Caching WordPress Content When Using On Nginx Web Server On Ubuntu

Caching is good for your WordPress blogs. In simplest terms, caching is a process whereby web pages/content are stored away for future use by the web server. For example, if user a visits your site and reads a particular page, the web server will fetch all data related to that page for user a, then store it away a copy for future use.

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How To Install SSL Certificates On Apache2 Web Server

SSL for your websites is cool! Not only can you keep information private between those visiting your sites and your server, but you can also be rewarded for that. Implementing SSL for your blogs or websites will allow your sites to be promoted to higher ranks on Google Search Engine Result Pages (SERP).

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Secure Your SSH Servers Using These Tips On Linux Server

OpenSSH or Secure Shell has become the default connection method to remote Linux servers. It comes pre-installed in most Linux distributions and works right out of the box. No need to configure, just install and it’s ready to start accepting connections.

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How To Install MongoDB In Ubuntu 15.04 Easily

This brief tutorial is going to show you how to easily install MongoDB noSQL database server on Ubuntu 15.04. MongoDB is a free opensource NoSQL document database server used in modern web applications. Unlike like SQL servers where table’s schemas must be declared before inserting data into them, NoSQL works the other way around by not enforcing document structures.

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