Quick Tip: Using Aliases for Good
In Bash, the default Unix shell on most Linux systems, you can save yourself a little bit of time and typing effort by using the alias command to create some …
Secure Your VPS With One Simple Password Trick
Most people who operate a VPS understand one of the fundamentals of password best practices: never use the same password in more than one location.
Worry Not: Our Hobbies Are Safe from AI
Will AI make sysadmins or webdevs obsolete? No matter how complex AI-driven tools get, they can’t share in the passion we have for creating cool new things.
Quick Tip: Know Your Linux Server Shutdowns
Every once in a while, you’ll need to either shutdown or reboot your virtual private server (VPS). Whether it’s completely expected or because of some major issue that can’t be …
The 5 Stages of VPS Deployment Strategies
No matter whether you’re using SSD Nodes for your personal website hosting, game server, or as the home for your startup’s SaaS application, there will probably be a point where …
Useful Linux Commands for Those Who Run Servers
For those new to Linux administration and a VPS, Bash can have a tough learning curve. Get a head start with a handful of key commands.