Contegix has been hosting the initial meetings of the Gateway Groovy Users, a group dedicated to Groovy and Grails.
Prior to the existence of Mod Proxy AJP being built into Apache HTTP we used Mod JK for any Tomcat based instance we hosted here.
As of late, Erlang (the functional programming language behind ejabberd and portions of Facebook) has been picking up steam and gaining some popularity.
We’re often asked at Contegix, “Do you perform automatic upgrades of Application XYZ?”, and are answer is always emphatically, “No”.
We’ve spoken in the past about Hyperic monitoring, and the roll out of this application to our managed customers.
At Contegix, the NOC engineers spend a lot of time working with Atlassian’s products.
As a large hosting provider we use a lot of different applications, and we try to keep them all as secure as possible.
Did you know that right now, while you read this, there’s a sleeping giant sitting unopened in your Confluence instance?
In the past few months, nginx (pronounced “Engine X”) has become The Little Engine That Could.
Beginning in September, we began to quietly upgrade our backup system. The previous system worked well and never lost customer data.