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Phillip Pace

Continuous Delivery for Magento with Fleet

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Continuous Delivery for your Magento store with Fleet You may have heard of continuous delivery (CD) and continuous integration (CI) without giving either term much further thought. It’s not uncommon for e-commerce managers and even some developers to be confused about how CD and CI can improve your online e-commerce store. Maybe you don’t see the commercial benefits. Maybe you don’t see the need to change your existing processes. Maybe the concept of pushing so many code changes into production every day sounds daunting. So I’m going to explain why you should, you must, you need to understand CD and/or CI and how to apply the deployment process to your Magento website using Anchor’s Fleet platform. The speed, method and frequency of your code deployments will each have a massive impact on the…

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The Internet Show – Why hosting management is important to your online business

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The Internet Show is upon us this Thursday/Friday (27-28 October) and as Anchor has a presence, we are busy preparing for it. I’m happy to announce that we will be presenting a talk at the event about “why hosting management is imperative to the success of your website”. Some of the questions we’ll be asking (and answering) are: What is a system administrator? Do the marketing promises surrounding the cloud make sense? Why are system administrators forgotten? What specifically can a team of specialist systems administrators add to your hosting? The topic of conversation will center around the fundamentals that make up Anchor, and the approaches that we apply every single day to our hosting business. We will cover the need to have some of the most technically adept systems…

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A Simple MySQL Relational Database

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I’ve searched far a wide and all I wanted is a MySQL database schema that incorporated all the common relationships that tie into a relational database i.e one to one, one to many and many to many but haven’t had much luck. So here you go a straight to the point post that will give you: a fully functional MySQL databse schema along with inserted dummy data a relational database with common relationships such as one to one, one to many and many to many a list of example select queries to use to see how you can create table joins between tables To download the database please click here Diagram Of The Database The following diagram will help give you a good visual of all the tables in the…

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