Technical articles

23 February, 2023

Improving the performance of your Laravel queues

Aidan / Technical

While investigating slow servers, we discovered some common performance issues with Laravel queues. Here’s how to speed things up for your sites.

09 February, 2023

Better SSH Key management comes to Cloud Containers

Connor / Cloud Containers

Managing your Cloud Containers’ SSH keys just got easier - no more duplicates, and no more keys hidden from the Control Panel.

29 April, 2022

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) available on VPS and VDS

Max / Products

The latest long-term support (LTS) release of Ubuntu is available for provisioning.

07 December, 2020

New Update Opens Up Our API

Tim / News

The SiteHost API is now easier to access, better documented, and ready for you to build great things.

A smart speaker in a home.
14 November, 2019

Voice Search - What Is It & Is It Relevant (yet)?

Ricky / Technical

You might have heard of the Amazon Echo or the Google Home. In this blog post we'll look at what Voice Assistants, and Voice Search, could mean for your business.

A building roof with Google's logo.
06 November, 2019

Google Chrome and the mystery of ‘mixed content’...

Brendan / Technical

Google Chrome will soon start blocking 'mixed content'. In this article we will explain what 'mixed content' is and what to do about it.

AMD Epyc hardware.
31 October, 2018

Our New AMD Based Nodes

Nathan / News

Nathan does a deeper dive into the CPU market and what innovations AMD are bringing to the table and what the future may hold for server hardware.

18 June, 2018

TLS 1.0

James / Technical

TLS 1.0 is being deprecated. What does this mean, and what do I need to do to be ready?

Linux pengiun.
23 January, 2018

Meltdown: How to Protect Your Linux Server

James / Technical

Meltdown is a serious vulnerability that has recently been disclosed. This article outlines how to make sure your Linux server is safe.

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