Advantages of using Ajax in your website

September 29th, 2011 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Advantages of using Ajax in your website

These days Web development has become one of the emerging fields where one can apply their individual innovative skills and technological knowledge to develop many interesting and useful applications with an ability to drag the attention of millions of people. Hence, web development is emerging very rapidly and is generating thousands of jobs every year. But to develop any kind of software application we need we need base software on which the application is to be developed, and AJAX is one such web development software. The expanded form of AJAX is asynchronous JavaScript and XML. With the introduction of AJAX the entire virtual World Wide Web got revolutionized into a new dimension and as a result development of web application became much easier, standardized and much better than before.

Advantages of using Ajax in your website

Easy customization

AJAX software is a boon for those private organizations that develop their own web applications for their dedicated company. The numerous features and tools provided by AJAX web developer allow the designer to customize the software very easily as per the requirements.

Stable

The main advantage of using AJAX is that the web applications that are developed through this software are very stable and do not crash easily. Even if the page is heavily loaded the application runs smoothly until some external application interferes in its working like some kind of fictitious spam applications which gets attached to the application when hosted on net.

Fast buffering of data

Also the reloading and refreshing of the page is generally very fast as compared to normal applications. This fast reloading feature is due to a very advanced slotted buffering technique, which is implemented in AJAX applications. Here the data is buffered from server to client machine through various pipes of data flow each of which is assigned a definite start and end point. After each pipe has finished the piping of the entire data assigned to it the data is assembled and then the application is finally executed. So the buffering speed increases tenfold than normal buffering.

Secured transaction

Another essential feature of AJAX which makes it popular for using it in any kind of web transaction applications is that JAX provides a single one-one interface between server and client. This not only increases the security of data but also increases the efficiency.

Advantages of using Ajax in your website

 

The most important feature of AJAX which makes it more popular among the people is that it is open source application developer software. This means anybody can modify the code of AJAX to implement more features and can assimilate that updated version to be used by all for completely free of cost. This increases the flexibility of the software and makes it more popular among the people, as it is always being updated according to the growing needs. Google the well known open source company uses AJAX for most of its vital applications starting from Google map, Gmail, g-talk and many others. Thus AJAX is a boon to today’s web development market.

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Use Facebook API To Create Applications

September 18th, 2011 | Posted under Internet Trends, The Internet | No Comments »

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

Facebook API is a great way to create applications and share them with your friends and family. Usually, you will come across a large number of apps on Facebook, and hardly half of them are officially built. Someone creates them using their coding knowledge, and bundles them within the Facebook interface so that people throughout the world can use them. Building these applications gives an opportunity to get a totally new experience and lets you integrate them with social plug-ins and once it’s made available once at least 10 of your friends start using it. Creating applications requires you to have a prior knowledge of Java, PHP, and Python or C#.

The steps involved in making a Facebook application are as follows –

 

Start off

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

First of all, you will need to create a new application page. For this, you will need to go tohttp://www.facebook.com/developers/ and choose the option “Setup new application”. Give an appropriate name in the space provided. Read the Facebook terms before continuing in the given link to ensure that you are not violating any of their rules.

Fill in details

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

In the edit details page, you can choose to give a description to your application so that people can know what it is about. Provide all the required details. You will be automatically selected as the administrator for this application.

Facebook integration form

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

All the apps are loaded onto the canvas page which will be responsible for running it. You will have to put an appropriate canvas page URL for your application. Suppose you name your app as “My App”, then the canvas URL should look like www.apps.facebook.com/myapp. Fill in the form, and remember to use ‘https’ when asked for a secure canvas link. Also provide the link where you’ll be hosting your files.

Uploading library files

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

Here we are assuming you have already used your programming skills to develop the application. Now you will need to upload the source files so they can be integrated. Create a folder in your site and extract the library files.

Authorization

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

To make the experience personalized, you will need the application to access the personal information. For this, you will need to redirect to following URL –https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth?client_id=APP_ID&redirect_url=CANVAS_PAGE.

 

Social feed

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

To update your app status on people’s news feed, you have to include the piece of code provided.

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

Requests

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

This is required to send requests to friends to help in completing work, or to promote the application. For this, you will have to include another piece of code as provided.

