Chef.

  • Groundwork of Deis
  • DevOps & NoOps
  • Born from Docker
  • Decision to Transition to Chef
  • Hats Off to Heroku
  • Deis on the Rise
  • Commercial Support Now Available
  • Deis Hosting from Industry-Leading Cloud

Groundwork of Deis

If you are a developer, it’s nice to see all the different types of environments and tools that are becoming available to automate the implementation of apps and to manage infrastructural components. With the nuts and bolts handled, it’s becoming easier to really focus squarely on innovation.

One way to leverage new technologies to improve the lives of developers is via platform as a service (PaaS). This form of cloud computing give them an ecosystem that creates distinction between the program and the OS.

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Ansible: A Two-Year Case Study

Sam Guiliano January 8, 2016 by under Development 0 Comments

Are you interested in finding a new configuration management system? Here are some thoughts from one system administrator’s two years of experience with Ansible.

  • The Search for Easy Configuration
  • Why Ansible over Chef, Puppet & SaltStack?
  • Uses
  • A Few Tips from Experience
  • Cloud from Infrastructure Experts

The Search for Easy Configuration

If you are trying to figure out which configuration management system would work best for you, you may have SaltStack, Puppet, or Chef on your list. We all develop our comfort zones with certain tools, and it can sometimes be a little confusing to figure out which of a variety of environments is best.

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Why Use October CMS?

Sam Guiliano December 10, 2015 by under Development, WordPress 0 Comments

WordPress is certainly the overwhelming favorite when it comes to content management systems. However, October certainly deserves consideration, especially given its rapid rise in adoption over the past 12 months.

  • Popular Options
  • Skyrocketing Upstart
  • Why Use It, Though?
  • From Consideration to Action

Popular Options

Looking for a content management system (CMS)? WordPress is, of course, incredibly popular. As of December 2, 2015, 43% of websites in the Alexa top 10 million use a CMS, according to W3Techs. Of those that do have a CMS installed, here is the market share for the top ones:

  • WordPress – 58.7% market share
  • Joomla – 6.5%
  • Drupal – 5.0%
  • Magento – 2.9%
  • Blogger – 2.7%

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Quick Docker Facts

Adnan Raja December 2, 2015 by under Development 0 Comments

Docker is on everyone’s minds as a potential way to improve packaging and shipping of applications. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Docker allows for packaging and distribution of applications.
  • Docker isn’t a completely new idea.
  • You don’t have to use Linux.
  • It’s much faster than starting a VM.
  • Virtual machines aren’t yet obsolete.
  • Docker’s adaptation is incredibly fast.
  • Wade before you dive.

Docker has risen to incredible prominence since it was first introduced as an open source project in 2013. In fact, as of March, it was either in use or in the planning stages for  nearly half of companies, notes Forbes. At the time, it had been adopted by more than one in eight companies (13%), while 35% were preparing to implement it.

There’s a tendency to forgive technologies for their weaknesses as they start to become a more standard choice. It’s necessary to look at Docker from all angles.

Here are a few things to understand about this container technology:

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Quarter of all Websites Use WordPress

Brett Haines November 24, 2015 by under Development, WordPress 0 Comments

WordPress is extraordinarily popular, and that’s only becoming truer over time as it now backs one out of four websites. In celebration, WordPress.com gets a makeover.

  • Huge Milestone in WordPress Growth
  • Admin Interface Released
  • New Script in Town
  • One-Click WordPress Cloud Hosting

Huge Milestone in WordPress Growth

One out of every four websites that are currently online were developed using WordPress, according to an analysis released earlier this month by W3Techs. It’s behind 25% of all sites, representing 59% of the ones that use a content management system.

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PostGIS: Case Study of France’s Mapping Agency

Sam Guiliano November 4, 2015 by under Development 0 Comments

What is PostGIS, and how is it used? Let’s take a look at the basics of this tool, how it is used by a major mapping group, and how to seamlessly adopt it yourself.

  • PostGIS – What Exactly Is It?
  • Case study – Institut Géographique National
  • Fast Access to PostGIS

PostGIS – What Exactly Is It?

GIS stands for geographic information system. This type of software is used to organize a dataset via geographical components so you can see the information within space. Essentially, you can request data from a database and have the information presented as a map. This tool may initially sound like it’s only useful for special cases, but datasets often contain critical geographic components, explains Margaret Rouse in TechTarget. Sample applications include meteorology, understanding sales volume in various regions, population assessment, and land-use analysis.

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Why do Startups Prefer LAMP to WAMP?

Sam Guiliano September 24, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments
  • What is LAMP?
  • Affordability
  • Security
  • Smoother Operation
  • Flexibility
  • Use within Enterprises?
  • One-Click LAMP Cloud Hosting

What is LAMP?

A LAMP stack is four pieces of software that are used in combination for open source web development. Components include:

  • L – Linux, the operating system
  • A – Apache, the Web server
  • M – MySQL, the database management system
  • P – PHP, Python, or Perl, the scripting language.

A common variation of this Web stack is a LEMP cloud hosting stack, which replaces Apache with Nginx. You will also frequently see the term WAMP, which replaces Linux with Windows.

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Survey Says: How 267 Developers Use Node.js

Brett Haines September 9, 2015 by under Technology 0 Comments

When a survey was completed earlier this year by 285 developers in 52 nations, 267 of them said they use Node.js. Let’s look at why it is used, who these developers are, and how their companies are benefiting.

  • Why do developers like this runtime environment?
  • Survey: Who are these developers and how are they benefiting?
  • One-click deployment of Node.js

Why do developers like this runtime environment?

Here are five main reasons why coders like Node.js:

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