[nSLUG] Looking for recommendations on Linux Web Server
syorke at gmail.com
Wed Jul 12 15:01:17 ADT 2017
If I go down the Docker route. Do I need to even worry about partitioning
and all that other jazz? That is my biggest thing I believe, getting a
proper partition setup for a Web Server on Linux. I am currently running
many Linux web servers here at home as well as MS IIS servers. I know MS
web server much better than Linux so looking for real help here.
All I use is NGINX at home and like I say, I can use Docker Swarm or use my
F5 or Kemp load balancer for NLB.
On Wed, Jul 12, 2017 at 1:22 PM, Brad Chivari <bchivari at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Steven,
> I'm a pretty big Docker evangelical :) and would definitely recommend
> giving it some serious consideration if you're looking for an excuse to get
> acquainted with it. It lends it's self well to the use case of moving your
> stack into cloud hosting at some point down the road. I'm using it all over
> the place and can't image life without it at this point.
> As for the stack, I'm a fan of Nginx + HAProxy (for LB) + Varnish (for
> static content caching).
> Best of luck!
>> Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2017 11:12:48 -0300
>> From: Stephen Yorke <syorke at gmail.com>
>> To: Nova Scotia Linux User Group <nslug at nslug.ns.ca>
>> Subject: [nSLUG] Looking for recommendations on Linux Web Server
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>> Heya everybody. Hope all is going well during your summer months.
>> I am building a new web server and am looking for recommendations. If
>> anyone can comment on the following I would be greatly appreciative.
>> 1. Partitioning, I have lots of disc space but need a proper partitioning
>> scheme, server will be either a 2/4//8 proc with 4-16GB RAM, lower specs
>> start but can/will change if need be.
>> 2. Easy replication to add web servers to an NLB cluster
>> Mainly, I am starting a new community and if all goes well, I should need
>> to add multiple webservers to handle the load. It will all be hosted from
>> home in the beginning but could be pushed to Azure, AWS or Google so
>> replicating what I have should be fairly easy to do with minimal downtime.
>> The web site will be run via a WordPress installation and MariaDB. It
>> eventually have videos and pictures will be the norm to start off.
>> I will be running everything from my Hyper-V servers and have a hardware
>> Load Balancer which will eventually be incorporated as well.
>> I will have a dedicated DB server and all my web servers will be connected
>> to this single DB server. I have also debated using Docker and Docker
>> Storm so suggestions here will also be appreciated.
>> Thanks in advance,
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