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Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 120 Posted
The site works for some content, on www.tanhive.co.uk but there are a few problems that need validating and sorting out, and you must be very strong with this mix of technologies to ensure everything works together. Centos 7/ LEMP/ SSL (Global Sign certificate installed), Varnish/Nginx/Magento/PhP/mariadb Immediate problems are: Installing PHPMYADMIN is problematic, please install and get it working. Developers complain that updates they are making to the site are not being reflected in the site (CSS files amongst others). Magento isn't sending out mails like it used to when for example there is a user account password reset. Document the setup so I know how NGINX, Varnish,SSL etc. are all working together. Get the mail server setup (postfix/dovecote/other...) Get SFTP setup for both domains to enable developers to upload their releases: dev.tanhive.co.uk and tanhive.co.uk The domain dev.tanhive.co.uk is not working, it needs setting up. The Cookie message installed on Magento...

Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Here are section.io we are looking to employ someone with a good understanding of Varnish Cache in order to work on a “community outreach” program for us. The job entails writing / responding to Varnish posts in forums / social media sites such as stackoverflow, reddit, Quora etc and then using those posts to create content such as Gists / Blog articles that can be read and reviewed internally by our team. By way of examples, current Blogs / Gists can be read on our website: https://www.section.io/blog/ and www.section.io/gists In order to apply for this role, you would need very very good VCL / Varnish language skills and a good understand of our platform www.section.io. A small test will be required in order to show both your writing skills and your understanding of Varnish as a caching language.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 100 Posted
A recent move to Amazon AWS has cause some issues with some usability user and admin issues. 1. Ensure Nginx and Vanish Cache are working together - Issues have been identified with customer log-ins, and admin log-in and function 2. Ensure all admin functions are stable - current issue with saving process has us thrown off the admin, or in to dashboard 3. Ensure all browsers - Safari, Explorer, Mozilla, and Chrome are working for user log in, and checkout. 4. SEO - Identify the issue with Amazon and google. We have several cases where google has show we were offline, when in fact the site was taking orders. Fix issues if they exist 5. Create a front end dashboard process to restart NGinx Cache 6. Confirm backup on R1SoftwareLicense is working correctly 7. Repair issue with staging server re-directing.