Redis Cache For Speeding Up Your WordPress Website
A quick tutorial on installing Redis and configuring Wordpress to communicate with Redis as a caching layer.
Tutorial: VPS Security Audits Using Lynis
We’ve written in the past about general security-focused steps you can take to protect your VPS, such as enabling SSH authentication or general server maintenance, but there comes a time …
Tutorial: Get More From Terminals With tmux
tmux allows you to switch between several programs within a single terminal—particularly useful when working on a VPS. Let’s dive in to see how it works.
Tutorial: Installing WordPress on LEMP and Ubuntu 16.04
If you already have a LEMP stack running on your VPS and want to install Wordpress, you’re in luck—this tutorial will walk you through all the steps.
How To Enable 2FA For Your SSD Nodes dashboard
Here at SSD Nodes, we can’t recommend enough that our customers turn on two-factor authentication (2FA) as soon as they create their account and launch their first virtual private server …
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.
Connecting to your VPS with SSH and improving security
As soon as your new virtual private server (VPS) is partitioned, you’ll probably want to log in and get started. SSH is your answer.