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Cool uses for Docker
VPS Uses | Oct 04, 2018 | By Dwijadas Dey | 9 min read

7 cool uses for Docker: WINE and tweeting from terminals

Docker containers are a beautiful, flexible thing. Here are a few of our favorite cool uses for Docker on your VPS, from the useful to the downright ridiculous.

Development | Sep 27, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 10 min read

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.

I kill every VPS I touch
Development | Sep 11, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 10 min read

I kill every VPS I touch

I am not a good sysadmin. In fact, I’m a pretty terrible one. But admitting that just might be the only way I actually remember to keep learning.

Self-hosting Nextcloud with Docker
Self-Hosting Handbook | Aug 21, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 5 min read

Self-Hosting Nextcloud with Docker: Self-hosting handbook

Using Docker-Compose and the self-hosted stack from this guide, we can start self-hosting Nextcloud in minutes, and without all the sysadmin headaches.

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.

Self-hosting administration: Page 4 of the definitive self-hosting handbook
Self-Hosting Handbook | Aug 09, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 20 min read

Self-hosting administration: The self-hosting handbook

Self-hosting administration doesn’t have to be tough—with this stack and a few simple steps, you can keep your self-hosting stack in tip-top shape!

Docker images: How to containerize and deploy your project
Tutorials | Aug 01, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 13 min read

Docker images: How to containerize your project

Any web app, blog, or even pure HTML website can be “containerized” with a Docker image to make it portable and shareable. Learn how in this quick tutorial.