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In the release of Debian 9 MariaDB became the default RDBMS. Let's have a quick overlook of their main properties and main differences.
Storing your data in the cloud is really handy, but obviously have it's downsides as well. Check out this post if you want to look over the weak points and what to look for. Store your data safely.
The importance of improving your website’s loading times doesn’t need any explanation. Long loading time not only frustrates the users, but also hurts SEO, get your website's speed to the next level. Thankfully there are a few methods, that can help you optimizing your site, to be much faster for the users.
There are a lot of properties to check if you are looking for a VPS. Take your time to check your options. Make good decisions during the process, because you can loose a lot of time if you need to transfer to another provider.
For the not so skilled users, who want to make a website there are some great options to do so. There exists site building services, offering intuitive drag and drop interfaces, widgets and CSSs to create the website you want the least painful way.
You don't know when to upgrade your server as your website grows? Let us help you. Most websites launch using a Shared Hosting option. It is the cheapest, the easiest to manage and requires little knowledge to maintain. But if your website grows, there will be a time when you need to upgrade.
A content management system is a computer application that supports the creation and modification of digital content. Some say there is no wrong choice, you can build your website with any of these, but of course they are different and one may be optimal for your unique needs.
When you host your website there are many options you can go for. In this guide we cover the types of servers you can host on and the main differences between them. Distinguish easily shared hosting and a virtual private server to identify what you need.
In this guide you can read a quick definition of virtual private servers and how they work.