Taking advantage of Software as a Service versus purchasing full software licenses and maintaining software internally will often prove to be a cost-effective technique. We understand that there are many public cloud providers and that the pricing options can become perplexing, which is why we have come up with some basic lucrative components relevant to cloud technology for you.
In our post last year, Rackspace Cloud & FreeBSD, we discussed all the benefits of Rackspace Cloud less FreeBSD support. As avid Rackspace Cloud users both internally and across our client base, we access the control panel and API quite often, and noticed that as of today a FreeBSD 9.0 base image is now available.
Bitlancer provides emergency MySQL support and crash recovery services 24 hours/day. We respond immediately, and our skills include, but are not limited to MySQL query tuning, MySQL storage engine optimization, MySQL data recovery, MySQL tuning, and performance/scalability recommendations.
As we mention in Ten Technical Tips Your Startup Can't Ignore, in the time crunch of pushing a new product to market, many early-stage projects launch utilizing a single physical server or cloud instance. The convenience of having the web, database, and caching services all in one place is sometimes too tempting to pass up.
You've heard it time and time again: 'X as a service', where X is either a random letter or a usually meaningful computer science term. Confusing? Sometimes. 'As a service' solutions are services that abstract away a part (or all) of an operation from an end user. While 'painting as a service' and 'lawn mowing as a service' have existed in some form or fashion for quite some time, technology companies have traditionally maintained almost all of their infrastructure and platform in-house, leading to unnecessary duplication of common work across business entities and wasting precious product development time.