One of the main topics of discussion between web developers, tech enthusiasts and site owners is security. If you own a server, a website or a small business, it’s up to you to protect your interests against any evildoers. How?
Here are ClusterCS we recommend to all our customers and collaborators to take these first three steps to make your website safer:
Step 1: Always keep your software up to date
You hear it often but don’t do it enough: it’s mandatory to always use the latest version of any software you install.… Read More
Hello again. We want to thank everybody that sent us feedback so far, be it a bug report, suggestion or just a kind word.
I’m happy to announce ClusterCS 1.1, the first feature release since our official launch. This brings the possibility of defining custom firewall rules and also allows you to see what are the current default rules set up by the control panel.… Read More
The team behind ClusterCS has years of experience in developing solutions for business owners, other web developers and, of course, sysadmins. One of the most frequently asked questions we encountered was the significance of our product’s name.
Beyond that, online business owners are extremely interested in finding out what is a server cluster.… Read More
For better transparency to our customers we’re starting this series of blog posts regarding ClusterCS pushes and updates. As soon as we have a new stable release we’re going to have a blog posts that lists fixed bugs and hopefully new features as well.… Read More
Have you ever wanted to install a new website on a self-administered server but had no time to set it up or just didn’t have the skills or experience for it? What does ClusterCS offer?
One of the biggest challenges a busy developer or sysadmin faces is having to juggle between managing servers and keeping everything under control with minimal downtime.… Read More
These past few days I had the opportunity to test ClusterCS and, full disclosure, I liked it a lot. Therefore I wanted to share, because sharing is caring and so on.
Of course, my review comes from an experienced sysadmin perspective, but I think ClusterCS does a great job for less tech-savvy users, so I will try to be as straightforward as possible and delve into that aspect as well.… Read More