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Implementing PHP Rate Limiting Using Redis on Ubuntu 20.04: A Tutorial

Redis, also called Remote Dictionary Server, is an open-sourced in-memory database. It is a data-structured storage system that runs on a server’s RAM, which is much quicker than the fastest Solid State Drive (SSD). As a result, Redis is very responsive and an excellent fit for rate limiting. Rate limiting restricts the number of times a user may request a …

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Your Guide to Installing Drupal on Ubuntu 20.04

Introduction Drupal is one of the most preferred Content Management Systems(CMS) for running blogs and managing enterprise content. Developers and businesses prefer it because of its robustness and usability. It is very customizable and it can be extended to implement a wide variety of use cases. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to install Drupal on Ubuntu 20.04 with …

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Setting up Your Application: How to Choose the Best Server Setup?

Introduction Technology and the internet have become central presences in our regular, academic, and professional lives. That is why the sheer number of websites and applications that exist concurrently does not come as a surprise. If you are a business, you would want to have an associated web platform. An application enables you to market and deliver your services to …

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How to Install WordPress with LAMP on Ubuntu 20.04

Introduction WordPress is undoubtedly the most popular Content Management System. You can host about anything on WordPress- from simple portfolio websites, company landing pages, and blogs to full-fledged eCommerce websites. It guarantees flexibility, robustness, and security, which are key for the success of any website. Downloading and installing WordPress is straightforward. Then, once you have installed it on your server, …

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How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on CentOS 7

LAMP is an acronym of a very popular web stack – Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. All of the four components of LAMP are open-sourced and are suitable to deploy dynamic websites and web applications. In this tutorial,  we will walk you through setting up a cloud server with the LAMP stack. LAMP Stack: L – Linux L in LAMP stands for …