Use Facebook API To Create Applications

You can create a variety of applications. It can be a game or retrieving your friend’s profile pictures and turn them into a yearbook to remember your precious moments. You have to apply your own imagination to create your own app in order to make it unique, and to make sure that people enjoy using it. Facebook Graph API provides further advanced modes of creating applications, and it completely exploits the platform provided by Facebook. You can use those features to create real time apps, with providing updates from time to time. Once you start creating apps, you will find it very interesting and you might want to venture into the depths of it.

 

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Use Green Web Hosting To Make Profits

September 18th, 2011 | Posted under Computer Advice, Green Living, Green Web Hosting | No Comments »

Use Green Web Hosting To Make Profits

Use Green Web Hosting To Make Profits

Green web hosting is quite a recent development in the field of web hosting. The primary concern of the people is that using internet to globalize businesses takes up resources in the form of electricity. The rate of growth of this globalization is so high, that within a few years, consumption of energy for the purpose of web hosting will surpass all other major sources of pollution. So it is crucial that these hosting companies prove that they do not adversely affect the environment in an attempt to increase sales or increase the number of customers.

Some of the ways by which you can profit by web hosting are explained below.

 

Renewable sources

Use Green Web Hosting To Make Profits

The main issue for any web hosting company towards environmental pollution is electricity, which uses fossil fuels. So to overcome this, they can move towards renewable sources of energy like solar panels or wind farms, which are replenished in nature, as well as eco-friendly. Moreover, they are cheaper to use, so greatly reducing the expenditure on power sources.

Centralization

A centralized green web hosting company is the one in which all the green appliances are managed under a single authority. These companies benefit a lot more than those companies who only use some of the green appliances to cater the clients. As a result, this tends to decrease the daily operational cost.

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Popularity

As green web hosting is gaining importance with each passing day, people are also encouraged to use their services from them and avoid the others for the protection of nature. This can be utilized in the sense that many other companies can buy shares of the green web host to upload their web sites. This will allow the web hosts to make a profit out of it.

Greater good

Usually small companies refrain themselves from getting a green web host of their own for the initial cost. But they can be encouraged to work for the greater good, so that they can altogether work for the benefit of mankind, and help each other to utilize resources efficiently. Thus it should be the main aim of any green web host to influence more companies to come forward.

Expansion

Expansion is one of the ways by which a green web host can extend their limits to provide a better solution to environmental pollution. They can improvise in other ways, like acquiring certificates for installing other alternative sources, and try to reduce the cost. They can be innovative, and can go for creating large scale awareness, and increasing popularity among the people.

Green hosting is still very fresh and mostly conceptual. Though there are many companies who took initiatives to be a green host, there are several more that came forward to help them out. Recently they have been encouraging non-profit organizations to play an active role in maintaining the earth clean and green by planting trees and finding out ways of saving energy. Making profits out of it is alright, but there is still more to explore. To actually harmonize with the nature, it needs more support and collaborations and to develop the web hosting system accordingly. There is a lot of popularity yet to gain, and lot to expand and centralize in order to get the most out of it.

 

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How to build your applications using ANT

June 29th, 2011 | Posted under Software, Web Design Tutorials, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

How to build your applications using ANT

ANT stands for Another Neat Tool. It was built by Apache thus also known as Apache ANT.  It is open Source and works across different platforms. Basically it is a tool to which helps in automating different tasks/processes that program developers have to do on a daily basis.

 How to build your applications using ANT

Why ANT and not others?

The main difficulty faced by programmers while using other build tools like Gnumake, Nmake, JAM, etc. was while working in different platforms. All of these are shell based and limit your operations to only the OS type you are working on. ANT on the other hand is NOT shell-based rather it is extended using JAVA classes. Config files are XML-based and by just calling a target tree your tasks are executed, thus the term “Neat”.

How to install ANT and start building?

Installing Apache ANT is quite simple and works with any JAVA environment (JRE or JDK). The current new version of ANT is Apache ANT 1.8.1. One has to first download the binary files (available on the official ANT website) and then just add the location of the binary folder to the location of the environment variable. Then set ANT_HOME variable to where ant is installed.

How to build your applications using ANT

Ant is build into many IDEs too (WSAD/RAD/Eclipse). All have a specialized “Ant View”. You can use it automate not only JAVA projects but any complex repetitive task.

