Posted in #CloudComputing #ExtremeTech #Google #PCH3lp #Servers #TechNews #TechSupport #TechTips PCH3lp

How to Get Started Running Servers on Google Cloud Platform

Google Cloud Platform’s Compute Engine works very similarly to AWS’s EC2 platform, allowing you to launch and run cloud servers very quickly. We’ll show how…

Continue Reading... How to Get Started Running Servers on Google Cloud Platform
Posted in #CloudComputing #DIY #ExtremeTech #Linux #PCH3lp #Servers #TechNews #TechSupport #TechTips linux ubuntu PCH3lp

How to Set Up a Linux FTP Server for Quick File Transfers

FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a standard protocol for sending and receiving files from remote servers. It’s easier to use than command line alternatives…

Continue Reading... How to Set Up a Linux FTP Server for Quick File Transfers
Posted in #DIY #ExtremeTech #Linux #PCH3lp #Servers #TechNews #TechSupport #TechTips PCH3lp

How to Configure Cache-Control Headers in Apache

Each user’s browser makes use of a built-in cache to store downloaded objects, which can significantly speed up repeat visits to your website by loading…

Continue Reading... How to Configure Cache-Control Headers in Apache
Posted in #DIY #ExtremeTech #PCH3lp #Servers #TechNews #TechSupport #TechTips #Websites PCH3lp

How to Configure Cache-Control Headers in NGINX

Caching is the process of storing downloaded data for later use, where it can be read from disk rather than requesting it again. Making proper…

Continue Reading... How to Configure Cache-Control Headers in NGINX
Posted in #ExtremeTech #Internet #PCH3lp #Servers #TechNews #TechSupport #TechTips PCH3lp

How to Configure NGINX for Basic Load Balancing

NGINX is commonly used as a web server, but it also does a great job of acting as a reverse proxy and load balancer—a network…

Continue Reading... How to Configure NGINX for Basic Load Balancing