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After having purchased a VPS, many people think about choosing the right operating system for their virtual server. The choice, of course, falls on Linux. One of the advantages of Linux over Windows is that it is an Open Source operating system. In contrast to Windows, Linux does not prevent users from keeping track of the software. Due to this, the operating system has a large online community.
FreeBSD is a free open source Unix-like operating system. Over its lifetime the operating system has become popular as a server platform. One of the most important features of FreeBSD is its reliability as a virtual server.
The Internet needs a revolution. You may have noticed that the current model of the Internet is compromised: there is no anonymity or freedom of posting anymore. In some places, state controls to restrict access to certain sites or entire domains are in full swing, and in other places, restrictions are due to censorship that is imposed locally due to laws and regulations.
Creating a server, whether it is a home server for your own needs or a commercial one, is a step-by-step process. At some point, you will need to choose a hosting panel for the operational maintenance and management of many sites.
Every business needs a well-designed database management tool. Finding a well-organized and functional system that allows employees to perform database-related tasks with ease is critical to the success of a business.
One can go down in history in different ways. One can lead the anti-Hitler coalition, become W. Churchill or F. Roosevelt. One can develop the Special Theory of Relativity, the quantum theory of the photoelectric effect, as well as make a number of other revolutionary scientific discoveries, becoming Einstein. One can discover penicillin and save hundreds of millions of people from scarlet fever, staphylococcus aureus, angina, and other diseases that today we can easily cope with through antibiotics. And become Alexander Fleming, go down in history as one of the greatest microbiologists of the era.
Modern infrastructure does not exist without microservices and containers. These technologies are great when it comes to running an application in processes isolated from resources. Docker has become a household name when it comes to containerization management. It's an application that makes it easy to manage application processes in containers.
When a browser or search robot contacts the server with a request, it automatically receives a certain status code in response. Every HTTP status code is three-digit and can range from 100 to 526. The range is occasionally expanded to describe some new states, but it happens infrequently, so the server response codes described in this article will be enough in 99% of cases.
A firewall is a network security system that filters all traffic according to preset principles and rules. If you imagine a server as a small apartment building, the Firewall is a diligent guard, which monitors the order day and night and does not let in anyone who arouses even the slightest suspicion.
If a user is thinking about creating a website or a blog, they will certainly be confronted with the choice of a website content management system. Resources, which the owner of the future web portal will encounter in the process of getting acquainted with popular CMS, give a comparative analysis on behalf of webmasters and ordinary users. But there is little information about which system is best for developers. In this article, we'll go deeper into the features of two CMSs – Joomla and Drupal. We will make a technical comparison of the systems, consider their features and understand the difference in approaches to code implementation.