Plausible: Self-Hosted Google Analytics alternative

Plausible Analytics is a 100% open source web analytics tool. They aim to reduce corporate surveillance by making a useful and privacy-friendly website analytics tool that doesn’t come from the adtech world.

Plausible provides you with actionable data to help you learn and improve, while the visitor keeps having a nice and enjoyable experience. Cookies are not used and no personal data is collected. There’s no cross-site or cross-device tracking either. Continue reading “Plausible: Self-Hosted Google Analytics alternative”

CloudJiffy 6.3 – Release Notes

In this document, you will find all of the new features, enhancements and visible changes included to the Cloudjiffy PaaS 6.3 release. 


New Features:

1. Password Policy

User accounts security is one of the top priorities for the Cloudjiffy PaaS. In the current 6.3 platform upgrade, a stricter password policy was implemented to ensure our customers’ safety. The new default requirements are:

  • the minimum length of 10 characters
  • at least one symbol for each of the following categories: numbers, lowercase and uppercase letters, special characters
  • must not repeat any of the previous passwords

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OpenSearch Cluster

The OpenSearch Cluster is a community-driven, open-source search engine. It is most suitable for application search or log analytics cases, as it enables people to easily search, aggregate, view, and analyze data. OpenSearch provides a secure, high-quality search and analytics suite that can be easily modified and extended with additional functionality.

Tip : OpenSearch is derived from Apache 2.0 licensed Elasticsearch 7.10.2, allowing the product to be freely used, modified, extended, monetized, and resold.

This guide provides information on:

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