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How to convert your laptop/desktop into a server and host internet accessible website on it:
You must have heard of AWS, Google App Engine, and Heroku. They provide web application hosting services. There are a number of such companies. In the nutshell, they abstract the intricacies of networking and make web application infrastructure highly scalable and available. When we put a web application in production then we must go with one of these service providers. But they are not cheap and can cost fortunes if not used with caution.
When you start with an idea and start to build a prototype to test it then deploying on these service provider’s cloud platforms may be out of your budget. Or even if you can, then also a lot of limitations come into picture when using the free resources provided with a cap by them. For example, if we run a machine learning model on a server then it will require a large amount of RAM and CPU processing and these come at a huge cost.
AWS in free tier provides 1GB of RAM, 30GB of disk storage, 20GB of RDS storage and i5 single core CPU with high-speed internet of course. I use AWS mostly for my deployment and have been happy most of the time with the performance. It also cost real cheap when used under the limits. But recently I had a setback when tried to run ML model for an app backend because it required a lot of RAM. This made me think, how can I keep developing the application with the teammates distributed around the globe without paying a huge amount of money? So, I went on to convert my old laptop into a server and made it serve the APIs for the team to work. That laptop has 6GB of RAM, 1TB storage, and 4 core i5 processor. I only had to pay the internet cost and that was very cheap. Make sure you keep your server or workstation under enough maintenance at least once a month, contract the most adequate IT services for your needs.
In this article, I will share the knowledge and hacks I did to convert my laptop into a server. Going forward, I must present my intentions for writing this Article. We as a developer work on a lot of applications may be web or mobile but we don’t look at the underlying processes that making it happen. I want to bring forward that picture to broaden our outlook and at the same time appreciate the beauty underneath.
How important is the internet in our day to day life?
To aptly describe the immensity of the internet, someone even drew the internet as the base of the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pyramid (It’s basically a ranking of things required in the life of a human). So, today the understanding of internet is utmost important for any developer or even a person.
What is the internet?
I would say it is a huge network of computing devices communicating with each other based on a pre-agreed set of rules called protocols.
How does this network formed and works?
The edge devices that are part of this network are called hosts or end systems. Laptops, mobiles etc are hosts. The end systems are connected by a network of communication links and packet switches. The communication links are made up of physical medium such as copper wires, fiber optics, radio spectrum etc.
One end system sends data to another by segmenting the data into small segments with header bytes on them. These packages of information are called packets and are sent through the network to the destination end system where they are reassembled into original data. A packet switch is responsible for routing the packets to its destination. The packet switch takes a packet arriving on one of its incoming communication links and forwards that packet on one of its outgoing communication links. Our routers are a packet switch. The sequence of communication links and packet switches traversed by a packet in known as the route through the network.
There is beautiful analogy presented in the book Computer Networking by Kurose and Ross. It says a factory that needs to move a large amount of cargo to some destination warehouse located thousands of kilometers away. At the factory, the cargo is segmented and loaded in a fleet of trucks. Each of the trucks then independently travels through the network of highways, roads, and intersections to the destination warehouse. At the destination warehouse, the cargo is unloaded and grouped with the rest of the cargo arriving from the same shipment. Thus, in many ways, packets are analogous to trucks, communication links analogous to highways and roads. Packet switches are analogous to intersections, and end systems are analogous to buildings.