Most cloud providers divide their offerings by number of CPU cores and amount of RAM. Do you need a large multicore server, or a whole fleet of them? Here’s how to go about measuring your server’s real-world performance.
IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, replacing the outdated IPv4 that still powers the majority of the web, and solving the IP exhaustion issue. Is it really faster, and should you care about it for your server?
Git is incredibly popular and supported nearly everywhere. With it practically being the default version control system, it begs the question, what are your alternatives? Are they worth considering, and how are they different?
Today, NVIDIA announced their new Ampere architecture, alongside the new A100 that it runs on. It’s a significant improvement over Turing, already an AI-focused architecture powering data centers on the high end and ML-powered raytracing in the consumer graphics space.
SSH, which stands for Secure Shell, isn’t very secure by default, opting for basic password authentication with no other limits. If you really want to lock down your server, you’ll need to do more configuring.