Improve application performance and availability by learning how to create a MySQL Master\Slave cluster on Ubuntu 14
Ensuring the backend servers HAProxy is forwarding your users’ requests to are healthy is important. How you check for health is based on the type of service hosted in the backend. Web applications need to be checked differently from database servers. In this tutorial I will show you different ways of doing HAProxy health checks so to help maintain a great user experience.
Learn how to replicate your MySQL databases from one server to another to ensure a live copy is always available. This configuration uses a master-slave methodology, which maintains a live version of your database on another server in read-only mode. In a disaster scenario, where your master server fails, the slave can then be promoted to a master, bring your application back online without the need to restore from backups.
Learn how to install MySQL 5.5 on Ubuntu 13.10 the right way, following best practices for security.
Squeeze more performance out of your box. Learn how to deploy a web server on Ubuntu 13 powered by Nginx, MySQL, and PHP.
You may have a database server which started out small, with all its databases stored on the same disks, that is now experiencing severe storage I/O bottlenecks.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just drop in a database server into our environment without much thought?
We dealt with a few security concerns and looked into file system segregation of certain areas that could put our system at risk. It’s time to optimize the services for improved performance.
Deploy a CentOS 6 Web server, step-by-step. This is the first part in a series that will guide you through planning and deploying different scales of web application infrastructures.