Cloud Computing

“What is cloud computing and how does Hybrid Web Cluster fit in?” The Infrastructure / Platform / Application model The model you see represented to the left actually applies to any hosting environment, including those that were in common use before the advent of cloud computing. In old terms – when we talk about infrastructure …

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Application Support List

“What standard web applications are supported on Hybrid Web Cluster?” Hybrid Web Cluster provides the standard Apache + MySQL + PHP software stack Because Hybrid Web Cluster provides a standard web hosting platform, the vast majority of standard web applications will run unmodified out-of-the-box. In fact, quite a few of them can be automatically installed …

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Hybrid Cluster enables ElasticHosts to open doors to Cloud Sites customers

London, UK May 3, 2012: ElasticHosts, the cloud hosting provider, today announced the launch of a partnership which will provide customers with a broader range of cloud services. Our Cloud Sites addition to their portfolio mean the company will be able to meet the needs of all organisations; from micro businesses with no technical expertise right the …

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Hybrid Cluster – self-healing, auto-scaling & very forgiving

You won’t have heard much from Hybrid Logic recently — now with an early stage tech company this can mean one of two things: either they’ve given up and gone home, or they’re mad busy innovating, building and shipping their product. I’m pleased to report that in our case it’s the latter Hybrid Cluster has …

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Announcing txMySQL – native async Twisted MySQL protocol

Hybrid Logic is pleased to announce the release of txMySQL, a native Twisted MySQL protocol implementation at https://github.com/hybridlogic/txMySQL The bulk of this code is courtesy of _habnabit (thank you!), we just added authentication support and fixed a couple of bugs which were stopping the MySQL protocol parser working. This works well enough to .fetchall() basic …

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Hybrid HTTP API Tester

During the development of our Hybrid Web Cluster API it became necessary to test a large number of our own API commands in a rigorous way. This testing regime includes both fully-automatic and manual testing. The manual testing of each API command requires sending HTTP requests to the API server with a specific set of …

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More performance and stability improvements

We’ve been working hard over the weekend and have some good core cluster stability and performance improvements to show for it, new internal performance testing tools and a sneak peek of our Hybrid Sites project: First, a bug in Twisted which was causing the distributed proxying layer to sometimes stop accepting new requests has been …

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Running FreeBSD 8.1 as a Xen HVM DomU on Flexiant

Just thought I’d share the incantations which were necessary to get FreeBSD 8.1 XENHVM kernel to work well on Flexiant, with paravirtualised network and disk: Just before the kernel boots (which you have to be quick to catch with Flexiant’s VNC client) hit F6 on the bootloader and type: set hw.clflush_disable=1 boot This will allow …

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FTP support now in Hybrid Web Cluster

Update: This has now been deployed to your beta web clusters! And check out the new video below… We now have clustered FTP support! This means you can open an FTP connection to any node on the cluster at any time, and you’ll get internally redirected to the correct backend server for that site, and …

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