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The ultimate Guide to secure, harden and improve performance ao Nginx web server

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We can be setting up multiple application servers for redundancy. There we consider the fact that efficiently distributing income service requests or network traffic across a group of back ends servers, here almost e use the mechanism named load balancing. This process which is load balancing is included several advantages as follows. Increased application availability …


Install Apache, MySQL, PHP(LAMP) Stack On Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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Let’s move on to what is LAMP…??? See in this way… LAMP is the most popular open-source web development platform. Using it we can run and deploy dynamic websites and web-based applications. LAMP stack consists of several components. Those are Apache web server, Maria DB/MySQL database, PHP /Python /Perl programming languages. It can be identified …


Securing your WordPress site running on Nginx

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As you already know by now Nginx is the latest fast web server software. In case if you are not familiar with Nginx, you may be familiar with the Apache HTTP web server software. Even though they have significant differences in the performance and function both of them can serve your site which is powered …


How To Install And Use PHP Composer On Ubuntu 18.04

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As you are already aware, PHP Composer is an application that is used to track dependencies for a project. Unlike apt or yum it won’t replace system package managers. Basically, it allows you to select a set of libraries for a specific project and thereby identify the versions and dependencies and installs them. In this …


How to upgrade ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 LTS using terminal

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Even though Ubuntu recommends upgrading a Server Edition installation with the do-release-upgrade command, part of the update-manager-core package doesn’t have any graphical dependencies. And it is installed by default even. In this tutorial, I am going to help you to use the recommended upgrade method for Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS. Main steps of the upgrade …


How to Secure Nginx with Let's Encrypted on Ubuntu 18.04

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Introduction Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA).  Through this, it may be easy to obtain and install the free TLS / SSL certificates. And also, it leads to enabling encrypted HTTPS on web servers. In addition to, it simplifies the process by providing a software client, like Certbot. The Certbot is trying to automate …


How to Install and Secure phpMyAdmin with Nginx on an Ubuntu 18.04 Server

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Introduction MySQL is being wanted by many users for the functionality of a database. And it is interacting with the system solely from the MySQL command.  It is required a SQL language familiarity for line clients also. But someone is not preferred to this interface. phpMyAdmin created so that users can interact with MySQL and …


How to Install and Secure phpMyAdmin with Apache on Ubuntu 18.04

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If you are looking for an app to handle the administration of MySQL and MariaDB servers over a web-based interface, phpMyAdmin will be a good option. Because it is an open-source PHP application and specifically designed to handle such administrations. And also phpMyAdmin lets you manage MySQL databases, user accounts, and privileges, execute SQL-statements, import …


Increase PHP Memory Limit in Nginx Vultr

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If you have configured an Nginx web server and PHP- FPM wrapper, now it is better to change the PHP default setting. It is not bad the files which are default configuration from Ubuntu or Debian repositories. But it may be better for our needs. Through this article, we focus only on one file. According …


How to Innstall Linux , Nginx , MySQL, PHP(LEMP stack) Ubntu 18.04

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We can identify  The LEMP  software stack as a bunch of software.  Mostly it uses to serve dynamic web pages and web applications. This LEMP stated for Linux operating system, comes up with the Nginx web server. Normally pronounce the Ngine as the engine, that’s why it uses as an E. Here’s the Backend use …