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Git, Mercurial and Bazaar – A Comparison
Open-source Version Control Systems have come a long way since the days of CVS. SVN, one of the most successful VCS to be ever used, is now loosing its ground to a new genre of VCS known as DVCS or Distributed Version Control Systems. A DVCS or Distributed Version Control System is a version control software where each working copy contains the full history of all the revisions, thereby making it a fully functional code-base repository and a remote backup to the original code-base. With the increasing size of teams working on the same code-base, the need for DVCS was apparent. We are going to compare the three most popular open-source DVCSs – i.e. Git, Mercurial and Bazaar.
Posted in Comparisons | Tagged Bazaar, BitKeeper, Computer programming, Computing, Distributed revision control, Distributed Version Control Systems, Free software, Git, Linus Torvalds, Linux, Linux kernel, Mercurial, Monotone, OpenSource Version Control Systems, Repo, Technology/Internet, Ubuntu, Version control, version control software | 22 Comments
Posted on September 9, 2010 by techtatva
3 Ways to setup CDN like service for your blog for free
A CDN or a Content Delivery Network is a system which can enhance the performance of a web-site by delivering its static content from different geographic locations, typically locations closest to the client’s location. Commercial CDN services from Akamai et al. are pretty expensive for amateur bloggers/web-site owners. Amazon S3 can also provide CDN like functionality for hosting static files but misses some key functionality of a CDN like gzip content-encoding and cache-control. We are going to discuss three ways in which we can have a CDN like service for a web-site/blog.
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Posted in Tips and Tricks | Tagged Cloud computing, Cloud storage, Google Appengine, Technology/Internet | 2 Comments
Posted on September 4, 2010 by techtatva
[Benchmark] Apache 2, Cherokee, LigHTTPd, Nginx Benchmarked with Static Files, PHP5 Script and WordPress
Here is a three fold comparison between the four major webservers: Apache 2, Cherokee, LigHTTPd and Nginx. We will compare standard static file service capabilities of each of the servers. Next, we will compare their individual performance with PHP (mod_php in-case of Apache 2 and PHP5-FPM in-case of others) and finally with that of WordPress.
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Posted in Benchmarks | Tagged Apache HTTP Server, ApacheBench, Benchmark, Computing, Nginx, php, Technology/Internet, Ubuntu, Web server, WordPress | 13 Comments
Posted on September 2, 2010 by techtatva
[How To] Back up your Server Data to Amazon S3
With the advent of the cloud computing, storage has become extremely cheap. We can use this storage to keep backups of our data and keep them safe from any potential data loss disaster. One such extremely cost-effective solution is Amazon S3. Some of the pros of S3 are:
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Posted in How Tos | Tagged Amazon S3, Backup, Backup software, Cloud storage, Technology/Internet, Web services | 2 Comments
Posted on August 29, 2010 by techtatva
Cloud Computing – An Insight
Everyone is talking of ‘Cloud Computing’. While, some claim it to be the biggest transformation in IT allowing access to seemingly limitless power of computing, others believe it to be extreme ”marketing hype campaign” .
Posted in The Cloud | Tagged Cloud computing, Cloud infrastructure, Distributed computing, Everything as a service, Grid computing, Infrastructure as a service, Scalability, Technology/Internet | Leave a comment
Posted on August 28, 2010 by techtatva