In my previous post, talked about how we can optimize RPA deployments in terms of cost, performance, handling complex use cases and optimally re-use components by using microservices. There are some scenarios, where implementing microservices can be costly in terms of resource expenditure and also cost for third party services. In this post we will try to figure out flow and integration of one of such use-cases.
Now-a-days cheap VPS’s are very much available. Usually these cheap VPS’s provides very low resources. Minimum reasonable disk space, very low CPU share, 32 to 128 MB RAM. Main problem with low resources is that these fills up very quickly with logs. It would be very beneficial for these systems if the logs may be stopped or at-least minimized. And the logging also takes quite a bit CPU percentage.
Git is the most popular version control management tool/system today. Being distributed in nature, it facilitates lower risk of losing the whole repo out-of-the-blue. Because, user always has a copy of the repo. And there are a lot of vendors, offering hosted git server. And most the offerings are free with a reasonable limit.
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In the previous post, I tried to write a step by step procedure to install and configure a GitLab Community Edition Server. Now, whenever we are running a server with some kind of hosting, whatever that may be, site-hosting, file-hosting, image-hosting or any other kind of hosting, proper backup is needed. Whatever we do to protect our server, for a cloud vps, it’s unlikely, but it may crash, or for some un-known reason, hosting account may be suspended, or host may go down for bankruptsy or server’s IP may get banned and the site can’t be accessed due to the firewall of the ISP. So, there are many reasons, that can result in no-access-to-the-server. And as a precaution, we need to take backup of the server regularly.