Proxying Proxmox 4 with Apache

by Will Roberts on

In some of our locations, we've found it's easier to grab a dedicated server and carve up the resources ourselves. This allows us to scatter some of our secondary services around the globe to improve the resilience of our network. Our tool of choice thus far has been Proxmox for its ease of use and…

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Useful database fields

by Paul Reinheimer on

We've been running WonderProxy for a while, over time our rather skinny contracts table has been expanded with a few new columns, and joined data. Here's what we're happy with: managed Contracts that have this flag set are not deactivated by any of our automated systems. This is helpful for our larg…

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Our VPN, what we log, and why

by Paul Reinheimer on

There's been a lot of interest in VPN services lately, mostly due to a change in US policy. WonderProxy offers VPN services, both as part of our proxy plans and through an individual VPN plan that provides access to one server in San Antonio, USA, and one in London, UK. We launched our VPN to help o…

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Iterating on an Interactive UI with ReactJS

by Caroline Shaw on

While building the beta of observ.io over these past few months, Paul tasked me with creating an interactive UI where users could compare individual tests that they have run. The initial ask was: We should help people diagnose problems by allowing them to view different test results and compare th…

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React Design

Building New Things

by Paul Reinheimer on

We're building something new at WonderProxy: a monitoring platform called Observ.io! It's pretty exciting and is a large departure from WonderProxy, which is a website wrapped around some off-the-shelf software (squid). Building new things is scary: there's so much you don't even know you don't know…

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