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Celebrating’s Legacy as We Embark on IOFLOOD’s Future

Greetings to all our valued clients, technology enthusiasts, and supporters, I am Gabriel Ramuglia, the founder of both Vtunnel and IOFLOOD. Today, I am excited to share with you a significant milestone in our journey — a celebration of Vtunnel’s achievements and the pivotal role it has played in IOFLOOD’s evolving story. Celebrating Vtunnel’s Journey

Ultimate Kubernetes Tutorial: How to Set Up Kubernetes and Docker

Imagine you’re moving houses and you have a lot of items to transport. You could carry each item individually, but that would be inefficient and risky. Instead, you pack all your belongings into boxes. These boxes make it easy to move your items from one house to another, ensuring they arrive in the same condition

Shared Hosting vs VPS vs Dedicated Servers: How to choose the right hosting for your business

Are you struggling to decide which hosting solution is best for your business? Don’t base your decision solely on price! In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the differences between shared, VPS, dedicated, and cloud hosting, and their impact on your website’s performance and security. Our goal is to help you make an informed decision on

Horizontal vs Vertical Scaling: A Framework for VPS and Shared Hosting Providers

Your hosting business is growing rapidly, and you’re starting to feel the pressure of accommodating an increasing number of clients on your dedicated servers. It’s a good problem to have — but still a problem. It’s a common challenge faced by many VPS and cPanel shared hosting providers, and it begs the question: how do

MDADM Status Notifications: How to configure mdadm email alerts for software raid drive failures.

When managing a dedicated server, one crucial aspect to keep an eye on is the health of your RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) system. RAID systems are like the unsung heroes of the server world, working behind the scenes to keep your data safe and accessible. Just as you’d want to know if your

How to configure IPv6 for SolusVM

At IOFLOOD, quite a lot of our customers run VPS hosting companies, so we try to be familiar with the technologies and control panels used for VPS hosting. We do this because we want to provide help when our customers face challenging server configuration issues. In today’s article, we’re going to discuss how to configure

What is All Cores Turbo? Differences from Base Clock and Max Turbo.

In the server hosting industry, one of the most confusing hardware performance statistics we are faced with is CPU ‘core performance’, a metric that is advertised differently by just about every manufacturer, which makes it about as easy to understand as string theory, algebra or if pineapple belongs on pizza!   For today’s blog entry, we

Server Pricing Report – July 2021

Welcome to the sixth installment of our monthly server price reporting for 2021. If you were following along, last year we’ve been tracking changing parts prices for RAM, SSDs, Hard Drives, CPUs, and a couple of GPUs. Typically this is done monthly, and then shared on our blog. Currently, all listed prices are from eBay,

How To: Manage and Monitor Your Server with ‘Device Manager’

Welcome to another entry of our Ubersmith ‘how to’ series! For this post we’re going to walk you through the capabilities of ‘Device Manager’ in Ubersmith and how to utilize it to better manage your server. Ubersmith is the management software that our customers use to submit tickets, view billing information, and manage their services

Testing the network speed of your server with iperf

With 10gbps and faster network ports becoming more common all the time, it is becoming increasingly important to make sure that a server can actually use all of that bandwidth. At these high speeds, many things can go wrong that limit your performance to less than the maximum speed of the port. The most important