Learn how to set up a basic HTTP authentication system. This will allow you to password protect particular directories on your website, so that they can only be accessed after logging in with a username and password.
For years, Apache had been the uncontested go-to web servers and comprised the basis of most websites published in the World Wide Web. The increasing technical requirements of modern web projects and the growing demands and expectations of internet users has brought on a sea change of sorts. Alternatives like NGINX are becoming ever more popular and are slowly creeping up on the classic server...
PostgreSQL is an open source object-relational database system with over 15 years of active development and a reputation for reliability. Learn how to install PostgreSQL on Windows Server 2016.
The Webalizer is a free, open source application for analyzing Apache log files. It provides highly detailed and configurable web usage reports in an HTML format which you can view in a browser. Learn how to install The Webalizer on a Cloud Server, and configure the server to automatically run this application at regular intervals in order to update the statistics.
Learn how to improve your website's performance by setting up HTTP content caching in Apache. Apache is capable of several kinds of caching, including key/value and file caching. This tutorial will focus on basic HTTP content caching, which is the most commonly used form of caching with Apache.
The Apache web server is the most popular web server due to its power and versatility. However, as traffic to your website scales, Apache performance can become a significant issue for your visitors. Learn three easy ways to improve the performance of your Apache web server.
Google PageSpeed modules are a free collection of Apache web server modules which are designed to optimize a website's performance. Learn how to install and enable Google PageSpeed modules on a Cloud Server with Linux.
Learn how to optimize MySQL/MariaDB performance in order to improve database response time and minimize server overhead.
While working on a Linux system the command line is frequently used. Many administrative tasks require you to find files and directories based on specific criteria. In doing so, Linux admins are accustomed to using the find command. Here, we’ll show you how the command works and how to use it as a handy tool.
Defragmenting can speed up your hard disk and boost your computer’s performance – that used to be the case. Modern file systems and SSD data carriers make defragmentation almost superfluous and can even be more harmful than beneficial. Windows 10 takes care of this once time-consuming process automatically in the background, without users noticing any delay.