The Perfect Server: Debian 6.0 with BIND and Courier [ISPConfig 3]

This post is about preparing Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) server to complete the work with a hosting control panel. ISPConfig 3 is a web control panel that lets you customize the following services through a web browser: web server Apache, Postfix mail server, MySQL, BIND, PureFTPd, SpamAssassin, ClamAV, and many more. OpenVZ If you installed […]

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Windows Server 2003 R2 For Online Business Infrastructure

The organizations expect the Web-based infrastructure to develop an online collaboration sites. Although increasing the efficiency of distributed teams, online collaboration, there is a limitation according to the participants, depending on where and how it relates to the system. Moreover, today’s web applications cannot fascinate the user or customer, or because they do not meet […]

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Patterns Of Cloud Infrastructure

Talks about cloud computing and cloud hosting are the trend. Through virtualization, these conversations are becoming a reality in many companies (private clouds) and service providers (public cloud). These patterns formalize certain rules and consider the problems and solutions that arise in the process of reflection on various aspects of cloud infrastructure. Something very interesting: […]

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Verifying DNS-server (nslookup)

nslookup ( Server name lookup search on the name server) :- A utility that provides a user command line interface to access the DNS system. Allows you to specify different types of queries and query tells the server randomly. Its counterpart is the utility host and dig. Developed as part of a package BIND (for […]

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Service Oriented Architecture And SaaS

When searching for information in the blogosphere about Saas, many times I’ve seen this acronym associated with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). In the Wikipedia, the concept of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is very well explained, so I just want to express my opinion on why I believe that SOA and Saas are closely related. Something […]

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