Monthly Archives: May 2013

HybridCluster in Wordle form

We thought it would be fun to run choice parts of our source code through Wordle.net and here were the results! Enjoy:

HybridCluster 2.0 Intelligent Auto-Scaling feature set revealed

Cloud and hosting service providers can live migrate workloads with zero downtime with super dense Intelligent Auto-Scaling platform BRISTOL, UK (28 May 2013) – Building on the momentum of the successful launch of version 2.0 of its integrated suite of storage, replication and web clustering software, HybridCluster, an early stage software solution provider to the …

New office!

Here at HybridCluster we’re been growing quickly! Just thought I’d share some pics of our new office… Haha, Benton wearing a hoodie. Only when he’s *not* in Bristol. Dave and I preparing for the move with beer. Woah, what a lot of furniture! Things immediately improved with some great Berlin techno. Dave and Dave chatting …

HybridCluster 2.0 self-healing, ultra-high availability capabilities unveiled

Cloud and hosting service providers can recover from failures automatically and seamlessly with self-healing High Availability platform. Following the recent highly successful launch of version 2.0 of its integrated suite of storage, replication and web clustering software, HybridCluster, an early stage software solution provider to the cloud and hosting industry, today unveils full details of the ultra-high availability platform within HybridCluster 2.0.

PHP One-line FizzBuzz

With the recent 2.0 release of our self-healing and auto-scaling distributed hosting platform, there’s a lot of “buzz” in the air about HybridCluster as of late As we continue in our endeavours to innovate and improve, to transform the standard of shared hosting and present a real, affordable solution to the traditional problems faced by …

PHP – Generating XML from arbitrary-depth associative arrays

Here at HybridCluster HQ, I’ve been busy working on some integration with a few external APIs for a new billing and accounting system. One of the APIs I’ve been working with is a REST API to which we POST XML data for recording new invoices. The structure of the XML is fairly predictable – items …

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