We all know the importance of having backups and take backups from databases to user uploaded files when we run a server. There is little new there. If you thinkRead More »
Today we are happy to announce a huge improvement in the way Cloud 66 backups are taken and managed. As a full stack management the Cloud 66 platform has manyRead More »
Creating a PostgreSQL backup is a simple task. You only need to run the below command, and save the result as your backup: $ pg_dump --username=your-user-name --file=output-file dbnameRead More »
So unless you've been living on a desert island, under a rock or as a Trappist monk for the last week, you're likely to have witnessed the surprise success ofRead More »
If you were one of the unfortunate devs who had a stack caught up in the storm-related AWS outage last week, we felt your pain. It just goes to showRead More »
Your web application or mobile API needs a database, so you'll likely be using apt-get install postgres or brew install postgres to get up-and-running on your laptop. When you deployRead More »
Transitioning from a public PaaS involves more than just setting up a server. It involves two key functions: provisioning the infrastructure and implementing the deployment process. It may seem easy,Read More »
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