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13

Nov
2017

How Do I Keep My Site From Going Down?

How Do I Keep My Site From Going Down?

Website performance is highly denominated by its uptime. It is integral to downtimeproof your website. There are a certain number of steps to embark  in case you counter any downtime problems. It is always better to have your site saved from any chances of downtime. Or even if something like it hits your website there are always ways to get out of it. Why Do Websites Go Down? A website could hit this sorespot for a number of reasons. These reasons could be really simple or as big to bring down the likes of Facebook and Twitter. A number of common such reasons are sited below. 1. Server Maintenance Your downtime could be of deliberate factors like server maintenance from your host provider’s side. This is something mandatory to update your server with needed software. Usually this is done during excluding the peak hours. But depending on your host location it could affect your prime hour performances. But this situation is so rare and is under the complete responsibility of your host. 2. Overloaded Server Depending on your host or hosting plan and how well they handle traffic surges decide your downtime countenance. If your host or server isn’t well equipped to handle the bulk traffic heading your way it could affect you adversely. In shared hosting plans traffic to the neighbouring sites could cause you downtime. So if your site handles large traffic all the time it is better you choose a dedicated server over shared server. 3. Site Coding Mistake Technical error could lead to downtime issues. In Wordpress even single line missing from your program could mean your site crashing. If the error states to be not from server side it should probably be constituted by a mistake with some plugin, program or theme.  4. Site Attack DDoS attack happen when a hacker with malicious intentions sends in a bulk of traffic to your site Inorder to bring it offline. Have a proper armour of security protocol setup to counter such intrusions. 5. Free Hosting If your host isn’t compatible or equipped to deal with the immensity of the traffic your website or has characteristically got downtime issues, it is hightime you find another host who serves you well. How to Prevent Your Site From Going Down 1. Choose a Solid Host The host you choose ensure everything about your website performance especially your uptime matters. Your server is preserved by your host who shouldn’t find it hard to stabilise your traffic management and also should be resourceful to handle any spontaneous traffic surges. 2. Consider a CDN CDNs not just help cope threats of any impending DDoS attacks but also play an intermediate of being a buffer at times of peak traffic. CDNS like Cloudfare are free to start with and can be improved with going. 3. Keep Your Site Up to Date Ensure all your plugins and themes are up to date and keep track of any new updates available.  4. Consider a Monitoring Service A monitoring service notifies you whenever your site settles offline. If you are not sure of your website being offline this monitoring is impeccable for you. 5. Keep Your Domain and Hosting Up to Date Forgetting to get your domain name or hosting plan updated could have your website offline so make sure the auto renewal option is enabled for the same.  What to Do if Your Site Crashes? You have found reasons which lead to your sire downtime and also had tips on how to avoid it. Now let us look if such unfortunate things really do hit you. 1. Verify It’s Offline Check if it really is offline by trying to access it through some other devices or another mobile phone.  2. Determine the Cause Find the error. Did you miss any update calls? Is the problem with your host or your program? Is it down owing to traffic surge? Find what it is. 3. Reach Out to Support Get in touch with your support team. If they are as efficient like the ones of Cybexhosting they would do the rest for you. You just need to wait it out.  4. Notify Users If you have regular visitors relying on your website you should make sure to notify them of your downtime, through mail, message or a social media post.


12

Nov
2017

Mark Zuckerberg says technology doesnt create jobs, but can lead to better pay

Mark Zuckerberg says technology doesnt create jobs, but can lead to better pay

Zuckerberg wrote after a visit to Oklahoma as part of his 2017 tour of U.S. states that "The number of jobs stays about the same” alluding to the new era of technology He also wrote, in order to operate the increasingly advanced technology, people need more training and therefore get more pay. Mark Zuckerberg says that technology doesn’t pave more jobs but instead sure contribute in improving the pay package of those who get trained and take right advantage of this new advents. Zuckerberg made the comments in a post after visiting an Oklahoma wind farm, a leaf out of his 2017 Travel challenge. ;I have ve got a few more stops and then Friday morning I am doing a live discussion in Kansas about what I have learned this year” , stated the Facebook CEO. Following the comments he took to point how technology impacts the payscale of nations workers. A lot of people focus on whether technology creates or destroys jobs. Ihave seen both this year - -improving tech has created more jobs in some industries and in others it has eliminated jobs. But perhaps the more common dynamic I've seen is that the number of jobs stays about the same, but in order to operate the increasingly advanced technology, people need more training and therefore get more pay; Studies from several universities show that technology bound the chances of job opportunities. Zuckerberg also took to adulate the renewable energy industry in a state usually associated with oil and gas production. I visited a wind farm outside Duncan. Oklahoma is oil country, and the are still the third highest producer of natural gas of any state. But as technology improves and costs get lower, renewable energy is catching up. Oklahoma is on track to become the nations second biggest producer of wind energy behind Texas; he wrote.