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How Rails websites are hosted has changed quite a few times over the past decade, and even though Civo.com is just over a year old it's already on it's third method.
With the World Cup now in full swing, I wanted to talk about the MVP of our open-source software team, our star player, the one and only Ceph.
Sometimes a small yet dedicated team needs a do-it-yourself solution rather than a massive implementation that involves multiple specialists and other budget draining resources.
As we’re near the launch of the Civo community forums, I thought I’d give you a run down of what to expect, an insight into the design process here at Civo and a sneak preview of what’s to come.
Attending RailsConf is great way to stay up-to-date with issues, features and people in the Rails community. But it's so far away...
My name is Kaari Strack, and I am the new Junior Rails Developer in the Absolute DevOps/Civo team. I am fresh-out-of-the-box when it comes to industry experience and veteran medals - but don't let that put you off! I don't!
Since we last blogged it's been a busy time at Civo HQ. Here's a run-down of the many things we've been working on.
As you may know already, amongst a tonne of other stuff like new features, updates and the odd fix here and there, we’ve been working on our refer-a-friend scheme.
As most of you will have heard, two new widespread vulnerabilities were announced this month. The two are distinct, but related and are known as Meltdown and Spectre.
IPv4 addresses are running out and need to be conserved. We are making changes to improve the efficiency of how we allocated them and this article explains why we are doing so and how it will effect you.