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Backups for hobby databases

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Today we're launching our new database backup feature. This allows you to simply enable backups for any of your hobby/dev databases and we'll automatically take and store historical dumpfiles of...

Production database lifecycle

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

Our production databases provide you with a fault-tolerant platform for storing all your application data. In this post, I just wanted to outline exactly how these databases run and what...

Home‑made crunchie ice cream

Posted in December 2014 on the aTech Media blog

With Christmas fast approaching and with indulgence and over-eating very much part of the holiday, I made one of my favourite desserts — Crunchie Ice Cream. This is a bit of an...

Hosting Static HTML Websites

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

We've just pushed a new template to Viaduct which allows you easily deploy static websites to Viaduct. A static website is any folder which contains HTML files (plus any assets...

Christmas 2014

Posted in December 2014 on the aTech Media blog

It's coming up to Christmas time here at aTech HQ. We'll be closed for the Christmas period from 24th December until 2nd January. During this time, you won't be able...

Christmas 2014

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

It's coming up to Christmas time here but nothing will really will change for Viaduct users. Our systems are monitored 24/7/265 and should anything occur our team will be on...

Identifying Crashed LXC Containers

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

This is a slightly technical post which I just wanted to put out there to assist anyone who may run into the problem. If you're not using Linux Containers, you...

Upgrading to production databases

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

Starting off with a Viaduct Hobby-level database is a great way to get your application up and running. However, when you enter production we strongly recommend upgrading your MySQL or...

Optimizing your MySQL Server

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

When building a scalable web application, the first performance problem most people will encounter is with their database queries. As your database grows, it is very likely that things will...

The Built‑in Viaduct PHP Server

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

Viaduct has always provided a built-in PHP server which can be used for hosting any PHP application on the platform. Until now, you just added a web process and used...

The Viaduct App Store

Posted in December 2014 on the Viaduct blog

Viaduct is the ideal home for your web applications but it's also a great place to deploy other people's apps for your own use. For example, if you wanted to...