The announcement of Red Hat Enterprise Linux that it is taking its collaboration with MongoDB into a whole new level may not be as exciting as say, Samsung’s announcement of a new phone model. But for users of identity management systems, the news is very important for a lot of reasons. For one, deeper collaboration between the two companies marks a growing trend of large-scale data service, especially as far as established brands are concerned. Industry insiders are seeing the move as a positive one for the sector as well as for future developments.
Databases are important components of any computer program alongside the coding and execution. Programmers use relational databases configured according to key data sets to make an operation faster and easily accessible. Coined by Edgar Codd, an IBM engineer some time back, efficient, easily accessible relational databases are a must to any system, whether part of a single machine-based operation, a small enterprise or a large corporation.
Virtual Private Servers, though not a brand new technology, have gathered steam in recent years, with several web service providers utilizing virtual private servers for better performance and cost cutting. Virtual private servers, also known as cloud servers, can help a startup web business with low cost, high performance solutions, while keeping up a quality of the service.
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VPS.NET Autohealing - Our cloud infrastructure is designed for reliability, with built in redundancies on every level. Enjoy the protection of the cloud knowing hardware failure won't crash your site.
VPS.NET Autoscaling - Easily add and remove resources to your cloud server without any waiting period. Scale up or scale down; as you need, when you need.
VPS.NET PAYU - Only pay for what you need. Don't be caught up by fixed price contracts. You can have the flexibility to scale as needed.
We all like nice surprises and the best sort of surprise is getting more than you bargained for! Today we are pleased to announce a FREE upgrade of all nodes to 512MB across all of our clouds, for you, our valued customers. To activate this entirely free upgrade, just log in to the control panel (https://control.vps.net), and reboot your server(s) and all of your nodes should now be set to 512MB. Any new nodes you purchase will also be 512MB.
With this increased capacity your server will be faster and more functional at no extra cost. A few of our clouds (listed below) we will be upgrading in the coming 1-2 weeks, at which point we will email you saying the upgrade is available, if your server is on one of these clouds, your nodes won't be upgraded just yet, but don't worry, its coming soon!
(Atlanta) - Zone A, D, E
(Chicago) - Zone A
(London) - Zone G,K
(Salt Lake City) - Zone D,E,F
(Tokyo) - Zone A
Also remember that any nodes you buy today are half price for the next 3 months. This offer will only be around a few more days so act quickly to grab a great deal. You can also get $40 in account credits for any new customers you refer. Just give them your client ID to use as a voucher code when they sign up, and we'll credit your account once they've been with us for 70 days.
We'd like to thank you for choosing VPS.NET & we look forward to serving you in the future.
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With summer now drawing to a close for us in the northern hemisphere, it's time to start drawing the curtains a little earlier and spending a bit more time indoors. So, what to do with all of this new spare time? How about trying out a couple of new VPS.NET products?
These products will be going live on our website in the coming weeks, but we're giving our loyal blog visitors an exclusive sneak peak before anyone else.
Based off our customer feedback survey carried out earlier in the year we had a number of requests for a pure WordPress cloud. We listened and deployed it for you. Starting at just $20/mo our WordPress cloud offers 3 levels of awesomeness.
PHP is a web language used for website development, and currently one of the most popular among web developers. Facebook, like a lot of other popular websites, also uses PHP for its development. However, as an interpreted language, one drawback that comes with PHP is that the source code is executed by the processor, rendering it slower than C++ and other related languages.
To counter this problem, Facebook introduced the HipHop Virtual Machine, the first of Facebook's attempts to accelerate PHP execution and reduce response time for the code. The HipHop Virtual Machine, or HHVM, is actually the next generation of Facebook-developed compiler HipHop, which was designed to convert PHP codes on its site into C++, thus making the interpretation process faster.
When working with a Linux server, issues occur. The system may experience slow downs, or database failures. There are several methods of fixing these issues. You can print messages or use a debugger; and if your experienced enough you can make a few educated guesses to fix the problem. But whatever you do, you have to find the source of the problem in order to fix it. So, if an application continually crashes you want to find the line of code that causes it; once found you can figure out why the error occurred. The following tools can all help to speed up your detection of the problem.
We’ve always had a huge focus to interact easily with you and social media is a great resource to make communicating faster and simpler! By following us on the various social media platforms, you will have another way to ask us questions, get updates on the latest and greatest techie info, and also hear about company updates.
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Google + has some strengths that many may not fully understand or utilize. One of its many benefits is something called circles. Circles allow you to organize your contacts into separate groups. For example, you may decide you want your family members to be in one group, and then your coworkers in another. Google + makes it easier than ever!
Twitter is a great way to ask us questions and expect fast responses. Whether you have questions about our services or need us to look up a ticket for you, Twitter makes connecting with us simple and fast. We always have employees standing by to assist you. Watch and see; follow us at @VPSNET.
By subscribing to us on Facebook, you will always be up to date on what is going on with the web hosting world. Keeping you posted with the latest techie news is not the only thing you will get form following us on Facebook, you can also ask us any questions or voice your concerns at any time. We love interacting with you and want to be able to assist your needs whenever necessary.