Hosting

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Hosting

The MakeMagic Web Server is located at the FutureHosting London Datacenter. It is running on CentOS and Plesk.

Hardware now includes Dual Intel® Xeon processors, SAS hard drives in RAID-10 configuration, and 24-36GBs of RAM.

Public Network Front End Features

Open ID

makemagicID services are, at the moment, restricted only to MakeMagic related individuals and registered users


id.makemagic.gr
Get your OpenID from MakeMagic

Available IDs:

with Pavatar Support - http://pavatar.com/

 

What is OpenID?

OpenID eliminates the need for multiple usernames across different websites, simplifying your online experience.

You get to choose the OpenID Provider that best meets your needs and most importantly that you trust. At the same time, your OpenID can stay with you, no matter which Provider you move to. And best of all, the OpenID technology is not proprietary and is completely free.

For businesses, this means a lower cost of password and account management, while drawing new web traffic. OpenID lowers user frustration by letting users have control of their login.

For geeks, OpenID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity. OpenID takes advantage of already existing internet technology (URI, HTTP, SSL, Diffie-Hellman) and realizes that people are already creating identities for themselves whether it be at their blog, photostream, profile page, etc. With OpenID you can easily transform one of these existing URIs into an account which can be used at sites which support OpenID logins.

OpenID is still in the adoption phase and is becoming more and more popular, as large organizations like AOL, Microsoft, Sun, Novell, etc. begin to accept and provide OpenIDs. Today it is estimated that there are over 160-million OpenID enabled URIs with nearly ten-thousand sites supporting OpenID logins.

OpenID authentication is now used and provided by several large websites. Providers include AOL, BBC, Google, IBM, Microsoft, MySpace, Orange, PayPal, VeriSign, LiveJournal, Yandex, Ustream and Yahoo!

Easy to understand what Open ID is, on http://openidexplained.com/