If you’ve been following Oracle VirtualBox recently, then you’ve probably already heard that VirtualBox 5.0 was recently released with boat load of changes and new features.
It was released (a major one) with paravirtualization support for Windows and Linux guest machines, more hardware-assisted instruction sets for virtualization and nested paging, drag’n’drop support out of the box for Windows, Linux machines and more.
If you don’t know about VirtualBox, here’s a brief summary: It is a virtualization software that allows anyone to run multiple operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac OSX and others) on a single host computer. These virtual machines (aka guest machines) run as if they were running on independent hardware uniquely cut-out for them.
Sometimes it may be wise to run multiple websites or blogs on a single server. For example, running one website or blog per server may not be the best way to utilize your server resources. One server, one website? No way.. just not efficient.
That’s why there’s a feature called Virtual Hosts on Apache2 and Server Blocks on Nginx. Virtual hosts or server blocks are feature on these web servers that allow multiple websites and blogs to be hosted on a single server. If a server has enough resources, why wastes those resources by only hosting a single website?
This brief tutorial is going to show you how to enable server blocks on Nginx web server to host multiple blogs.
Apache2 Name-based Virtual Hosts allows multiple domain/website names to be hosted on a single Apache2 web server. For example, if you have a single server assigned a single IP address, you could install Apache2 web server and host multiple websites by using its virtual hosts feature.
This tutorial is going to show you how to host multiple websites on a single Ubuntu 15.04 server using Apache2. So, instead of hosting single website on a single server, all one has to do is install Apache2 on a single server and use virtual hosting.
No need for multiple servers here. It saves you money as well as allows you to efficiently utilize server resources.
For this tutorial, we’re going to be using example.com and myexample.com domain names on a single Ubuntu server assigned IP address 192.168.20.1
Google and other Internet companies are encouraging webmasters to use SSL certificates on their websites. Implementing SSL for your blogs will provide necessary privacy to your audience who visit your sites.
This blog post is going to show you how to enable SSL when using Nginx web servers to serve your web content, including WordPress.
For the past weeks, we’ve been writing tutorials on Nginx and WordPress. We discussed how to install Nginx webserver on Ubuntu 15.04, how enable Nginx caching and how to properly implement Nginx 301 redirects.
This post will continue from where we left off and show you how to implement SSL on Nginx web server to provide some privacy for your users.
Few days ago we showed you how to install Nginx web server on Ubuntu 15.04 to run your WordPress blogs or websites. We then showed you how to enable Nginx caching to help improve your website performance.
This post will continue from where we left off by showing you how to properly configure Nginx redirects. The goal of these tutorials and tips is to help you manage your WordPress blogs or websites efficiently using Nginx web server.
Nginx is a fast web server, most people will tell you that. It handles system memory efficiently when processing requests. Nginx is also very popular among webmasters and using it to host your websites may be the right thing to do.
Installing Nginx is easy, but managing and properly configuring it to run your blogs is another thing, and these tips and tutorials will get your started.