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.
What is a web server, and how does it work?
Between LAMPs and LEMPs and PHP and other acronyms, web servers can be a confusing lot. Let’s answer an essential-but-common question: What is a web server?
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!
Using docker-compose to add web apps: The self-hosting handbook
Quickly add web apps to your self-hosting Docker stack using docker-compose. Start with Gitea and FreshRSS and get the tools to self-host almost anything.
Self-hosting handbook: A docker-compose tutorial
Master a complex Docker infrastructure with a docker-compose tutorial that’s both simple and powerful. Build an SSL-backed reverse proxy in minutes.
Self-hosting with Docker: The definitive handbook
Learn how to create and configure a self-hosting infrastructure with Docker and docker-compose, Let’s Encrypt SSL, and near-infinite customization.
Installing Nginx, MySQL, PHP (LEMP) on Ubuntu 16.04
A virtual private server (VPS) is most often used to host dynamic websites and applications. This requires installing and configuring a web server.