Tag: digitalocean

S3 Go Proxy

S3 Go Proxy

This is the story of how I wrote an S3 Go Proxy. I was recently working on a project that needed a scalable storage solution. Since I planned on hosting this project on DigitalOcean I originally thought about using Block Storage. While Block Storage is fast, it isn’t easily scalable, […]

Docker Explained for PHP Developers in 2018

Docker Explained for PHP Developers in 2018

This post assumes you have a basic understanding of Docker. But what is a basic knowledge? If you aren’t sure, I suggest you read the Get Started docs, and then you will have a basic understanding of Docker. I’ve read a few posts on Docker for PHP developers. However, it […]

DigitalOcean Spaces – Learn how to use Spaces with PHP

DigitalOcean Spaces – Learn how to use Spaces with PHP

Using DigitalOcean Spaces with your next PHP project is a beautiful idea. Spaces will give you all the hard drive space that you could ever need. This post can help you build your next PHP project with DigitalOcean Spaces. Building out an infrastructure can be a difficult job for anyone, […]

Mounting DigitalOcean Spaces

Mounting DigitalOcean Spaces

I assume you have already created a Space and Droplet on DigitalOcean. If you haven’t, do that now, then come back to this post. In this example, I’m using Ubuntu 16.04. I’ve also pointed a domain to this Droplet and put it behind Cloudflare, so Spaces can act as my […]

DigitalOcean API Client

DigitalOcean API Client

When I went to Davis, WV for Thanksgiving with my family, I started working on a DigitalOcean API Client. I have since started over twice in an attempt to make it better. Getting it to work is not a problem, but making it easy to use can be a challenge. […]

High Availability

High Availability

Websites are fun to make. When I first learned how to build a website, it was an awesome feeling, the world being able to see my page. I still enjoy making websites, and I’m fortunate to have a job doing just that. One of the most frustrating times of any […]