If you want to store multiple copies of objects in your S3 buckets in different regions, S3 can be set up to automatically replicate objects from a source bucket into replica buckets around the world, increasing performance and access latency of your a… … Continue readingHow to Replicate an S3 Bucket Across Regions
One of the most common workloads of Docker is using it to containerize web servers like NGINX and Apache to run a high-performance content delivery fleet that can be easily auto-scaled and managed. We’ll show you how to set it up with NGINX.Read … … Continue readingHow to Run NGINX Inside Docker (for Easy Auto-Scaling)
At first, this can seem a bit paradoxical; after all, S3 is usually used as a backup for other services. But, it doesn’t protect from accidental deletions or overwrites, and for mission critical data, you can pay extra to have the bucket replicat… … Continue readingHow To Backup an S3 Bucket (And Why You’d Even Want To)
Multithreading can be used to drastically speed up the performance of your application, but no speedup is free—managing parallel threads requires careful programming, and without the proper precautions, you can run into race conditions, deadlocks… … Continue readingHow To Multithread Safely and Efficiently in .NET
By default, Docker containers are entirely stateless. The data stored on the container is ephemeral, and will be wiped when the container shuts down. This is obviously not ideal for many applications, so Docker provides a few ways of dealing with state… … Continue readingWhat Are Docker Volumes, and How Do You Use Them?