site from wherever it is hosted over to one or more on-site servers within
some limited period of time. This is somewhat ironic because the assignment
was written long before actual disaster did befall Columbia and Midlands
Tech in October, when the electricity went out and the internet went down
but the cloud-hosted site stayed active the whole time. But in this paper
the reader must assume some dystopian future where the President of
Midlands Tech does not have this example to benefit from, and assumes that
there is some benefit to moving a site and maintianing a server at ground
zero, because his current staff of computer janitors either don 't have
enought to do or are somehow more skilled than the dedicated staff of
Apache or wherever it is that kept the site running smoothly when the rest
of the city was in chaos.
There is absolutely nothing about this course that will teach you have to
move a web site, so I 'm just going to have to wing it. I will find and
match quotes to the good stuff and throw out the stupid stuff later.
Hopefully this tiny section will be tossed as well. Oh wait, it wasn 't,
because it adds to the page count? Oh well.
The server should be an Apache server, running a Lunux back end for the
network and a Windows front end for interfacing with various clients,
mainly because they all are. Seriously. I defy anyone to find a different
setup anywhere. It works and it works well. PHP for handling site I/O is
somewhat dated but works well with Apache, so I am assuming that is in
place now as well. Changing it up at this point would raise too many
variables. The same goes for MySQL and SQL; the...
... middle of paper ...
...iables. Once the site is up
and running it can be considered. As an aside, I do hope that is a real
feature that is in store for Midlands Tech 's website. The current "system"
of phone-tag is inefficient, immature, and infuriating. I have not managed
to procure an appointment with an advisor since I have been here. Web-
enabled registration is the only reason I am still a student.
And we 're finished. Bob 's your uncle!
Web Hosting For Dummies
Here is a Gantt chart of the process, because Gantt charts are fun. I have
no idea how much time is needed for each step, so I just gave everything
two hours. Real time frames are not in the book. In fact, I can 't find any
anywhere. It 's probably some sort of trade secret. But, colors!
(5 tasks, 3 subtasks ea.)
Here is a flow chart of the process, because those are fun too. Go Raptor!
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