Getting started with ANT

Since most of the time ANT is used to compile and build in JAVA, it would be more appropriate to discuss this first. Compiling and building in JAVA is basically generating, compiling and building JAR files.

Working with ANT can broken down to three key aspects; Target, Tasks and Properties.

Target is a set of tasks to be executed.

Task is a piece of code to be executed (Can have multiple attributes).

Properties are set are not a variables.

You can start off by first creating a build.xml file in the same path as of the sources (sources are generally put in the sub-directory SRC).

For compiling we need a jar file in the classpath. To define the location of this file you need to create a property file.

#===================================

#             File Name: letsbuild.properties

#===================================

env.LIB=c://java//thirdparty//lib

The tasks e following operations
Clean the build directory if exists.
Create the build directory where the new classes will be built.
Compile the java classes.
Build a jar file from the java classes

The build.xml file

<project basedir=”.” default=”hello-world”>
<property value=”build”/>
<property file=”build.properties”/>
<target>
<delete dir=”${build}”/>
</target>
<target depends=”clean”>
<mkdir dir=”${build}”/>
</target>
<target depends=”init”>
<!– Compile the java code –>
<javac srcdir=”src” destdir=”${build}”>
<classpath>
<pathelement location=”${env.LIB}/required-jar1.jar”/>
<pathelement location=”${env.LIB}/required-jar2.jar”/>
</classpath>
</javac>
</target>
<target depends=”compile”>
<!– Build the jar file –>
<jar basedir=”${build}” destfile=”${build}/new-jar.jar”/>
</target>
</project>

Here we have simple created a jar file using ANT build file. This could also have been done by few batch commands in command prompt but the advantages using ANT are that the files can easily reused and parameterized, also sub projects can be created and other operations too can be implemented. Few operations which come with ANT are zip file task, editing text/xml files, sql operations, etc.

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How a web server works

June 29th, 2011 | Posted under Uncategorized, Web Design Tutorials, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

How a web server works?

The term “Web Server” is a program (the term can also refer to the computer the program is running on) which in simple terms acts like a delivery agent between the clients (web browsers) and the World Wide Web (or the internet). The communication Protocol here is HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol); hence sometimes a Web Server is also called a HTTP server.

How a web server works

A brief overlook of HTTP

HTTP is the “language” or protocol using which computers on the World Wide Web talk to each other. The client asks for specific files/pages/data to the server and the server returns the request. All the communication done is through HTTP. These are predefined set of rules and thus form a protocol between the client and the server. HTTP 1.1 is the current version used in the World Wide Web.

The Client Side

The client (Web Browser) talks the server with a Universal Remote Identifier (URI). This has many components, first defines the Protocol to be used. Most of the time it is HTTP but other protocols like Ifap, FTP and Malto too can be sent. A Web Server recognizes only HTTP and returns Error for others.

The Connection

The browser connects to the server on port 80. This is usually the case when no port is specifies in the URL like http://xxx.zzz.com:436. Here 436 was explicitly specified.

The Server Side

Every server has an IP address. After the client establishes the connection with this IP address and requests for a specific page the server looks at the file extension of the requested page. If the client requests for a file that is a simple HTML or an HTML extension then the web server fulfills the request and processes the file to the browser. If the client has requested for a page that needs to be processed by a web application server then a web server passes the request to the application server. Now the application server takes over and processes the file/page and returns the results to the web server. Following which the web server returns the request with the desired file/page. The purpose of the web application servers is to interpret the programming instructions and generate the page that a web browser can interpret. They help in the construction of dynamic web pages by the developers.

How a web server works

The operations which take place

The user types in an address, e.g. www.address.com in the web browser and a socket will be created which will allow the client to send/receive data (bytes).

The HTTP request is created by the browser (after examining the URI and the HTTP method).

After a successful/valid HTTP request a connection is made using the TCP connection port 80.

The web server examines the request, if valid processes it.

Fetches the required page and returns it back to the client. If the web server fails to fetch the requested page then it returns ERROR.

