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  • Cloud Images Upgrade

    We at E2E Networks strive to provide the latest tech in cloud compute nodes to our customers, and therefore we are delighted to inform that we have upgraded many of our server images serve the latest stable kernel version and much more. The following server images available from E2E Networks have been upgraded: CentOS-6.8 CentOS-6.8-Virtualmin […]

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  • VARNISH – A high performance HTTP accelerator

    INTRODUCTION Varnish is a high-performance HTTP accelerator. Acting as a reverse HTTP proxy, it appears as an ordinary server to its clients. It excels at storing static files in memory to decrease the server response time and hence improves page load times for a website’s users. So, it is mostly used as an HTTP/web accelerator. […]

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  • Linux or Windows for server? The age old question

    One of the most significant decisions to make and rather a difficult one as well when installing a web server or outsourcing the job to web hosting providers is to decide whether to go with Linux based servers or Windows based ones. Since the early 1990s, which is the era when both Linux and Windows […]

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  • Apache Vs NGINX – A brief comparison

    When you are accessing any website, it is imperative that you are sending and receiving information to and from a web server. This is because web servers are those software tools that store, process and deliver web pages to clients. Operating systems do not come installed with web server by default, so the system administrator […]

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  • A/B Testing with haproxy

    A/B testing is a common requirement for all e-commerce sites to be able to roll out new features and test them to a small percentage of users so that it can eventually be rolled out for everyone. This method is also being increasingly used for switching to new UIs/platform as well. Haproxy is the default […]

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  • Avoid a messed up rendering of your web applications due to cache when you release a new update

    The modern web applications both public facing and SAAS variety extensively cache HTTP elements like Javascript, CSS, images as well cacheable parts of the webpage both by using a web accelerator like Varnish/Squid or Nginx as well as by the browser to improve the user experience of an end user. A browser based in-memory cache […]

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  • Independence month discounts

    For immediate release :- We an India based Hosting and Cloud Computing start-up, aim to help all our peers with equal ambitions and energy to strive and succeed. Hitherto it was only the large media houses and venture backed startups that could do snappy websites using expensive low latency data center facilities in India. We […]

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  • It will happen, it will happen in our lifetimes

    India’s first barcamp was practically a turning point for the startup scene in the country or atleast it appears so to yours truly. was practically ideated by participating folks at the venue. Geobeats was looking for technology driven co-founders here. It was truly exciting to be amongst all these folks and many more […]

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  • Why Latency matters in India?

    Loading…Frustrated on seeing this? The large visible delays in loading a website are really irritating. In this fast paced world, your web visitors don’t want to wait for long for your website to load. A few major causes of latency are discussed here. One of the main reason for latency is the physical distance of […]

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  • Is your webhost really in India ? How it affects your site speed

    Is your website target audience in India ? If 70% or more of your web traffic is from India this for you. Why should it matter ? If your site is hosted in US have you noticed the long delay before your webpages start appearing on the browser. While some of the other big media […]

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  • Demystifying latency in webpage requests

    Since the advent of the Internet and the World Wide Web (www) in the last century, till today there have been trillions and trillions of Internet page requests made across the world. However, webmasters feel all the more curious to know how actually a webpage request is being served on their user’s computer and to […]

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  • Improving linux IO performance

    1. Mount options: use noatime Most Linux server machines can do without last access time modified for every file and each directory which is being read. So I’ll just go ahead and re-quote for the nth time what Linux Kernel developer Ingor Molar has to say to emphasize the point. i cannot over-emphasise how much […]

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  • Linux: In memory filesystems tmpfs vs ramdisk

    Although reading and writing to files is fast in Linux with aggressive readahead and caching, it can still slow down applications that make extensive use of ondisk temporary files. As an example MySQL which can do a lot of on disk temporary tables if the temporary tables need to have a large varchar, text or […]

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