Category Archives: HeartyHosting

Serverless v1.14 released

We love Serverless technology here at Boyle Software – being able to build applications comprised of microservices, which run in response to events, auto-scaling, being able to focus on the business problems rather than infrastructure, lower costs etc – the list goes on.

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Duty24x7 alert management system

If you are a DevOp responsible for website uptime it’s important to be the first one to notice website issues or, even better, notice that the site is about to suffer an outage and prevent it. Also, if you are committed to providing 24×7 customer support you want to get notified about the new inquires as soon as they arrive.

To address this we have developed a cloud service called Duty24x7 that allows to resend and escalate unacknowledged email alerts and track them. Continue reading

Header bidding and page load speed

Ad TechAlthough improving page load time is the second biggest reason to use header bidding vs. daisy chaining (after the increased revenue), it has its own problems when it comes to site speed. Due to the single-threaded nature of browser JavaScript runtime and the limited number browser / OS resources, header bidding is likely to add seconds to your average page load time.

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AMI sees record-breaking traffic

Radar Online and AMI logos We are super proud to announce that our client American Media, Inc., reported record-breaking traffic during the month of August! Across all AMI’s digital properties, their number of unique visitors reached 55 million visitors during the month – up 17% over August 2015!

AMI – whose sites are hosted on our own HeartyHosting platform – attracts over 33 million unique monthly visitors to their Celebrity Network and about 13 million unique visitors with their Active Lifestyle category. Their leading sites in these groups are Radar Online and Men’s Fitness, respectively.

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AWS & HeartyHosting

HeartyHosting logoThere are many ways of implementing a high quality service to support high-load websitesEach of these methods has advantages and disadvantages. In building out our own HeartyHosting platform, we have explored many of these various solutions. Below I have tried to combine the advantages, simplicity, and affordability. You will notice that in all cases, we found Amazon Web Services (AWS) to be a superior platform – which is why it is so central to HeartyHosting!

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