“LAMP/LEMP Stack Development”
LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. LEMP stands for Linux, nginx, MySQL and PHP. These are archetypal models of web service solution stacks. The term ‘stack’ refers to a software suite or bundle. LAMP is an open-source web development platform, also called a web stack, that uses Linux as the operating system, Apache as the web server, MySQL as the RDBMS and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language. It is a powerful environment that enables web application development and deployment and is easy and simple to use. LAMP is a server which is usually based out of Ubuntu, Fedora, Centos, RedHat etc. One of the big benefits of a LAMP Stack is that it acts as a server for MYSQL’s security, configuration, data backups and restorations. It is best used for server migration, VPS or dedicated server configuration and management. It also enables cloud server configuration. A LAMP Stack also provides IaaS (Infrastructure as a service) like AWS, Google Cloud Platform, or Digital Ocean. It also schedules task management via cron jobs.