Breaking down a Dockerfile

A while ago after speaking with the great guys over at Rackspace, we discovered Docker, and have not looked back since. Docker allows you to create server instances in the same way you would create APPs in your application. What does that mean? It means you can run your own little Heroku or SaaS platform […]

Move your htaccess files into your virtualhosts file

Every time your apache accesses a directory, it might be looking for a .htaccess in each of them. Not only in the current directly, but also the parent directories. That’s expensive lookups, especially on cloud based drives, which add network latency and cost expensive performance. Word on the street is, you don’t want to use […]