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  1. Installing the Cacti Server Monitor on Ubuntu 12.04 Cloud Server Cacti is a network monitoring tool that creates customized graphs of server performance. It is accessed and managed through a web front-end. Cacti can be used to log and graph multiple cloud servers from a single, unified interface. Installation ... Read More
  2. How To Use the Web2py Framework to Quickly Build Your Python App The Python programming language is a versatile, high-level language that can be used easily for web programming, among other tasks. Building web applications can be difficult and toilsome on your own. Web frameworks preform much of the heavy lifting ... Read More
  3. How to Deploy Python WSGI Applications Using uWSGI Web Server with Nginx Understanding uWSGI and Using Nginx uWSGI is an ambitious project. Its toolset allows you to do so much more than simply hosting web applications. Since it does the job so well, and in such a performant way, over the years it has proven to be an ind... Read More
  4. Docker Explained: How To Create Docker Containers Running Memcached Docker in Brief The docker project offers higher-level tools, working together, which are built on top of some Linux kernel features. The goal is to help developers and system administrators port applications - with all of their dependenci... Read More
  5. How To Install CouchDB and Futon on Ubuntu 12.04 CouchDB, like Redis, Cassandra, and MongoDB, is a "NoSQL” database. Similar to other databases of its kind, CouchDB stores its information in a non-relational database, keeping its data in separate JSON documents. The advantage of this approach is ... Read More
  6. How To Install and Use Redis Redis, developed in 2009, is a flexible, open-source, key value data store. Following in the footsteps of other NoSQL databases, such as Cassandra, CouchDB, and MongoDB, Redis allows the user to store vast amounts of data without the limits of a rela... Read More
  7. How to Scale Django: Beyond the Basics Let's dig into the guts of our application and server configuration a little. This article is written on the assumption that you're using Ubuntu 12.04, but the principles work with any version of Linux. Cache Everything The downside is tha... Read More
  8. How To Scale Django: Finding the Bottleneck Django is an excellent Python based platform for building modern web apps. One of its biggest strengths is that it helps developers work faster. You've built your awesome app and deployed it. Things are great, but now that you're loading it... Read More
  9. How To Install and Configure Django with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn For convenience, I've broken this tutorial into two parts. The first part (steps 1 - 6) covers installation only. If you are a more advanced Django user who just needs help getting things installed you can stop at step 6. If you already have eve... Read More
  10. How To Use CakePHP to Create a Small Web Application CakePHP is a powerful and robust PHP framework built around the Model-View-Controller (MVC) programming paradigm. In addition to the flexible way you can use it to build your application, it provides a basic structure for organizing files and da... Read More
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