On 24 July 2014, we launched a new OS template: Ubuntu14.04LTS (64-bit) with LEMP stack pre-installed. You might be wondering, what is a LEMP stack and what’s the difference from the existing and the more popular LAMP stack. Let’s talk about LAMP stack first. 🙂
LAMP Stack, with Apache
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LAMP is an acronym for a model of web service solution stacks, comprising of these components: Linux (can be Ubuntu, CentOS, etc), Apache web (HTTP) server, MySQL database and PHP programming language. This is a combination of components which is very popular and has been around for quite some time.
The role for LAMP’s web server has been traditionally supplied by Apache, which has been (and is still) the most popular web server application on the public Internet. In fact, according to Wikipedia…
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