What is a stack?
A web service stack or LAMP stack is a bundle of software containing all the components required to create, manage and maintain dynamic websites or web applications. Software components include an operating system, web server, database and programming language. The LAMP acronym refers to the popular combination of Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP, but this is just one of the many possible configurations.
How are stacks managed by Fasthosts?
How much control do I have over my stack?
What’s the difference between Root Servers and Managed Stacks?
What’s the difference between shared hosting and Managed Stacks?
Should I move from shared hosting to Managed Stacks?
What technical skills do I need to use Managed Stacks on CloudNX?
How do I create a Managed Stack on CloudNX?
What web servers, scripting and databases can I use on my stacks?
Can I create a stack with just a database?
Can I change the amount of CPUs, RAM and storage on each stack?
How do I know whether a stack has enough resources?
What are containers?
How do containers work on CloudNX stacks?
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