RHEL, CentOS 8, and CentOS Stream: Enterprise Linux

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One of the most popular Linux operating systems (also known as distros) is CentOS. CentOS is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), a Linux distro designed for commercial applications. The most recent version of CentOS is CentOS 8. At the end of 2021, CentOS 8 will be phased out and replaced with CentOS Stream for continued support and development. In this article, we will explore the concepts of RHEL, CentOS 8, and CentOS Stream and discuss how they relate to one another. 

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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: What’s New?

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Whenever a new version of an existing piece of software is released, it is important to understand how the new software compares to the current version. In the case of Linux operating systems (also known as distros), a new version can mean new features, bug fixes, security updates, and much more. In this article, we will be discussing Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and how it differs from previous versions of Ubuntu. 

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What is a Content Delivery Network (CDN) and How Does it Work?

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A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is something of a ‘cure-all’ for solving various issues on your website. CDNs are said to improve everything from site speed and security to account bandwidth usage. How is it that one upgrade can affect so much of a site’s performance? It all comes down to what CDNs actually do: get your site’s static content physically closer to your site’s visitors by distributing that content to other servers.

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What is VPS Hosting?

Everything You Need To Know About VPS Hosting

It’s important to understand your needs before selecting a web hosting plan. We assist our customers with migrating to a different plan, but researching your options can save you a lot of time and energy. Do you need a particular Linux operating system (OS)? Do you need WebHost Manager (WHM) to manage customers with individualized cPanel accounts? Do you need root access? These are just some of many factors that can help you decide what’s best for you.

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