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How To Connect A Domain Name to AWS (EC2) Instance

Route 53 Record Sets | Map a Registered Domain onto an Amazon Machine (ec2) Instance Observable Value You have registered a domain like assets4u.co.uk and you want the browser url http://www.assets4u.co.uk to serve the index.html page on the apache2 middleware web server. Pre-Conditions you have registered a domain name with Amazon’s Route 53. Route 53 sets up (1) hosted zone

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AWS EC2 | Open Route to Install Middleware Services Behind Apache

This page describes the procedure for opening and locking ports during a middleware services installation. Middleware Service Installation When installing middleware services behind the Apache Web Server on Amazon Web Services (EC2) you sometimes need to allow traffic to flow temporarily on one of the unsecure ports. The way described does not pose a security threat primarily because you are

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How to Setup Archiva Behind Apache

For those who need an industry grade Archiva installation and http://localhost:8181/ is not good enough. Apache Archiva Behind Mummy Apache We want to install Apache Archiva so that an Apache Web Server acts to proxy the requests received from the internet. We benefit from a cleaner URL and HTTPS (SSL) becomes an option when hiding behind Apache’s huge skirts. https://www.build-business-websites.co.uk/artifacts/

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Route Jenkins SSL Traffic Via an Apache Proxy Server

How to Route Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache Mapping SSL traffic destined for Jenkins via an Apache proxy server is a continuation of Routing Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache. Jenkins 2 Admin Password Requires SSL If your Jenkins server is out in the big wide internet, it needs protection. Jenkins 2 brings administrator passwords – if you use plain HTTP

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Jenkins Behind Apache | How to Configure Apache as a Proxy for Jenkins

How to Route Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache If Jenkins is part of your toolset, it pays to run it behind Apache. 1. You do not want http://your-domain.com:8080/ 2. So change it to http://your-domain.com/jenkins The clutch of tools in the build-business-websites.co.uk domain all share the “behind Apache” middleware pattern. Jenkins at https://www.build-business-websites.co.uk/jenkins MediaWiki at https://www.build-business-websites.co.uk/wiki Subversion at https://www.build-business-websites.co.uk/assets This page

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How to Customize Subversion HTML Index Template

Why Brand Subversion Index Page Why re-brand the Subversion home page – it gives your users a consistent look and feel as they browse your intranet or version controlled assets. The current page template is minimalistic even for open source standards. View the source of Subversion's home page and you will see <html><head><title>assets – Revision 0: /</title></head> <body> <h2>assets -

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Subversion Repository Security | 4 Security Configurations | Choose One

Subversion Repository Security Configuration We've outlined 4 security configurations to help you secure your Subversion repository (or other similar middleware services). a Maximum Security Configuration a Good Security Configuration an Open Source Security Configuration a Weak (But Simple) Security Configuration Maximum Security Configuration For maximum read/write security to a repository in a cloud you should access it by setting up

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Prefer Apache .htacess Over Configuration in Apache Conf Files

Prefer the dot htaccess file over configuration in the Apache sites available folder. Why You Should Apply Config to htaccess when possible 1 == Prefer .htaccess configuration over /etc/apache2/sites-available 2 == [.htaccess] is easier to install and change 3 == [.htaccess] is more robust and highly portable However Tomcat may be the Exception 4 == Can Tomcat Proxy ProxyPass ProxyReverse

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