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Network Validation Evolution at Hostinger [Part 2]
Network Validation Evolution at Hostinger [Part 2]

In our previous post, we discussed how Hostinger started using network validation before going live. By implementing network validation for our core network, we have maintained co…

Network Validation Evolution at Hostinger
Network Validation Evolution at Hostinger

A network is the most sensitive part of an infrastructure. To keep it running with less downtime, there is a need to validate its configuration before deploying new changes to th…

SRE Daily Life: Bleeding CART
SRE Daily Life: Bleeding CART

As you know, we run Hostinger.com. It's a critical component as it's like our company's greeting card. Even more, it's the main gateway for onboarding new clients and making reve…

The Hostinger Monitoring Mystery Revealed
The Hostinger Monitoring Mystery Revealed

Back when Hostinger was still a small company, only Nagios, Cacti, and Ganglia existed in the market as open-source monitoring tools. They're less known now, but Nagios and Cacti a…

MySQL Setup at Hostinger Explained
MySQL Setup at Hostinger Explained

At Hostinger, we have various MySQL setups starting from the standalone replica-less instances, Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC), and ProxySQL based routing, to even absolutely custom …

Meet Our New Network Infrastructure
Meet Our New Network Infrastructure

Before we had opened our data centers in the United Kingdom and the United States, we had some problems with our infrastructure. We had no automation, no version control for router…

Scaling FTP at 000webhost.com
Scaling FTP at 000webhost.com

What is FTP? Is it still alive? Unfortunately, yes. In general FTP protocol isn’t as cool and scalable as HTTP(S) and I think it will die soon. Linux Kernel already killed it. We …

Moving Towards Full Stack Automation
Moving Towards Full Stack Automation

In 2015 we launched Awex, the first IPv6-only project powered by Hostinger. It's fully automated, from its application deployments to network gear. Since then, we have b…

From a Few Hours to a Reasonable Convergence Time
From a Few Hours to a Reasonable Convergence Time

Last week we tackled a huge upgrade where we made our current Hostinger infrastructure fully automated. Hence, after a few days of discussions about what tools to use, we decide…

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WordCamp US: Connecting A Global Community
WordCamp US: Connecting A Global Community

Hostinger is proud to sponsor WordCamp US as part of our commitment and contribution to the worldwide WordPress community. If we learned one thing from our experience at WordCa…

Fostering the WordPress Community: Our Podcast Interview with ​​Josepha Haden Chomphosy
Fostering the WordPress Community: Our Podcast Interview with ​​Josepha Haden Chomphosy

In our latest Hostinger Academy podcast, we speak to the Executive Director of the WordPress project Josepha Haden Chomphosy about how careful and conscious community building is …

WordPress Security in 2022 – What We Do to Protect Our Users
WordPress Security in 2022 – What We Do to Protect Our Users

WordPress security is an incredibly hot topic. As the most popular content management system (in 2022, 43.2% of all websites run on WordPress), WordPress faces constant attacks…

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