By Ralph Eck on Dec, 09, 2013
The holiday online shopping season is in full swing. Billions of dollars are setting new records since the Thanksgiving holiday. The official cyber holiday shopping season began and during the three mega deal days of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday the total online sales are up a whopping 25% at a total of over… Read the full post
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By Ralph Eck on Dec, 06, 2013
In the first part of this article, I reviewed how PureCSS works and the modules behind it. I also cited some examples of the first three modules that is the Base, Grid, and Form module. If you have read it, I’m pretty sure you’re amazed how awesome this framework is. I know there are a… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on May, 02, 2013
Apache and Nginx web servers both expose a very nice interface for polling the web server status via HTTP, providing you with useful counters for statistics and up-time.
By Drago Z Kamenov on Aug, 31, 2012
There are a number of articles out there about deploying applications to JBoss and about how to monitor JBoss, and in them the web application is usually accessed by pointing a browser to the web container running on port 8080. In enterprise production environments however, the application server does not exist in a vacuum – JBoss… Read the full post
By zhirayr on Aug, 23, 2012
Remote Desktop Services (RDS), formerly known as Terminal Services, is one of the components of Microsoft Windows (both server and client versions) that allows a user to access applications and data on a remote computer over a network, using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
By Jeremiah Shirk on Aug, 07, 2012
As systems administrators, application logs are often the key to our success, but also our biggest hassle. They provide clues to what’s going on when things go awry, and in those situations more detail is generally better. But when you don’t actually know something is wrong, and just want to get a sense for whether… Read the full post