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How to Send Email from PHP (With Guided Walkthrough)

RunCloud Team

Apr 08, 2023

8 min read

How to Send Email from PHP (With Guided Walkthrough)

In most cases, we normally recommend using transactional email services such as Mailgun, Amazon SES, or Mandrill rather than sending emails from your own service. But if you are feeling enthusiastic you can even set up your own server too.  That’s what we’re going to cover in this article. Take your tech skills to the …

How To Install New Relic Monitoring on RunCloud

RunCloud Team

Mar 10, 2023

5 min read

How To Install New Relic Monitoring on RunCloud

New Relic is a server and application monitoring tool which can be used to track resource usage on servers and monitor application logs. In this article, we will show you exactly how to use New Relic to monitor errors on your RunCloud servers using Nginx and Apache2 stack. So – without further ado – let’s …

How To Setup DigitalOcean Server To Host Your Websites

RunCloud Team

Mar 01, 2023

4 min read

How To Setup DigitalOcean Server To Host Your Websites

DigitalOcean is a well-known cloud server provider that aims to simplify cloud computing so that developers and their teams can spend more time building software that changes the world. It’s designed for developers, and provides an intuitive control panel, predictable pricing, team accounts, and more. DigitalOcean has many different plans, including Basic (Standard), General Purpose, …

OpenLiteSpeed vs. NGINX vs. Apache – Which is the Fastest Web Server?

RunCloud Team

Feb 13, 2023

7 min read

OpenLiteSpeed vs. NGINX vs. Apache – Which is the Fastest Web Server?

Are you wondering how OpenLiteSpeed stacks up against NGINX and Apache? In this article, we’ll be tackling a question our team gets asked frequently: How does OpenLiteSpeed compare to NGINX and Apache?  With our recent launch of OpenLiteSpeed support for everyone using RunCloud to manage their cloud infrastructure, deploying WordPress on OpenLiteSpeed is now just as …

Bringing Containerization RunCloud’s Cloud Architecture

RunCloud Team

Jan 18, 2023

8 min read

Bringing Containerization RunCloud’s Cloud Architecture

With a quarter of all businesses relying on Docker (according to this Datadog study) and over 20% of web hosts running it – Docker’s containerization architecture is tried, tested, and relied upon from startup to enterprise. At RunCloud, we’re pleased to announce that we are now rolling out support for Docker, making it easier for …

How To Speed Up DNS Propagation

RunCloud Team

Jan 13, 2023

4 min read

How To Speed Up DNS Propagation

Are you perplexed by the complexities of the DNS system? Don’t worry, you are not alone! Even though the DNS standard was established in 1986, countless memes on the internet suggest that it still baffles people, and even the tech titans like Meta find it tricky to work with. In this article, we will discuss …

How To Host Multiple Websites on One Server

RunCloud Team

Nov 25, 2022

3 min read

How To Host Multiple Websites on One Server

Hosting multiple websites on a cloud server is an excellent way to save some money, especially if your sites aren’t too resource-intensive. And, if you’re on a cloud server, it’s also much easier to scale resources as needed.  If you’re managing multiple sites and wish to host them on one server, you can use Virtual …

Load Balancing For WordPress — What It Is & How It Works

RunCloud Team

Nov 24, 2022

4 min read

Load Balancing For WordPress — What It Is & How It Works

Many users often have strong opinions about load balancing. Should you use it with your WordPress site, or is it overkill?  A load balanced WordPress site will have increased uptime and performance, as well as enhanced security. However, despite what you will hear some people claiming, it’s not always necessary.  In this article, we’ll discuss …

How To Flush DNS Cache — A Full Guide

RunCloud Team

Nov 08, 2022

3 min read

How To Flush DNS Cache — A Full Guide

Modern operating systems generally cache DNS lookup results and IP addresses to be able to process requests more quickly. Whenever you write a URL in your browser, it sends a request to the DNS servers to “locate” the site.  But, instead of sending that request every single time, the browser often caches the information, so …

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