Introduction Last month I shared a simple but effective strategy of how to create a Redis Mutex in your Ruby applications to handle cross-process/cross server synchronisation. As a quickRead More »
This blog post will explain how to use Ruby Mutex and synchronise it on many servers. Dip into Ruby Mutex Mayhem and learn from some example code.Read More »
This article aims to help developers create a RealScale Architecture for their midsize web applications that can handle scaling up to one million visitors a day. To find out whatRead More »
This is a short article for developers and ops engineers that need to scale an existing web application that is bigger than just one single server but is not quiteRead More »
Background For those of you who've been reading the tech news there was a linux kernel vulnerability identified last week which goes by the name of Dirty Cow. Essentially theRead More »
A few weeks ago, Sia wrote about configuring your DNS for high availability. Another aspect to making sure you’ve continuously got an always-on web app, is to consider usingRead More »
You've built and deployed your app, and you're now starting to experience heavier traffic as it gains traction in the market. Your cloud servers will be experiencing a heavier loadRead More »
This week I'll be tackling the topic of DNS hostnames, and how you can configure and manage server availability with the help of Cloud 66 for high availability. Each timeRead More »
We all want to get the most out of cloud servers. We want to find ways to make our spend stretch far when it comes to our cloud infrastructure. WeRead More »
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post on the topic of setting up and deploying your database with Cloud 66. It generated some further discussion around switching serverRead More »
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