It has been a long ride since the days where one application would just take a full room of computing hardware. Research and innovation in information technology (IT) have taken us far and will surely keep moving even faster every day. Let’s talk a bit about the present state of DevOps, and how containers are driving the scene.
According to Docker (the most popular containers platform), a container is a stand-alone, lightweight package that has everything needed to execute a piece of software. It packs your code, runtime environment, systems tools, libraries, binaries, and settings. It’s available for Linux and…
Monitoring the health of servers manually can save you from memory leaks, bad resource-consuming software, attacks and downtime.
Installation commands in this tutorial assume Debian/Ubuntu distro and root access, else use
En este tutorial los guiaré con los pasos para instalar NGINX 1.8, HHVM 3.9 y PHP 5.5 FPM.
Contexto de hardware:
A little setup background:
WebTorrent Trackers improved memory usage by 16x
I’ve been running the first community WebTorrent tracker (tracker.btorrent.xyz) server for a while now. The WebRTC network has been steadily growing and right now there’s at least 700 connected peers at any given time (See tracker’s stats).
Every time there’s a popular post or news release about WebTorrent and ideas/demos/products built around it, my tracker can’t handle the sudden non-collected allocation of RAM for the new websockets and it ‘dies’, even PM2 dies.
I’ve received donation offers from community users who want to support the server’s cost but I was holding that until…
Have you heard about WebTorrent?
Basically, it allows a file to be shared using the BitTorrent protocol, which is P2P, in the browser. Awesome right?! So let’s get started
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