Shared hosting to VPS: What to expect in the migration
A virtual private server offers more power and less cost compared to shared hosting, but keep these tips in mind when migrating from shared hosting to VPS.
7 Docker uses for minimalists: GUIs, IDEs, and honeypots
There’s a ton of Docker uses those who are both minimalists and sysadmins—use it to run GUI apps locally or set up a honeypot for ultimate VPS security.
5 simple ways to get a return on your VPS investment
For those of you who want something tangible in return for your VPS investment, how does at least $62.38/mo sound? Replace your paid SaaS apps with free alternatives and get …
7 powerful VPS troubleshooting tips to minimize downtime
Your server is down. However you do learn about downtime, and no matter what you’re doing with your virtual private server (VPS), your priority is clear: Get it back online. …
Perk up your VPS and terminal with Zsh and more
Like most things with Linux, the terminal is highly customizable. With a few switches and some additional tools, you can create a terminal experience that not only feels more user-friendly, …
How much RAM does my VPS need?
The question that plagues more VPS buyers than any other. And while no one size fits all, there are some easy ways to determine your needs or current usage.
Hacking the youth: Why every kid should have a VPS
With my first kid on the way in November, I can’t help but start to plan. It’s in my nature—the more I feel like I have a handle on the …