Securing a Server

This post will cover securing a Linux server. Back in the day, I started with Red Hat 6 and Slackware 4; I still have a book from when I was learning Red Hat 6. I also ended up learning FreeBSD, but I’ll save that story for another post. I’m not claiming to be an expert in server security, but if you follow these tips, it’ll be a good start in the right direction. [Read More]

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 web developers job is when their site goes down, and they don’t have control over bringing it back up. Bluehost (Endurance International Group) could be a lot better, but they overload their servers and see a lot of down time. [Read More]