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MWL's "Relayd and Httpd Mastery" Published
Contributed by rueda on Tue May 30 09:58:30 2017 (GMT)
from the fending off the sharks dept.

Relayd and Httpd Mastery, the latest book in the "Mastery" series by Michael W Lucas, is now available.

From the author's page for the book:

The httpd web server provides a fast, stable, secure environment for your web applications. The relayd load balancer lets you distribute Internet application load across multiple hosts. Between the two, you can slash hundreds of thousands of dollars off the cost of building, deploying, and managing applications.

(Those who purchased the book very early should check "Relayd and Httpd Mastery," both the good and the bad.)

MWL's site lists the ways to purchase the book in ebook and printed formats.

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