Content Management Systems


Content Management Systems

The Cloud Sites hosting environment supports both unauthenticated (phpmail) and authenticated (SMTP) email messages generated by your websites and sent by the web server. Because unauthenticated phpmail is often flagged as spam...
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Many Rackspace Manager Cloud customers already use the power of the open cloud to support their Magento Community Edition deployments, and many more utilize the Rackspace Hybrid Cloud offering for their Magento Enterprise edition...
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This tutorial walks through the process of manually adding another WordPress site to an existing WordPress Cloud Orchestration stack on Cloud Servers.

Note that in most situations, it's better to create a new WordPress stack for...
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This guide provides the instructions for adding a new node to scale a multinode WordPress environment that was created by using Rackspace Orchestration.


Creating the Node
Preparing the New Node
Adding the New Node to the Load...
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Rackspace Cloud Orchestration for Cloud Servers simplifies the process of creating a WordPress environment, either as a stand-alone server or in a multiple-server cluster.

This guide covers the process of deploying your servers...
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Wordpress is a content management system originally developed for blogging, but has beed greatly expanded through widgets, themes and plugins. Complete the following steps to install WordPress on Ubuntu 12.04.Pre-reqsClean...
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Wordpress is a content management system originally developed for blogging, but has been greatly expanded through widgets, themes and plugins. Complete the following steps to install WordPress on a CentOS 5/6.Pre-reqsClean...
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Many file synchronization applications exist, but few are as versatile as the open-source File Conveyor. The File Conveyor source code is fully documented, and the tool is easy to install. In a matter of minutes, you can have the...
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This video is a quick walkthrough of the one-click process for adding WordPress to CloudSites.  If you would rather install Wordpress manually, see our article on Installing WordPress on Cloud Sites.

 

Frequently Asked...
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This article will walk you through migrating your Drupal database from Cloud Sites to Cloud Servers.A few pieces of advice that should be noted before beginning:Cloud Servers does not have a direct way to talk to Cloud Sites....
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If creating a website for your business is on the horizon, you may be wondering which content management system (CMS) is the best choice for you. Here’s a look at three of the most widely-used ones. All three are open-source...
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Shopping cart software offers more than just payment processing. Most programs come packed with a variety of features to enable you to create and manage an online store. Options include everything from webpage and storefront...
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File Transfers and File Sharing

Many file synchronization applications exist, but few are as versatile as the open-source File Conveyor. The File Conveyor source code is fully documented, and the tool is easy to install. In a matter of minutes, you can have the...
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Content Management Systems

This video is a quick walkthrough of the one-click process for adding WordPress to CloudSites.  If you would rather install Wordpress manually, see our article on Installing WordPress on Cloud Sites.

 

Frequently Asked...
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This article will walk you through migrating your Drupal database from Cloud Sites to Cloud Servers.A few pieces of advice that should be noted before beginning:Cloud Servers does not have a direct way to talk to Cloud Sites....
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If creating a website for your business is on the horizon, you may be wondering which content management system (CMS) is the best choice for you. Here’s a look at three of the most widely-used ones. All three are open-source...
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