Posts tagged with Tutorials.

Ansible tutorial: Getting started with configuration management
Tutorials | Apr 24, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 9 min read

Getting started with Ansible for configuration management (Tutorial)

In this Ansible tutorial, we’ll cover using Ansible as a configuration management tool for setting up a bare CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu server

VPS beginner's guide
Tutorials | Apr 21, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 4 min read

The ultimate VPS beginner’s guide

Every sysadmin starts somewhere. Build yourself kickass LAMP-busting, reverse-proxying, self-hosting colossus with this VPS beginner’s guide.

How to use Docker and Nginx to host multiple websites
Tutorials | Apr 17, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 11 min read

Host multiple websites on one VPS with Docker and Nginx

With this tutorial, you’ll set up a reverse proxy that uses Docker and Nginx to host multiple websites, on different domains, with a single VPS.

Tutorials | Oct 31, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 14 min read

Ansible security playbook for your VPS (part 1)

In this step-by-step Ansible tutorial, let’s build a playbook that creates a new user, installs some packages, and hardens SSH from attack.

Tutorials | Sep 07, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 10 min read

Ansible security playbook for your VPS (part 2)

Using Ansible we can create a highly secure VPS in a matter of minutes. Let’s walk through iptables, fail2ban, and unattended security upgrades.

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Step-by-step Ansible guide, from installation to playbooks
Tutorials | Aug 23, 2018 | By Dwijadas Dey | 38 min read

A step by step guide to Ansible (Tutorial)

Once you get the hang of Ansible, you’ll use tasks and playbooks to deploy secure servers with ease. Our step-by-step Ansible guide will make you an expert.

Linux containers (LXC) and HAProxy
Tutorials | Aug 16, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 26 min read

Hosting multiple websites with containers and HAProxy

Instead of relying on Docker to host multiple websites on a single VPS, use native Linux containers (LXC) and a tiny reverse proxy for lightning speed.