First, let’s talk about why people buy multiple IPs for different Minecraft Servers. First of all, this is because of the simplicity for the end-user to connect to their servers. Because usually, you need to connect to the server IP via the default port which is 25565, in the case of BlueServers it is different but still.
Judging from our experience as a hosting provider and cumulative hosting experience we can state that managing a database is one of the utmost important tasks in the administration of the server. If you’re not a super experienced fella who can tweak it straight from the command line or terminal it is highly advisable to choose something from the net that offers various software for Database Administration.
Everyone big company out there knows that relying on the 3rd party email vendors is something that is unacceptable in terms of security. Still a lot of them are using those vendors or even if they are using their own solution they host it on shared hosting or other types of shared services out there. It is highly not advisable to do that since highly sensitive data can become in the possession of hackers or other pesky individuals, which can eventually lead to court and significant fines.
When we think about what to choose as an operating system for our server the choice most often falls on a few platforms, it is Windows or Linux. Since time immemorial there have been continuous wars, which one is better than Linux or Windows. Today we want to analyze what is the best operating system for a dedicated server. Let's begin!
While a Virtual Private Server is a step ahead from Shared Hosting, we can state that a Dedicated server is always a step ahead from the VPS. We’ve gathered 7 interesting points that can show what kind of benefits you can receive when you decide to switch to Dedicated Hosting. Let’s go!
BlueServers presents an ultimate guide on what are the differences between Dedicated Server, Shared Server, and Virtual Private Server. Grab some coffee and prepare for a 5-10 minute read. Some of the positions might seem similar but this is a deceiving feeling. Anyway, let’s get started.
When companies want to build fault-tolerant server infrastructure they cannot do it without RAID arrays. Using one HDD as a storage device is not safe, since every other piece of machinery has a chance to break right in the middle of work, at the most inconvenient time. What should companies do if they lost all the data? Backup you might say, and you are right, but retrieving lost data from backup is a long process. That’s why people have invented RAID arrays, so the data keeps being operational at all times.