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Tâm lý chung của rất nhiều cá nhân, doanh nghiệp vừa và nhỏ đều nghĩ rằng: website của họ chẳng có gì để hack và cũng chẳng nổi tiếng để hacker có thể tìm ra. Tuy nhiên chính những suy nghĩ chủ quan lơ là đó lại đang ngày một đẩy các trang web tới bờ vực bị “xóa sổ”.
If you have a website whether it’s a web application or an online store, chances are you’ve heard about content delivery networks or CDNs. There are countless CDN options on the market, but which exactly is the most suitable option for your website?
In the first quarter of 2019, one of our customers came to us with a problem: their website was under attack. No matter what they tried to get around the problem, their site kept crashing. The kind of attack being used on this particular client is known as a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, specifically a challenge collapsar (CC) attack.
There are many different components you need to consider when you want to improve website performance. One of the critical mistakes many people make is looking at a bunch of similar abbreviations and assuming they are interchangeable. In reality, a high-performance website consists of many moving parts that are not necessarily apparent from the end-user point of view.
In the IT field nowadays, one is never enough. Every aspect of your infrastructure needs to have backups and redundancies for the all-too-common problems that even the best systems experience at the worst possible time. Even as providers become more globalized every day, they have their primary region of service focus, thereby rendering them ineffective when it comes to serving a truly global audience.
One of the biggest challenges involves not only designing and implementing your cloud infrastructure but also monitoring its performance to ensure peak performance. But instead of examining these issues in the abstract, let’s use our friend Greg to illustrate not just the problems, but also the solutions facing IT managers today.