My server setup: Ranvir Singh and Linux containers
Yes, we all do it. Oh, I’m talking about creating and setting up new servers. What were you thinking? It’s time to get honest about our processes.
Do learn Colemak
It’s the weirdest, most difficult to explain, and perhaps the most productive change I’ve made in my computing life. It’s well worth the learning curve.
VPS backups are simple—you’re just overthinking it
People keep thinking that manual VPS backups are some impossible task. Let’s see what happens when we stop overthinking and just use rsync smarter.
The top 5 (wrong) reasons you don’t monitor your VPS
I’ve been using virtual private servers for more than a decade, on and off, and only now have I come to realize the importance of VPS monitoring.
Smart VPS monitoring with NetData and Docker
VPS monitoring a self-hosted stack might seem like overkill, but we want to know if and when something crashes. NetData to the rescue.
A slightly newer face for Serverwise
We’re believers in constant iteration, and our blog is no different. While most changes are pushed under the radar, let’s look into what’s new.
Using Browsh and a VPS to browse ‘bandwidth-free’?
Browsh lets you browse the web using a terminal, which got me thinking: Could I significantly reduce my bandwidth by routing it through my VPS and SSH?