Rewrite Rules in Nginx

Rewrite rules modify a part or whole of the URL. This is done for two reasons. First, to inform clients about the relocation of resources, and second, to control the flow to Nginx. The two general-purpose methods used widely for rewriting URLs are the return directive...
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Don’t pass on PaaS

What you need to know to choose a PaaS.
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Up Your DevOps Game: It’s Time for NoOps

NoOps is here and it’s more than just a buzzword or an ideal. The next generation of platform-as-a-service ( PaaS) platforms are evolving to minimize the developers’ operational burden and reduce dependency on DevOps for deployment. Dev teams that don’t want to deal...
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Up Your DevOps Game: Its Time for NoOps

Up Your DevOps Game: It’s Time for NoOps
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Engine Yard Kontainers and NoOps

DevOps benefits at a fraction of the cost
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Our Vision For Engine Yard

Engine Yard has always made it easy for you to deploy your applications to the cloud. Over years, the cloud has evolved. The cloud now is:
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Best Practices for Application Deployment

In this age of technology, web applications are everywhere in our lives. There are many hurdles in the application deployment process, and many steps to get a web app to the production environment and onto the end user's device. Software deployment is an essential step...
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Containers vs Virtual Machines Differences, Pros, & Cons

Before the rise of containerization, virtual machines were the way to go if you needed to isolate environments within a physical infrastructure.
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Docker Vs Kubernetes Explained

If you’re aiming for a microservices-based architecture, you might have heard about Docker and Kubernetes. Docker and Kubernetes are tools you use in the lifecycle of a containerized application.
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What is Platform as a Service (PaaS) Explained

If you’re developing a web application, you might have heard of the three primary models of cloud computing: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. IaaS gets you an infrastructure, PaaS provides a development environment to go with it, and SaaS is cloud applications for end users.
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