Secure SSL configuration on Apache server

Generation of certificates SSL certificates for over 20 years have been the basic component of a properly configured website hosting service. A critical parameter determining the strength of SSL encryption is the length of the keys used. The longer it is, the more difficult it is to decrypt the transmission between two computers without a…

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What is the difference between InnoDB and MyISAM?

Which database engine to choose when creating a new database? This question is very often asked at the stage of designing a new application or system that will use MySQL database. There are usually two engines to choose from: MyISAM and InnoDB. The first engine is the default mechanism for storing data in older MySQL…

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Replikacja MySQL

What is MySQL replication?

MySQL is very popular as a database for many websites. Over time the database can grow to colossal size. Apart from storing page content (articles, comments, list of users), it also contains settings of the page or application itself. In this case, regular backup becomes a necessity. A large database is also a greater burden…

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Lift and Shift

What is the lift-and-shift approach when migrating to the cloud?

Many organizations decide to migrate their services and infrastructure to the cloud. In this way, they want to reduce server maintenance costs and, above all, ensure scalability and high availability of applications. Unfortunately, the process of moving services to the cloud may prove to be very costly and laborious. Sometimes it turns out that it…

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Continuous Delivery

Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment

“Continuous” is one recurring word that can be heard in discussions about DevOps, where almost everything is continuous. Working with DevOps means continuous integration, continuous implementation or continuous software delivery. So how Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment differ from each other. Let’s take a closer look at the idea of continuity and why…

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What is not DevOps?

For those who have been working with DevOps for years and are heavily involved in this methodology, its growing popularity is as exciting as it will get its first job right after graduation! Well, maybe not as exciting, but still really great. More and more companies of all sizes are opting for DevOps, implementing methodological…

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The twelve-factor app - aplikacja dwunastu czynników

The twelve-factor app

Nowadays, software is widely delivered as a service (web application or SaaS). The twelve-factor app is a methodology that allows you to build such applications in a scalable horizontal way. It includes experience and observations from building a wide range of SaaS applications.

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Jak mierzyć pracę Devops

How to measure Devops work?

Your company now uses the DevOps methodology. You have already integrated development, operation and quality assurance, and have drastically moved away from rapid action and have moved closer to sustainable application development. How do you know how well such a solution works? How do you know if it works at all?

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