Cuzillion: Performance best practices tool

Steve Souders has released a nice little tool called Cuzillion which has the tag line of ?cuz there are zillion pages to check, although it could also be that there are a zillion ways to do Web development! The tool lets you test out different te...

SELinux - Highly Secured Web Hosting for Python-based Web Applications Print E-mail
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Monday, May 26, 2008 | Open Source

Traditionally, web hosts have had a difficult time offering efficient, highly secure web space for a multitude of customers. Generally, a host will provide cheap accounts on a shared server and offer virtual machines as a more expensive option for the more security-conscious site owners. In this article, Joshua Kramer will explain how to provide highly secure hosting for Python-based web applications in an efficient manner. With the popularity of applications such as Trac, Django, and TurboGears, Python-based web applications will become more prevalent in the future, and the concepts presented in this article will become more valuable.


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