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CloudLinux Announces KernelCare.com Rebootless Kernel Update Service
Monday, March 24th, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – Leading shared hosting operating system (OS) developer CloudLinux (http://www.cloudlinux.com) announced today the release of KernelCare, a service that allows Linux kernel updates without a reboot. “We’re excited to present KernelCare to the Linux community,” said Igor...

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AxisLayer.com Introduces All New Web Hosting Plans with Unlimited Diskspace & Bandwidth
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – With current service numbers exceeding 4000 domain names and 2000 web hosting offerings, Axislayer has built up some serious pedigree. The soundly established internet hosting service provider’s addition of their affordable Linux hosting plans will give...

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Altibase, Red Hat collaborate to align In-Memory Database Pioneer with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Thursday, January 30th, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – Altibase, a top In-Memory database vendor, announced today that it relies on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, for more than 1,200 global deployments, including mission critical applications. The In-Memory database pioneer...

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OpenStack vs. Windows Azure: Face-Off
Tuesday, January 14th, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Deciding you want a hybrid cloud hosting solution is only the first step on your journey to the cloud. Somewhere along the way, you need to decide what type of cloud platform you want to use. Microsoft offers a very...

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How to Install Packages with Webmin
Monday, December 16th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Webmin is a complete free and open source hosting automation system for managing servers. It provides a graphical interface for most of the tasks you might need to perform as a system administrator. That includes the ability to install software....

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Secure Your WordPress Config File
Thursday, November 21st, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE WordPress is an extremely flexible and powerful content management system that many individuals and organizations rely on for blog hosting, news publications and many other types of websites. Its popularity also means that attackers may target your WordPress site using...

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How to Use Secure Copy (SCP) to Transfer Files to Your Website
Tuesday, September 10th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE There are many ways to transfer files to and from a web server. The most common method is FTP (file transfer protocol), but it is not secure and opens up your website to the possibility of being exploited. Among the...

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Best Practices for Database Password Security
Monday, August 19th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE The stakes are pretty high when it comes to database password security. In many instances, all of a website’s data is stored within one or more databases. If an attacker manages to gain access, all of that data, which may...

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A Basic Hosting Security Checklist
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Web hosting security is not something you can tackle in one sitting. Actually, it is a full-time gig that may even involve some sleepless nights. If you are prepared, however, you can greatly reduce your website’s risk of exposure and...

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A Brief Introduction to OpenStack
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Two trends that have taken off in the IT world are the open source movement and cloud computing. Both have allowed innovations in web hosting that would not have otherwise been possible. OpenStack is a merging of these two trends...

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