As part of our ongoing process to keep all our images up-to-date, it’s now the turn of one of the newest ones. We upgraded the WordPress image to include the PHP graphics library by default and while we were at it, also upgrade all of the other components to the latest stable version. Here is a full list for the … Read More
We have upgraded the WordPress + Nginx image located on our App Center. The only change is the upgrade of the web server, Nginx, up to version 1.0.14. This is an important improvement since it’s the latest stable version which also includes a fix for a recent memory exploit. This image is already available on the App Center. If you … Read More
Just recently we added an image with eCommerce software, called Magento. Naturally it wasn’t the only one out there, so this time we are unveiling another one to you. The image is already available on our App Center, so keep on reading to know the details.
WordPress is the software behind one of the most widely used blog platforms. That’s right, it’s an entire platform that is also used to build entire websites due to its flexibility and hundreds of excellent plugins, many of them free. Since WordPress is quite heavy and resource intensive, we have decided to build an image using Nginx instead of Apache, … Read More
L.A.M.P. is a known acronym that describes a server with GNU/Linux as the operating system, some version of Apache for serving web files, MySQL as the database and PHP for the preferred scripting language. Since performance has entered a privileged place due to overall increased complexity of internet sites, a new acronym has surfaced in recent years: L.E.M.P. The main … Read More
Let’s see. We have already added two new images to City Cloud, a L.A.M.P. server and a Windows Server 2008 alongside MS SQL. We have decided to go for a suggestion a user gave us on Twitter (@sandelius). So, we have created a Ruby image that comes with all the bells and whistles and packed with Nginx, a fast performing … Read More