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Using Eclipse idea to create java web applications

June 14th, 2011 | Posted under Software, Web Design Tutorials, Web Hosting | No Comments »

Using Eclipse idea to create Java web applications

Web applications are extensions to application servers. They are classified into two types, one is service oriented and the other is presentation oriented. These applications are designed using Java. Components like servlets and endpoints are made use of. These applications run on different computers. They make use of other servers or networks in order to communicate. It can even be simple as well as very complex with many details. The programming language Java is used because it comes with many packages for web application designing. The servlet technology is the framework of the process of web designing. Servlets are basically like classes.

How to install Eclipse

Installing Eclipse is quite easy. You have to just unzip the archive and run the  .exe file. Later launch the program with the Eclipse Workbench.  Eclipse is open source software and can be downloaded from its official site http://www.eclipse.org/.  The current version of Eclipse is 3.6.1

Using Eclipse idea to create java web applications

Usage of eclipse idea makes web application designing easier

Eclipse is additional multi-language software and also a plug in system. It is written in various programming languages. The widely used language is Java. It provides an environment for software development. It is suitable in its basic form for Java developers.

This software is open source which makes it free of cost as well as allows the user to modify the source code. It works best in the runtime environment provided by Java and is considered to be the best tool available for web applications based on java as it provides editing with cross referencing and validation.

Servlet Technology

It is a very important technology made available by Java and the simplest model for the creation of a web application. For creating a Java servlet you have to take care of Java Server Pages. It is similar to HTML but the basic difference it has embedded Java codes. The details we fill in the pages are first input and then it is sent to the servlet and it connects the user to the next page that is to be followed.

Using Eclipse idea to create java web applications

Steps to be followed while using Eclipse

First the software has to be installed and then a new project is to be created which can be selected from the main menu. Then select the option dynamic web project available under the option web. Then the runtime of the target is to be provided by the user. If the user is using eclipse for the first time then one needs to define a new server which can be reused for other projects too. The present version of eclipse web tools project used is 0.7.1. It is further upgraded to version 3.3 which is also available.

Advantages of Eclipse

It has made many developments over its previous versions. It has a better debugging support and also includes hyperlink stepping. It has a quicker navigation feature and the development is task focused. Also one of the good aspects of Eclipse is that it is very extendible and supports good plugins (e.g. CDT, PHPEclipse).

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Clustering of web application

April 6th, 2011 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Web Application Clustering- Networking Made Easy

Clustering of web application is necessary when continuously available, high-performance and secure web application is the main concern of a business. When several parallel servers are required, clustering is done to run an application. This is technically called cluster nodes. The vital advantage of clustering web applications is that when the load is distributed among different servers, then even if there is a server failure, the application would be still available via other nodes of the cluster. This clustering process finds its maximum application in scalable enterprises, where the performance can be further improved by adding more nodes to the cluster. Several servers provide this clustering process. One of the most famous is the JBoss Application Server (AS) and Sun Secure Application Switch, which supports clustering out of the box.

For simple clustering, encryption and failover, web servers include Software load-balancing and Encryption plug-in, to place it on a web proxy server. In large-scale deployments, load-balancers and hardware accelerators are necessary for firewalls and encryption. But complexity arises because the hardware used is from different vendors. Also reliability, correctness and interoperability may endure huge costs and waste time. This gives way to alternative method of web clustering, which combines failover, load-balancing, encryption services, into one single device.

Clustering of web application

The above fig shows the clusters and server nodes.

The 2 vital benefits of clustering of web applications are

Virtualization of Switch

In this application, a multiple and virtualized load-balancer and security domains are created in a single switch. Device resources may be partitioned into multiple virtual switches, each with application of switching, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) acceleration, load-balancing and management policies and quotas. The main advantage of creating virtual switch is to obtain healthy isolation of traffic in networking which otherwise requires firewalls and complex access-control rules.

VLANs and L4 and L7 load-balancing

This runs parallel with virtual switching. The strong virtualization consolidates multiple web infrastructure networks into a single device.

A Sample Application and Its Deployment Architecture

Clustering of web application

The above figure shows Deploying a Single Application-Server Cluster where the configuration of content delivery portals or large intranets. The sample application like ‘clusterjsp’ shows the process of load-balancing and failover function.

Creating Server Cluster Application

Simply a cluster can be created with 2 server instances running on 2 distinct hosts (machines) or one can complete the process by running the 2 instances on the same host on different ports.

