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

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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.

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Uncategorized | Apr 20, 2019 | By Rob Perry | 11 min read

What is a VPS? An intro to virtual private servers

What is a VPS? VPS is short for Virtual Private Server. Essentially, a VPS is a virtualized server that acts like an independent physical (dedicated) server. A VPS is created …

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.

VPS Uses | Apr 11, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 7 min read

7 more uses for your VPS: setup a VPN & more

Want some more ways to use your VPS to its fullest? How about trying out a VPN, self-hosting, VoIP, or even some philanthropy?

13 smart terminal tools to level up your Linux servers
Development | Apr 04, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 21 min read

13 smart terminal tools to level up your Linux servers

The Linux terminal is highly flexible and customizable—here’s 13 surefire way to be more productive and make your Linux server life easier (or prettier!).

VPS Uses | Apr 01, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

What is RAID 10? (and how does it help your VPS?)

We’re proud of the RAID 10 configuration we use on our SSD-based servers because it offers both tremendous speed and maximum file redundancy. Here’s how.