DNS history

DNS history. When and why was DNS created?

We have talked a lot about DNS. How does it work, and all the related topic around it. But we have never spent some time about the DNS history. What led to the need for DNS? Who was the great person who invented it?

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IPv4 vs IPv6 and where did IPv5 go?

Every time you see some network settings, there are IPv4 or IPv6. As you can guess, the previous versions are long in the past (TCP/IP v1, v2, and v3). But why is it IPv4 vs IPv6 instead of the 5th version vs the 6th? How is that the IPv4 from the 80s is still around? Let’s find out!

IPv4 vs IPv6

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Router vs firewall, can you guess which is better?

Router vs firewall, another article that will put together two different technologies and see what they are good at. We will see another aspect of the “router vs firewall” too, which is the hardware firewall of a router vs a software firewall. Let’s begin.

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Cloud computing trends that will improve our businesses

Cloud computing, 10 years ago it sounded like a futuristic dream, now it is present daily in our lives. In different ways, we all use the cloud, for storage or processing. We open Google Docs for various office tasks, we save to Dropbox, communicate with our colleagues through Slack. What else can we do with cloud computing? What will be the next significant trend in the cloud development?

Cloud computing

Let’s first define what it is. Cloud computing has many dimensions – cloud storage, a server, a platform for development. It gives a huge potential to the consumer or the business. It provides resources of powerful computers, in a scalable way and most commonly on a subscription base. Clients can choose the suitable plan for them and easily upgrade if they need more resources in the future.

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FTP vs HTTP. File Transfer Protocol and Hypertext Transfer Protocol

Today we will see what exactly is FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and how does it compare to the newer protocol called HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). They both can perform similar tasks, and you can see them both still in use. But is it one of them better? Let’s compare FTP vs HTTP

FTP vs HTTP

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HTTP status codes. Error 500, error 502 and more.

Any now and then, when we are browsing the internet, we get one of those – error 500 or error 404. What does this number mean? How many other numbers are there? In this article you will see the different categories of HTTP status codes, what do they say and some examples.

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