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The circus at Amazon AWS® continues!

Amazon AWS® blocks outgoing port 25 on any new EC2® instance, and requires to use Amazon SES®. So you enable Amazon SES® and this is what they reply instantly: In which world emailspermission needs to be granted? Isn’t email a basic internet service? Is it something so spectacular at Amazon AWS®? The idiots thatweiterlesen »

Die Grenzen (und Gefahren) von YunoHost

YunoHost is a great applications manager! It is not only free but also very fast: in a few clicks you have installed a complete application! It is becoming an increasing competitor to Softaculous and even WHM/cPanel. If you are an application developer: you can reach new customers and new users by deploying your software throughweiterlesen »

Amazon FBA ist noch schlimmer

Amazon is in free fall, it is not only their AWS service, but their seller central apparatus too: Here we go, a billion dollar company and they are not able to give a proper link: https://sellercentral.amazon.com/mario/inpvMeeting/appointment/global?mons_sel_locale=en_US returns: What else needs to be said?… Oh yes: it takes an average of 20 days to become aweiterlesen »

Der Weg zum Schließen eines Amazon AWS®-Kontos

Even if you close your Amazon AWS® account: your EC2 reserved instances will continue to be billed (that is nice!). However you can register as a seller on the Amazon AWS® marketplace to sell your EC2 reserved instances. There is a requirement for this: to enter a US bank account. This can be achievable: especiallyweiterlesen »

8 Tage für Amazon AWS®, um ausgehende E-Mails zuzulassen

It took 8 days for Amazon AWS® to allow emails flowing out of the server. They did not want to unblock the port 25 and forced the usage of Amazon SES® upon their new customer. Not only that: but it took 2 days to switch Amazon SES® from sandbox to production. They have more thanweiterlesen »

Es ist an der Zeit, Amazon AWS® zu verlassen!

That is too much: you think you enjoy your Amazon AWS® EC2 instance that you are paying each hour?… You are not: Amazon AWS® refuses to open the port 25. Amazon AWS® was supposed to give productivity and time gains to its customers, now you are just wasting their time. You cannot force your customersweiterlesen »

Amazon AWS® wird zur Qual

Thanks to our support service many new customers are converted to Amazon AWS® every month. However a new painful feature from Amazon AWS® is to block outgoing port 25 on EC2 instances. This can usually be lifted within 48 hours of completing a request form. After 3 requests, the same answer came back: “Rejected“, withweiterlesen »

Die Blockchain-Technologie ist nicht neu

People eat myths and lies like never before. You just have to repeat a false mantra one thousand times: once you get the lie spread and being repeated by others you have won. The number one lie about the blockchain technology is that it is new. Yet it is simply a W.O.R.M. database: Write Onceweiterlesen »

So stellen Sie eine Domain von Freenom® . wieder her

I have talked already about Freenom® previously: if they mark your domain as FRAUD and cancel it, you will see this in the WHOIS: Your selected domain name is a domain name that has been cancelled, suspended, refused or reserved at the Registry If you try to register your domain it will sayNot available”…. weiterlesen »

Der SolusVM IPv6-Bug, der Hosting-Unternehmen Millionen kostet

SolusVM is a virtualization software from a company called Plesk. Es ist beliebt bei Hosting-Unternehmen (weil es billig ist), and it gives the ability to manage VPS. Normalerweise beinhaltet ein Angebot eine Begrenzung der Bandbreite (zum Beispiel: “1TB/Monat Traffic”). However there is a little dirty secret that most hosting companies do notweiterlesen »

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