There are many benefits to Kubernetes but what’s not discussed so often is how to migrate your services from their legacy hosting to their new home in Kubernetes. Specifically, I’m looking at the case where you have a single server or a single public IP address and you want to run your services on that […]Read more "Fronting legacy services with Kubernetes"
Today a friend (from a Windows background – still a friend?! :P) asked me how to go about setting up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL & PHP) server. I wrote him a few notes, not only on how to configure the LAMP stack, but also on how to configure a Linux system properly from scratch, […]Read more "Newbie’s guide for Linux Apache web servers"
A few months ago I set up a website, Memories of Korea, to showcase some slides I inherited. Naturally I was keen to find out how many visitors I’d had, so I set about finding something that could draw pretty graphs. Based on my experiences setting up website statistics with AWstats, I’ve now prepared a […]Read more "Web statistics with AWstats"