Analytics track the behavior of people using your website. For most businesses, this is critical information, as it helps them understand and tailor their service to their users needs. We’ll compare some of the best tools for the job.
SSH agent forwarding allows you to use your private, local SSH key remotely without worrying about leaving confidential data on the server you’re working with. It’s built into ssh, and is easy to set up and use.
AWS S3 is Amazon’s cloud storage service, allowing you to store individual files as objects in a bucket. You can upload files from the command line on your Linux server, or even sync entire directories to S3.
Jira is used for issue tracking, and is a crucial tool for keeping large software development teams organized. In this guide, we’ll break down it’s tried-and-tested schema, including the different tiers of issue types and the organization tools offered to you.
Cloud9 is a web-based IDE that allows you to write and run code from anywhere, using just your browser. You can install it on your EC2 instances to edit code and configuration files directly, rather than using a CLI text editor.
If you’ve moved your content around, it’s best to redirect old broken links to the working location. There are two types of redirects—302, used for testing, and 301, which is permanent, and best for SEO.