Clustering of web application

The cluster can be simulated in two ways

By using Project Glassfish, application-server of Java platform, Enterprise Edition 5 and Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 9 can be implemented. This whole process will take only 30 minutes.

Another way is to adopt this option using administrator privileges on the test systems and evaluate the advanced management, high availability and monitoring capabilities.

Configuration of Application Switch

3 ways to configure Application Switch is possible-

HTTPs Web Interface.

Secure Shell (SSH).

Telnet-accessible command-line interface (CLI).

Connection To Application Switch

One can connect to the Application Switch from the Administrator Console.

After this final testing of the sample is done for allowing it to be used as a cluster network of Web Applications.

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AJAX and jQuery

March 2nd, 2011 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

AJAX and jQuery

AJAX

Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, or AJAX, allows the client side of an application to communicate with the server side of the application. Before AJAX was introduced, there was no other communicating channel, through which the client party of any web application could directly communicate with the server. Instead, page loads would have to be used. However, with the development of AJAX, the client and the server can communicate swiftly and easily with each other. JQuery is a library for developing AJAX based applications which allows programmers to be simple and concise while developing JavaScript. JQuery can also be used to handle events and develop animations, while at the same time seamlessly adding AJAX support to web applications.

Uses of AJAX

AJAX scripts are usually activated by a mouse click on the side of the user, after which a request is sent to the server-side script (like PHP, ASP), using XML. The server side script accepts the input from JavaScript accesses the database and processes the requisite data. This data is then sent back to the client side of the application using XML. A JavaScript function called the callback function caches the data and updates the web page.

Login

AJAX also finds use in networking sites, where instead of going to a login page and then moving to the page you originally wanted to go to, AJAX allows you to enter your login credentials directly in the original page, from where a request is sent to the server to log the user in. The sever lets the browser know that the user is logged in, and the current page is then updated as required.

Voting

AJAX is also used by some popular sites to decide the content of the sites through voting.

AJAX and jQuery

Search suggestion and Auto Fill

Google was one of the first heavyweights to implement AJAX in their search suggestion tool, as well as auto-complete applications, which used AJAX to search and suggest for possible results after every keystroke.

AJAX and jQuery

AJAX is also used for several other purposes like light boxes, which have replaced conventional and irritating pop-ups. AJAX also finds use in chat servers, where two main AJAX processors work as the “eyes” and the “ears” of the server.

jQuery

As far as the advantages of jQuery are concerned, one of the principal reasons why it is so popular among website developers is the fact that it is much more lightweight, easy to use and relatively faster than other commonly used libraries. Using jQuery, it is possible to develop concise scripts as compared to other libraries, which make it further possible to develop to perform a large array of functions using lesser complicated and extensive coding. Another advantage that jQuery has over other libraries is that it is compatible with all browsers, which eliminates the necessity to develop separate client side codes for different browsers. JQuery’s principal advantage is its ability to develop lightweight AJAX applications in ASP.Net using JSON support, thus bulky ASP.Net codes can be avoided. The functionality which is provided by the jQuery library can also be extended, and using jQuery also makes it possible to incorporate several templates freely available on the Internet.

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Rapid web-application development with Ruby On Rails and MySQL

March 2nd, 2011 | Posted under The Internet, Web Design Tutorials, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Rapid web-application development with Ruby On Rails and MySQL

Rapid web-application development with RUBY ON RAILS and MySql

“Ruby on Rails” generally shortened as RoR is one if the best web application development framework available for the Ruby programming language. It is intended for use with “Agile Development Technology” which helps in creating rapid web application development. It was first created by a person named David Heinemeier Hansson in July 2004 under an open source license. From then onwards about six versions of this toolkit has been released.

Technical overview

A lot of recent developments have added many new packages and up-gradations. Major developments include,

Efficient built-in engine

The built-in engines helps reuse the application codes along with view paths and models. Like many other available frameworks RoR uses MVC (Model View Controller) architecture pattern to develop applications. The commonly used tools are now preinstalled in the package. WEBrick, a simple ruby web server is also given with the distribution. The extensive use of JavaScript libraries like Script.aculo.us and Prototype for Ajax makes the web framework very noteworthy. The most recent version of RoR also use a technique called Unobtrusive JavaScript. This functionality actually separates the main logical part of the application from the structure and other related parts of the application.

