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There isn't anything wrong with one webserver running a vhost for production and a vhost for staging. But if you do so, you need to understand the limitations of what you are doing. You need sufficient isolation between the two. The login used to deploy to the staging vhost must not be able to modify production in any way. If the site only contains static ...


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Whether it is OK to host both staging and production on the same VPS is entirely up to yourself. There's certainly no laws prohibiting it, but depending on your situation there may be very good reasons for not doing it. From what you are saying, I am assuming that you will be hosting many different websites on your production setup. In my own experience, ...


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Please note that OVH now offers images supporting Docker for this VPS service: http://www.ovh.co.uk/vps/operating-system.xml#Dev You can install the following distributions on your VPS: * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 14.04) * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 15.04) You will have to reinstall your VPS though, and I don't know which version of Docker they support.


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WordPress is a very light weight application. It is capable to be hosting on any share hosting environment (Windows or Linux). Based on our experience, we strongly recommend combination of CloudLinux + LiteSpeed Web Server + Pure SSD hosting to run your WordPress website ... 1) Hosting on Pure SSD (Solid State Drive) servers SSD drives have 100 times ...


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You'll need to do two things: configure the MTA on your webserver to relay mail to your mail server. Then, make sure your mail server is configured to allow your webserver to relay mail.


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Wordpress and general PHP websites don't really have any 'special' requirements. A typical shared hosting account running on a LAMP base is the most common option in the world. If you encounter performance problems then you can rent a dedicated server or a VPS and run your own LAMP web server on it. LAMP means Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP and is the foundation ...


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This is completely dependant on your application load and availability requirements. AWS is just like any other virtual server environment. You need Windows servers to host windows apps and linux servers to host linux apps, thats just different types of instances on EC2, the specification of which will be dependant on your budget and/or performance/scaling ...


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I would suggest you that you must cancel the order and order new certificate with new CSR and it must contains the www. version domain name. RapidSSL offers www and non-www support when you generate certificate for www veresion, so cancel your current order and re-issue your certificate with new CSR.


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In addition to what answered by @Gabriel-Talavera, I'd add a couple of notes: Network routing, as well as Geographical Load Balancing, is totally unrelated to "data synchronization" between different servers. They are two problems addressed with plenty of very different technologies. As the title of your question seems to be focused on the networking ...


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You can give selective DNS responses based on location with BIND Views if you are using BIND as your external DNS server. The Technical Preview of the new version of Windows Server also has a feature called DNS Policies which looks very promising. To serve content based on client location and other criteria such as User Agent or schedules, F5 has an ...



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