Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as database server, cache and message broker. It also provides PHP module for communication between PHP script with Redis server.
This guide will help you for the installation of Redis server and binding with PHP using Redis PHP extensions on a cPanel server.
Redis is an in-memory data structure store. It is used as database store, cache server. You can also use redis as message broker to configure Publish/Subscribe (PUB/SUB) messaging system. Redis is capable to store Strings, Hashes, Lists, Sets, sorted sets, HyperLogLogs, bitmaps, streams, and spatial indexes etc. It also provides a PHP module for communication between PHP script with the Redis server. Redis is written in C programming language.
This tutorial will help to install the Redis cache server along with PHP Redis extensions on a CentOS 8 Linux machine.
Use this tutorial to configure your CentOS 8 Linux machine for the first time. For example, you have launched a new VPS or dedicated host with CentOS 8, Follow the below steps to complete the initial server setup with CentOS 8.
Laravel is an open-source, well-known, and modern PHP-based web framework with expressive, elegant, and easy to understand syntax which makes it easy to build large, robust web applications.
Its key features include a simple, fast routing engine, powerful dependency injection container, multiple back-ends for session and cache storage, expressive and intuitive database ORM (Object-relational Mapping), robust background job processing, and real-time event broadcasting.
cPanel is a well known, most reliable and intuitive commercial control panel for web hosting services. It is rich in feature and can be used via a powerful graphical user interface to manage all shared, reseller and business hosting services and more.
It comes with a cPanel and Web Host Manager(WHM), which makes web hosting easier for web admins:a
- WHM provides root and reseller level access interface, where users can manage settings related to server administration and account management.
- While cPanel offers user level access interface to manage a web hosting account on the server.
Features of cPanel/WHM
- Intuitive and powerful GUI to control your server with WHM.
- Now supports EV Certificates.
- Supports API Authentication Tokens.
- Now offers AutoSSL supporting Proxy Subdomains.
- Enables you to view SSL Status in cPanel.
- Supports operations such as Backups, Migrations and restorations in a very easy and smooth manner.
- Supports excellent DNS and mail server management for main server and as well as client account.
- Supports management (start/stop/enable/disable) of services on server.
- Enables you to configure SSL/TLS for all server services and client domains.
- Easy integration with Phpmyadmin manage your MySQL databases from web browser.
- Supports rebranding.
- Allows integration with WHMCS to automate billing management and so much more.
In this article, we will describe how to install cPanel and WHM on RHEL/CentOS 7 and cover initial configurations to manage cPanel and WHM.
CentOS Linux 8 released. It is a Linux distro derived from RHEL 8. CentOS was created when Red Hat stopped providing RHEL free. These days CentOS mostly used on servers, HPC, and desktop. CentOS is a high-quality Linux distribution. It gives complete control of its open-source software packages and is fully customized for research needs or for running a high-performance website without the need for license fees. Let us see what’s new in CentOS 8.