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Welcome to this Beginners course which is a reveal all guide to Domain Names and Website Hosting for business.
Although this course is mainly aimed at beginners, the more experienced could also learn a thing or two from it.
We will cover all you could possibly need to know about Domain Names and website hosting – even delving deeper in to the important things that you need to think about when coming up with a domain name to register for your website or online business.
If you have any intention of getting in to online business then this course really is for you.
Here is a bit about what you will learn on this course
You will be shown…
What exactly is a Domain NameWhat is website hostingHow domain names and web hosting work in relation to each other.How to change the name servers of a domain to point to a particular web hostThe important elements to look out for when registering a domain name We are going to have a lot of fun on this course and you are going to learn a really important modern skill.
We really can’t wait to see you on the inside of the course, and welcome you to the Web U Teach ‘Family’. I Also look forward to sending you your personal welcome message once you have joined.
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This video course will help you secure your web application with the use of highly practical examples. You will also learn how to implement security checks, thus enabling you to create a staunch authentication mechanism that will prevent spoofing. Integrate with LDAP and progress on to more advanced security techniques such as Remember Me or the powerful ACL mechanism.
These pragmatic videos will help you learn how to implement various techniques for securing your web application through the use of simple to advanced use cases that follow the development of a web application using practical, step-by-step examples.
Each video section shows different ways to empower Spring Security for the web. The authentication techniques comprising of login, registration, and logout are implemented in this course. Moreover, the Remember Me functionality is added to the web app in addition to integration with a production-ready LDAP server. Further on, the authorization method is used and discussed in detail with simple roles, before moving on to the more flexible Spring expressions and finally the extremely powerful Access Control Lists mechanism, which allow security rules per object.
Ultimately, this video course is meant to help you hit the ground running with proper security for your web applications. The primary goal of the course is to be efficient, utilitarian, and immediately applicable for a web application.
About the Author Eugen Paraschiv is a Senior Software Engineer living in Bucharest, Romania, and has more than six years of experience developing and securing a wide range of web applications and systems. His current work is focused on security, REST, and machine learning. He has hands-on experience with Spring Security on several large systems and with a variety of security standards (SSO/CAS, LDAP, UAA, OAuth, and so on).
In this course you’ll learn how to choose the perfect web host and web hosting account for your circumstances.
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“I have also decided to upgrade my hosting package choice due to several things Neil pointed out.” (5-stars, Crystal Whiting, Feb 2016)
“I have never seen a hosting presentation better then this one.” (5-stars, Anthony DeCurtis, Feb 2016)
“The instructor makes all the lectures clear and concise. Thanks Neil for another fantastic course.” (5-stars, David Mackay, Jan 2016)
Choosing a web-host is often a difficult, but important task for anyone starting an Internet-based business. It often seems confusing because there are many web-hosting accounts to choose from, and a huge number of features offered by each web-host. How can you decide?
This course will take you through everything in a step-by-step manner. You’ll learn about the different types of web-hosting accounts and all the different features they offer, with full explanations of jargon along the way. 🙂
I’ve had web-hosting accounts since 1997, or 1996 if you include free webspace. I’ve had everything from free webspace to shared web-hosting accounts, to three dedicated servers running at the same time! I can help you choose the right type of web-hosting account with the right features at the right web-host!
After the introductions, we look at the different types of web-hosting account, from shared to reseller, to Virtual Private Servers, dedicated servers and cloud hosting.
We then look in detail at as many different web-hosting features as I could think of, and I try to explain what each feature is, what it does and how important it is likely to be in your choice of web-host.
In the next section, we consider which reviews of web-hosting we can use to help make a decision, and which are biased.
Finally, we look at common web-host problems and check to see if we can spot them before signing up with a…
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Join the community of like-minded IT-enthusiasts to learn the basic concepts and tools that you will need to build fully functional CentOS 7 / RHEL 7 Linux based web server.
Here’s what our students say:
The instructor is very knowledgeable and well organized with the lessons building on each other. Commands and tasks that I need to do while learning are clearly identified and discussed. Overall, this is a great course.
The commands are prepared in txt file. The Instructor go though step by step and he explained some other options in case there are errors in the given command.
–Montaner M. U.
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Build practical skills in CentOS Linux installation and web server setup with this tutorial for beginners.
Although we make all the tutorials and demonstrations on CentOS operating system, note that CentOS explicitly aims for complete binary compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The only real difference is that CentOS has the branding-related packages from RHEL replaced with recompiled versions from the sources provided by Red Hat.
So learning CentOS is 99% the same as learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
In this course you will learn about:
Physical dedicated server set upDigitalOcean and Amazon Web Services virtual private server set upCentOS 7 Linux operating system installationApache / Nginx web server, MariaDB database and PHP installationOracle VirtualBox installation to create your own VDS host serverAnd much more tweaks in the upcoming monthly updates, including but no limited to tuning the web server for low RAM systems, applying security tweaks to your server to make it less vulnerable to external attacks etc. Powerful Tools at Your Fingertips
Learning Linux server setup essentials puts a very powerful and useful tools at your disposal. After finishing this course, you will be able to…
This video is about configuring Nginx as a reverse proxy for Apache.
In this tutorial we’ll configure Nginx to act as a reverse proxy for Apache — a classical setup for maximizing production web server efficiency. I assume that we are making the setup to the clean server (with no Nginx or Apache installed).
This video is a part of my Udemy course “CentOS Linux Server Setup Essentials for Webhosting and More”. You can enroll with a discount of 50% at https://www.udemy.com/centos-linux-server-setup-essentials/?couponCode=YOUTUBE50
And please, see the downloadable materials tab inside the course for sample config files.
Setting up servers for your business or startup can be a tedious and expensive process, particularly when you’re just starting out or switching to a new platform. Amazon Web Services is incredible but you can still feel like you’re becoming an accidental System Administrator trying to set everything up correctly. However, with the right instructions, you can get up and running in a few hours–saving you time, money, and a headache.
This course will walk you through Amazon’s Web Services, with a focus on setting up Django and leveraging their Free Tier to keep your project free (for low-bandwidth uses for one year). We’ll start with the very basics of launching and configuring Django on EC2, discussing different ways to connect to your system while keeping it secure, we’ll progress to fine tuning your system with fast and efficient content delivery, and finally we’ll dive into all the ways that you can scale your system on this incredibly elastic platform.
A quick note: Amazon Web Services is used by some of the largest websites on the internet, including Netflix and Yelp, as it’s extremely scalable, but, it’s also a favorite of many entrepreneurs and VC’s who know to take advantage of their Free Tier. It’s just a great deal.
What this course is:
An easy-to-understand walkthrough on how to host Django using Amazon Web Services which covers: launching a Django-ready server in minutes or optionally launching a “plain” Ubuntu server and configuring Django + dependencies manually (see below for server details), setting up and enhancing security, using FTP & SSH to transfer over project files (a sample project is included) securely, serving static (CSS/JS/Image) files from a Django server and leveraging Cloud Storage (S3 and CloudFront CDN) to make your site faster, setting your project up for production, upgrading your instance for immediate performance increases, adding more instances and load balancing them,…