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Web analytic tools helps you to collect, measure and analyze the internet data and the site visitor records for understanding and optimizing web usage. It not only helps you measure and analyses website traffic but it is also a wonderful tool for market & business research. Every website owner wants to know complete stats and information about his/her website and wants see how users are interacting with it.
Since March I have been working in my “free” time on a framework to reduce the number and size of HTTP requests incurred from loading a web page.
The Maven Cookbook provides targeted recipes for common Apache Maven tasks. You’ll get the tools and techniques you can use to start developing OSGi components (or bundles) with Maven, valuable insight into repository management as well as unit and functional testing, along with tips and tricks for using Goovy, Scala, Ant and Ruby with Maven.
Mantrid is the first of hopefully many pieces of Epio's infrastructure that we're open-sourcing.
Inspired by the " Why are you still deploying overnight? " post that got a lot of traction, especially in the DevOps fold, John E. Vincent decided to write a pair of blog posts on his own view of the major myths and facts surronding Operations.
All of the snippets below have to be pasted into your .htaccess file, which is located on the root of your Apache server.
As IT continues its tectonic shift from cost center to profit center, the importance of IT operations is also being redefined.
The recently published book "Test-Driven Infrastructure with Chef" is not a proscriptive book as far as tooling, despite having "Chef" in the title. John Arundel a sysadmin and architect just gave an awesome, to-the-point review of the book, which is that even though there's a debate raging over which is better, Puppet or Chef , there's one thing that most people agree on: Operations needs their own TDD.
One of my professional duties in my past ten years was monitoring systems.
Measure Anything, Measure Everything Posted by Ian Malpass | Filed under data , engineering , infrastructure
Statsd is a simple client/server mechanism from the folks at Etsy that allows operations and development teams to easily feed a variety of metrics into a Graphite system. For more info on statsd read the seminal blog article on Statsd “Measure Anything, Measure Everything” .
I recently had the opportunity to help some friends out preparing a content site (wordpress) for a fairly hefty traffic hit. It was potentially going to be a big spike (national radio campaign, time sensitive content, etc) and they particularly didn't want it to go down at the critical time. I put together a fairly typical "fast" PHP architecture: nginx, PHP-FPM, APC, front-end app cluster, load balancer, replicated DB, along with all the mess that comes with it - machine images, replicated filesystem, etc, etc.
What is Gearman? Gearman provides a generic application framework to farm out work to other machines or processes that are better suited to do the work. It allows you to do work in parallel, to load balance processing, and to call functions between languages. It can be used in a variety of applications, from high-availability web sites to the transport of database replication events. In other words, it is the nervous system for how distributed processing communicates.
The web (including this site) is full of guides for how to solve specific problems with Puppet and how to get Puppet running. This is something slightly different. Latest: Preparing an Agent VM and Basic Agent/Master Puppet → Contents