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Convert RedHat to CentOS And Save Money Today!

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Discussing how to convert RedHat to CentOS has been an increasingly common topic with IBM’s acquisition of RedHat. Many organizations are reviewing their RedHat agreements and asking themselves what they get from their RedHat licensing and support dollars. RHEL resellers are also concerned that their biggest competitor and RedHat reseller (IBM) is now in complete… Read more »

Disaster Planning & Overnight FedEx Added To Our Off-Site Backup Service

Thursday, February 9, 2017

A-Team Systems is excited to announce two excellent improvements to our off-site backup service! Not only does our service outperform Amazon S3 by over 4x, we now offer more than just backup storage and operations. These additions advance our off-site backup service into a full fledged disaster recovery system. Disaster Planning We now include full… Read more »

FreeBSD 11.0 Deployment Soon!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

FreeBSD 11 was formally released last month and we’re very excited to start rolling it out to our clients in the coming weeks. FreeBSD 11.0 brings a host of new features and improvements including: Improved BHyve: BHyve is FreeBSD’s type-2 native hypervisor which boots virtually any FreeBSD and Linux version and now includes a native… Read more »

Continuous Port Scanning and Mail Real-time Blackhole List Monitoring

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

A-Team Systems proudly announces another addition to its maintenance and monitoring plans: continuously scanning all of our client’s public-facing infrastructure for open network ports as well as being listed on mail RBLs (real-time blackhole lists). Server Scanning One off port scanning when a system is put into place is normal practice for systems and network… Read more »

Systems Administration Retainers

Thursday, March 10, 2016

A-Team Systems has formally rolled out monthly retainer plans which represent a significant discount over our standard hourly pricing for clients who are regularly expanding and adding new projects to their infrastructure. These plans compliment our existing monthly maintenance and monitoring plans giving you complete predictability and cost management. Retainer hours can be allocated to… Read more »

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Monday, May 9, 2022


How to Find NginX Version

How to Find NginX Version In 2 Quick Steps Finding your NginX version is a simple process that can be completed in just a couple of steps. We’ve assembled some brief tutorials for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. These are intended to help you determine your NginX version, as well as troubleshoot errors that… Read more »

Tuesday, April 19, 2022


MariaDB vs MySQL: Which Relational Database Should You Use?

MariaDB vs MySQL: Which Relational Database Should You Use? MariaDB and MySQL are both popular relational databases, and they are both similar in how they function. However, they are different at the end of the day and one may not be ideal for everyone. So which should you use? The answer will depend on your… Read more »

Thursday, April 7, 2022


What is Redis and Why You Should Use It

What is Redis and Why You Should Use It If you’re new to Redis, you may be wondering what exactly it is and who should use it. So, we spent some time putting together this overview that will give new users a better idea of what it is and how it works. After reading this… Read more »

Wednesday, March 23, 2022


FreeBSD vs OpenBSD: Which is Right for You?

FreeBSD vs OpenBSD: Which is Right for You? FreeBSD vs OpenBSD. Which is more secure? Which is faster? Which is generally superior? Both have their strengths and weaknesses, and both appeal to different audiences depending on needs. Our open-source experts sat down to cover some of the major differences between these two platforms in order… Read more »

Tuesday, January 11, 2022


The Difference Between Apache and NginX

The Difference Between Apache and NginX Apache and NginX are two important players in the web server sector. According to Stackscale, Apache makes up roughly 34% of the web server market and NginX accounts for about 33%. But how are they different? When should you use one over the other? We’re going to compare and… Read more »

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