My personal web site and other web sites that I operate have been hosted on various servers running Plesk since 2002. I’m comfortable with the platform, and usually upgrade to new versions after experimenting with them in my lab.
In 2001 a new era in my life was about to begin. I was 17, in the final year of my Higher School Certificate (HSC) and based in Sydney. I had also started performing a customer service role for a Brisbane based hosting company Aussie Hosts.
Anyone who has flown within the past few years would have seen the now ubiquitous barcode on the boarding pass that’s scanned upon boarding the aircraft.
Earlier this month, Parallels released a beta of Parallels Plesk Panel 10.2. The feature that I am most excited about is the long awaited IPv6 support.
A DNS resolver is to the Internet what oxygen is to a human being. The Internet as we know it today requires them to function and while we may not notice it when they’re functioning normally, we very quickly notice if they are “polluted” (ie: returning bad/stale data) or if they’re offline.