Category: hosting

27 September 2016

Comparing Magento Hosting Solutions

Up until recently, the advice around hosting for Magento sites was clearly focused on dedicated hosting solutions. With the level of optimisation needed to run a Magento site to its full potential, this was the best option almost every time.

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A New Way of Managing Your Magento Site

Today we’re excited to announce the official launch of our new Magento eCommerce Hosting Platform. It’s been almost a year in the making as we wanted to be sure we delivered something better than just servers.

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27 May 2015

We passed!

This time of the year is always a stressful one for anyone taking exams. What a relief it is when you find out you’ve passed. Well, we’ve sort of been given a pass mark ourselves – The Inspection Manager have given us the thumbs up in a case study they’ve written with us about how ... We passed!

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8 May 2015

CentOS 7 Has Arrived

Great news, CentOS 7 is now available on our full range of servers! We have Vanilla and Plesk installation profiles set up and as soon a cPanel is available on CentOS 7 we’ll have an installation profile for that too.

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31 March 2015

Our Top 5 Not-Very-Factual Facts About Backup

So once again it’s World Backup Day (we know, it feels like only yesterday we celebrated it last). And it’s that time of year when we have to think of something interesting to say about backup in a thinly disguised effort to get you to buy it from us.

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23 March 2015

Supporting a Good Cause

Like us here at Melbourne, many of you raise money for causes you are passionate about. However did you know that when you use websites like Just Giving or Virgin Money Giving to fundraise, a percentage of your donations actually go to pay the fees for the service? Well, one of our customers aims to ... Supporting a Good Cause

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28 January 2015

Ghost Vulnerability Affecting Linux

You may have heard about a highly critical vulnerability called Ghost or Ghostbug (CVE-2015-0235) affecting most Linux distributions. This vulnerability is present in the glibc (or eglibc) software on nearly every Linux server currently deployed, and affects versions originally released from 2000-2013. This means that the bug is present in nearly every deployed Linux server, ... Ghost Vulnerability Affecting Linux

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16 December 2014

You asked, we listened…CloudLinux is here!

We’re pleased to announce that today we are officially launching CloudLinux as a supported Melbourne Linux distribution! All customers are now able to request CloudLinux as well as our other supported distributions; CentOS, RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), Debian and Ubuntu! CloudLinux is built from the same Fedora base as both CentOS and RHEL with ... You asked, we listened…CloudLinux is here!

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18 September 2014

Introducing the R220 – Small But Powerful!

Here at Melbourne we’re always looking to provide our customers with the best equipment on the market so when we heard about the latest offering from Dell we were excited (well, as much as you can be about a new server) and we couldn’t wait to try it out. On the outside the Dell PowerEdge ... Introducing the R220 – Small But Powerful!

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