The objective is to install and configure a Varnish Cache server with Nginx on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Linux. Varnish is a fast caching server which sits in front of any web server and serves previously cached pages, hence, improving the website’s response time.
Let’s Encrypt has transformed the internet. Every website can now have a free SSL certificate! You can authenticate your website with Let’s Encrypt using the .well-known path but if you have multiple virtual hosts then this can get tedious so Let’s Encrypt made it possible to add wildcard SSL certificates by using DNS to authenticate the domain. The idea is straightforward, if you add some specific DNS TXT records to your domain then Let’s Encrypt can use this information to verify you own the domain and then can feel secure issuing you a wildcard SSL certificate.
Canonical announced the general availability of the Linux distribution Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Long Term Support) on April 23, 2020. Development put a focus on security and privacy according to Canonical, and it shows as the release includes WireGuard VPN client and Secure Boot support.
WireGuard support will be backported to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS according to Canonical.
Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as a database server, cache, and message broker. Redis is written in C programming language. It also provides a PHP module for communication between PHP script with the Redis server.
This tutorial will help you with the installation of Redis server along with PHP Redis PHP extensions on an Ubuntu 19.04, 18.04 LTS, 16.04 LTS and 14.04.
ionCube loader is a PHP extension (module) that enables PHP to load files protected and encoded using ionCube Encoder software, which is mostly used in commercial software applications to protect their source code and prevent it from being visible and detectable.
In this article, we will explain how to install and configure ionCube Loader with PHP in Debian and Ubuntu distributions using Nginx and Apache as the web server. Also the PHP we are using in this article are php7.0 from time to time it might be having the new php version
The LEMP software stack is a group of software that can be used to serve dynamic web pages and web applications. This is an acronym that describes a Linux operating system, with an Nginx (pronounced like “Engine-X”) web server. The backend data is stored in the MySQL database and the dynamic processing is handled by PHP.
This guide demonstrates how to install a LEMP stack on an Ubuntu 18.04 server. The Ubuntu operating system takes care of the first requirement. We will describe how to get the rest of the components up and running.