We have not gone completely bananas and launched an animal themed shared hosting company. But we have made a fake one – Happy Moose – as a reference for running such a business in a public cloud using AWS. Check it out!
Welcome to the second part of our ABC of Hosting series, in which we take a quick look at some industry essentials. This time we focus on the letters E to H.
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Years of unstructured documentation was catching up to us. It was a matter of letting our documentation site collapse and form a super-dense black hole that would threaten the very existence of our planet, or initiating a major reboot project. After some contemplation, we chose the latter option. Here we have collected some of the insights we gained from this experience. So before attempting to do any of the below at home, please learn from our
mistakes success story.
It’s been a couple of months since we released our new documentation site. We said it was a work in progress, and you might have noticed that it is. Since a lot of changes and additions have been made to the site since its release, we figured it was about time we gave you an update on what’s new. These are no giant leaps for mankind, but big steps in the process of improving usability and content.
We are happy to announce the launch of our new documentation site, learn.atomia.com. Here we have collected all of our documentation in one neat package, and in the process made some significant changes to how it’s presented and organized. Read on to learn what’s new, and what’s coming!