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Published on 28 Ago, 2014 by I.Garcia / in Servers
Nginx is a lightning fast a very lightweight HTTP server. Although, it is a little tricky to install and configure if you need something more profesional.You may install nginx in centos just from official repos using yum, but if you need Google's mod_pageSpeed on it, you need to compile it from sources.We are compiling it from sources using 1.6 version and enabling gzip and SSL for https secure...
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Published on 17 Ene, 2014 by I.Garcia / in Servers
This tutorial is meant to customise and secure the postfix and dovecot mail servers installed with Plesk 11 on Centos 6.We are covering the next points:Change Max connections settingsSecure and avoid spammingCustomize error and bounce messagesChange the SSL certificateChanging max connections to allow several computers from a same office IP address: vi /etc/courier...
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Published on 22 Dic, 2013 by I.Garcia / in Servers
According to a recent study from The NPD “Digital Software and the Cloud Report”,  a market research company, just 22 percent of U.S. consumers were familiar with the term “cloud computing,” which denotes software applications or processes that are accessed from the Internet, rather than on personal computer hard drives. While the term “cloud computing” is still confusing to many cons...
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Published on 17 Dic, 2013 by I.Garcia / in Servers
As year ends, our team starts thinking about next year tendencies and business strategy, this are our predictions on Cloud Computing for 2014.1. Enterprise-buyer demand fuels cloud consolidation.Well past the "dipping their toes in" stage with cloud-native apps, enterprises are now accelerating the migration of business-critical applications to the cloud. They will demand more complete, mature ...
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