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Eliran Ouzan

Eliran Ouzan

Concepteur Web & Expert d’Hébergement


Eliran Ouzan est le Co. fondateur et le concepteur de conseil de centre serveur possède Moonshot Marketing, une importante société de conception et développement de sites Web. Eliran détient une connaissance supérieure sur ce qui définit une bonne société d'hébergement.
Caddy Server, Let’s Encrypt, & Cattle Migration: Rancher to Adopt Kubernetes Native Orchestration

Easy HTTPS Server Settings for Caddy Boosts Users - RancherOS to Abandon Cattle

The Caddy web server package is one of the strongest trending new entries into the data center landscape this year with user rates skyrocketing due to the low installation footprint & ease of configuring HTTPS with Let's Encrypt SSL/TLS certificates. Caddy can be automated with a three line configuration file that makes container orchestration at enterprise scale more efficient. Caddy can be optimized as stack software for loading cloud SaaS/PaaS applications from containers. RancherOS announced this week that they would be discontinuing their own proprietary Cattle application for container orchestration and replacing it with a Kubernetes-native approach. This requires some existing applications using Cattle to be ported & re-coded for future upgrades. Cattle was not adopted widely in data centers globally and has been overrun by Kubernetes market share in the cloud orchestration engine sector. RancherOS will seek to continue popularity as a Docker container solution by specializing in Kubernetes integration with the core distribution package. Systems administrators & web/mobile app developers will be recommended to follow developments in the Rancher ecosystem for using their low-footprint Linux OS in containers. Deploying Caddy is a great solution where multiple domain names or sub-domains need free encryption support on a web server or for Software Defined Networking (SDN) between multi-cloud hardware elements in support of dependent microformat installs.

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Zend Server 2018: PHP 7.2 Support & Framework Comparison

New Release Supports 80+ Extensions w/ Competition from Symfony, Laravel, CakePHP, & CodeIgniter

The latest release of Zend Server 2018 shipped this month with new support for PHP 7.2 on websites. The main advantage of the Zend Server 2018 package is a suite of integrated developer tools for PHP programmers. Currently, Zend Server's position as the industry-leading PHP web programming standard for software development is being challenged by other companies such as Symfony, Laravel, CakePHP, CodeIgniter, & the Yii PHP framework. Zend Server offers the ability to run PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) on Linux for some speed & hardware efficiency advantages at scale. This feature is common in many shared Linux hosting platforms running CentOS & CloudLinux with cPanel to multiple users. One of the main PHP development tools packaged with Zend Server 2018 is Z-Ray, which allows PHP programmers to debug pages in the web/mobile application construction process. Z-Ray has CMS-specific plug-ins for WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, & Magento developers to assist PHP programmers in writing better modules. Zend Server 2018 includes some upgrade to the Memcached, OPcache, Page Cache, & Zend Data Cache extensions for PHP websites. The Zend Server administration also includes improved support for rolling updates of PHP packages to web servers in data centers or elastic cloud cluster architecture. Zend Server 2018 runs on top of any operating system, database, or web server software, such as with LAMP/WAMP/LEMP stack layers & version control tools.

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