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A database server is a database server; regardless of where it's sitting. It's fairly easy to just repoint a line of code to a new database server. As with any technology related investments, you have to consider the following: latency; how much tolerance can your app or your company manage? performance; will the replacement solution provide enough ...


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Performance will never be the same because you local server is a few feet away I suppose. Even if your hosted server is on the same city, you still need to take in consideration the time it takes every request to get to the server. Also, bandwidth will have a small effect too. Moving to a dedicated server might decrease TCP (network) latency a little, ...


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Fail2ban is not just for ssh brute-force attacks. If you have Apache, Postfix, Dovecot or other services supported by Fail2ban then you can protect those services. You can even create your own filters and rules that match your specific need, for example a Java webapp that logs to file the failed login attemps can ban the ip every 10 retry in the last 5 ...



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