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Cyberwar never ceases

A great deal of our work as Linux system administrators is related to security. Each server we maintain is bombarded on daily basis in a never ending cyberwar. Some of our customers (e.g. the website of the former Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs, government websites, high profile political organisations and media sites) are obvious targets but […]

Why and how to publish a plugin at

The first ever WordCamp was held in Finland on May 8th and 9th in Tampere. Many from our staff participated in the event and Seravo was also one of the sponsors. On Friday Otto Kekäläinen had a talk with the title “Contributing to – Why you (and your company) should publish plugins at”. […]

WordCamp Finland 2015 brings WordPress enthusiasts together

WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress, the free and open source personal publishing software that powers over 75 million sites on the web. In May of 2015, WordCamp will finally have its debut in Finland. The event is set to take place at the home base of Seravo in Tampere. WordCamps come in all different flavours, based on the […]

A guide to modern WordPress deployment (part 2)

Recently we published part one in this series on our brand new WordPress deployment platform in which we covered some of the server side technologies that constitute our next-gen WordPress platform. In part 2 we’ll be briefly covering the toolkit we put together to easily manage the Linux containers that hold individual installations of WordPress. […]

A guide to modern WordPress deployment (part 1)

As a Linux and open source specialist company, Seravo provides services to many companies that run Linux in a web server. Not surprisingly, in many of these cases, the top-level software running on the server is of course, the world’s most popular CMS, WordPress. We love it!

Top 8 features and priorities for company websites in 2014

What makes a good website in 2014? Here are the top 8 most important priorities a business website must have to be successful and competitive today. 1. Responsive design The share of mobile devices is growing all the time so websites are required to work on devices of all sizes. Responsive design means that the […]

Improve MySQL performance to speed up websites

In every business the rule is that if your service is slow, you’ll loose customers, and it certainly applies online too. If your website takes two seconds to load instead of a half second, you’ll loose visitors and business. Even if it is just about improving by a few seconds, on the web it does […]