Modular Nature

Ruby runs using the Matz interpreter as its default but it has been criticised by many for issued on scalability. Merb now comes integrated with RoR, and it has given a new structure to the whole system with modular coding interface. Earlier the Ruby developers had to use very specific sub-frameworks to be developed on applications but now this is changed forever. The choice between the sub-frameworks likes ORM, jQuery, DataMapper or JavaScript can be made without hassle.

Default templates

Large number of default templates is included out-of-the –box. It eases developing the basic structure of the applications with customisations and configurations. When developing an application today we look forward to fast code generation because of a very fast changing web world. The whole package of Ruby on Rails along with MySql makes sure we follow their principles “Convention over Configuration” and “Don’t repeat yourself”. The first principle states that we have to just create the code for the unconventional things we are using in the web application, the code generation of the conventional things will be taken care of through templates. The second principle states that we do not have to repeat every detail or code of a newly included object. The parameters linked to it will automatically be configured to make it work.

Easy interface

The new “Rack server interface” and “Metal” helps the developer to write optimised code fast and easy. These interfaces allow very highly configurable “middlewares” applications to be integrated with “Ruby on Rails”

Easy integration with MySql

All important web applications have a database running behind the scenes, to manage all the huge data generated from the corporate servers. This is where MySql comes in handy. It is the best known database management application in the world running. From small to gigantic databases it can manage all of it with ease and also is licensed under open source software.

Each passing day more and more developers are shifting to this. It is one of the best available rapid program development environments for web designers.

Rapid web-application development with RUBY ON RAILS and MySql

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How to Make Best of your Web Server Resources

November 19th, 2010 | Posted under Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

How to Make Best of your Web Server Resources

Web server is basically a program which delivers various contents like web page with the help of “Hypertext Transfer Protocol” commonly known as HTTP in the World Wide Web commonly known as WWW. This term refers to a virtual machine in which the program is running. In commercial field, the server is responsible for providing network connection to a larger area, the server computer is rack mounted along with other servers to regulate such a tremendous job. The main function of web server is to provide web page as requested by the client. This delivery data includes HTML generated documents, including style sheets, images, java scripts and other related data. The clients are actually web crawler or web browsers not the ultimate the user. This is because the user requests for a web page to the web browser, the web browser then finally communicates with the server to request for that page by using HTTP, then ultimately the server responds to that request by providing the contents of that page or displays an error message if unable to do the needful. Along with this a server is also embedded with webcams, printers or routers and also local networks for direct data transfer through LAN instead of HTTP which is much faster. Web servers sometimes integrate with system components and thus helping in monitoring and administrating the system devices. Thus the web server itself helps in maintaining the system thus no additional software is required. Thus, helps in optimum resource management and maintenance.

Basic graphical model of web server

How to Make Best of your Web Server Resources

Features a Web Server should have for optimum management of server resources

Virtual hosting

This is to serve websites to the requested client using single IP.

Large File Accommodation

This is to serve files having size greater that two gigabyte on a 32 bit operating system.

Bandwidth throttling

To limit the uploading speed to prevent the server from going to saturation mode, thus helping in serving more clients with the available resources.

Server scripting

This is actually dynamic generation of web pages keeping Web site and Web server completely separate.

Web server working

How to Make Best of your Web Server Resources

Load limits

Each web server has a certain load limit, thus it can handle only a limited no of clients. This limit depends upon the software and hard ware limits of the operating system used, type of HTTP request, cache memory of the server and the dynamic and static content origin setting of the web server. Sometimes due to various factors like excessive web traffic, XSS viruses, computer worms, network slowdown and many other reasons the load limit crosses and then the server stops responding .

So to maintain the server properly, the following steps should be taken to prevent load saturation

Management of network traffic

This is done by properly managing the firewall protection to prevent unauthorized access from unknown IP. The “HTTP traffic managers” should be maintained properly to rewrite, redirect and drop requests from bad HTTP. Traffic shaping and Bandwidth management should be done properly to improve the server working.

Traffic management

How to Make Best of Your Web Server Resources

Efficient software

Only efficient and effective software should be used in server machine.

Exact configuration

The configuration of the machine should be optimum with desired processor speed, RAM and proper cooling technology.

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