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How Capistrano different from Puppet and Chef ?

Automation is the best way to manage large scale systems and servers. While doing updates or applying patches, it is difficult to manage hundreds or thousands of servers. Installing patches and updates to each and every server is time consuming and tedious. It demands allocation of more human resources. In cluster like solutions, same configuration… Read more »

Video CDN in Modern Hosting premises

A Video Content Delivery Network delivers live and on-demand, high-quality videos to web-connected devices over a large geographically dispersed network of servers. The major strength of Video CDN is the caching concept. When a viewer submits a request, the server caching content near the user’s location delivers the video. This will accelerate the delivery. Aside… Read more »

Puppet to automate risks

Puppet is a free software written in Ruby and is designed to manage configuration and automate tasks. Puppet uses a declarative Ruby-like Domain-Specific Language (DSL) in its command-line environment and works on major Linux, Unix and Windows systems. The two solutions for which Puppet is used for are configuration management and data centre automation. In… Read more »

Tails for privacy and anonymity

Tails or The Amnesic Incognito Live System is a security-focused, debian-based Linux distribution aimed at preserving privacy and anonymity. It helps in using internet anonymously and circumventing censorship on the move, without leaving any traces unless explicitly ask for. Here all connections to the internet are diverted through Tor network. It uses state-of-the-art cryptographic tools… Read more »

Scalability of Hosting Solution and its impact on the website

A website helps an entrepreneur to connect his business to the world through the medium of Internet. But some of the impending hurdles come in the form of finding a creative web developer, a suitable hosting package, and a professional team to manage the website. Once the website development is complete, it is imperative to… Read more »

Qubes OS for security

Qubes is a highly secured Open Source operating system, which allows in creating multiple instances inside the desktop computing environment and helps in browsing trusted and untrusted sites using different virtual machines. Qubes 1 was introduced in September 2012 and later in September 2014, the Qubes team had released the second version, which was equipped… Read more »


In the modern world, continuous deployments are required for software production. With prominent industries around us, Openstack has a definite potential to stay. Openstack is an open source platform that lets you combine computing, networking and storage systems within a single platform. The cloud based system is well appreciated as it is designed for horizontal… Read more »

Before choosing a Gaming server

With innovation in technology online games are now challenging traditional games like Cricket and Football, when it comes to popularity. Both kids and grownups can play online games using smartphones or computers against anyone from any part of the world. Yes, online gaming has come of ages. When creative game developers are looking for innovative… Read more »


You must be aware of different types of databases. Here, let’s discuss about time-series database. This software is used for handling time series data. It can be used to store log and sensor data indexed over time. With the arrival of internet of things, logging of events is required across multiple applications. A number of… Read more »

OSIRIS for web portals via P2P

Osiris Serverless Portal System commonly known as Osiris sps or Osiris, is a program used to create web portals via peer to peer networking (P2P) and autonomous centralized servers. Osiris is available for Linux Operating Systems and Microsoft Windows. For publishing information on the internet like blogs, content management systems or forums the data of… Read more »

Now Vim comes with a change

Mr. Bill Joy, the co-founder of Sun Microsystems and BSD Unix, founded Vim after he failed to find a text editor tool in 1976. Emacs which was available then simply couldn’t meet his needs. When people with less technical knowledge rely on graphical interface of text editors, program developers prefer Vim or Emacs text editor… Read more »

Virtualization: A necessity in modern hosting

Mainframe computers launched in the late 1950s are considered as the pioneers of Virtualization. Although virtualization has considerably advanced over the last 60 years, the driving need for this technology was always relevant from then. Its importance lies in the fact that, IT professionals always prefer controlled, secured and centralized management of computing environments in… Read more »