WordPress with CloudFront and S3

May 3 2017

How to setup WordPress with AWS CloudFront CDN origin push

What is Amazon CloudFront CDN? Amazon CloudFront is a fast content delivery network (CDN) service that securely delivers data, videos, applications, and APIs to customers globally with low latency, high transfer speeds, all within a developer-friendly environment. CloudFront is integrated with AWS – both physical locations that are directly connected to the AWS global infrastructure, … Continue reading “How to setup WordPress with AWS CloudFront CDN origin push”

May 1 2017

New Website Launched

  We are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website! After six months of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our new website. The updated site has a new modern look and feel, new logo, brighter colors, better browser compatibility and is mobile friendly. It … Continue reading “New Website Launched”

Aug 8 2016

How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site

This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare. CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. What is CloudFlare? CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with BUYHTTP! If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, our value proposition … Continue reading “How CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site”

Aug 3 2016

Memcache Installation for CentOS and cPanel

Are you taking advantage of the super fast caching capability of memcache? now available on all BUYHTTP shared, VPS and dedicated servers. Dynamic websites like Joomla and WordPress sometimes feels sluggish after installing a number of plugins or modules due to the number of database SQL queries generated by these plugins, so how do we fix … Continue reading “Memcache Installation for CentOS and cPanel”

Apr 10 2014

Heartbleed Bug Update

There has been a major security flaw found in OpenSSL, which is installed on every server we run, and around 2/3rds of all servers in the world. This vulnerability is known as the Heartbleed bug. The vulnerability was found and released on Tuesday, and we immediately went looking for the fix. The bug only affected … Continue reading “Heartbleed Bug Update”