Monthly Archives: August 2016

Pro-tip: Scaling properly with Nginx worker_process and max_pool_size

Originally posted on Learn with fun:
This post talks about worker_process and passenger_max_pool_size options for nginx and how these configurations play an important role for scalability. Recently our client reported that API performance was  bad and it was taking a few minutes to respond! But,…

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Using SVG to draw graphs easily and fast!

Originally posted on Fun To Learn:
Do you want to draw a graph in HTML? Are you a backend developer and not a UI developer? How will you go with this? You will surely search for some available library to…

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Searching on steroids

Originally posted on Happy Coding !!!:
There are plenty of indexing/search servers available out there like Solr, Sphinx, Elasticsearch, Google Search Appliance and many more. But out of all the above, Elasticsearch is gaining more attention to it because of it’s popularity. This…

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Houston, we got attacked

Originally posted on Happy Coding !!!:
Houston, you there ?? We’ve had a problem here. One of our EC2 instance which has Redis server on it, got hacked out of nowhere. Just before we knew it is hacked, we were screwing up with Redis configuration and…

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