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Architecture & Web Development in High Scalability World

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Octivi releases the first PHP client for Ceph

[...] truly ready for Cloud The post Octivi releases the first PHP client for Ceph appeared first on Octivi Labs. [...]

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[...] during the project. The post How to choose an IT company to your project? appeared first on Octivi Labs. [...]

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[...] SaaS platform? Check out Octivi! The post Database design in SaaS platforms appeared first on Octivi Labs. [...]

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