Posts tagged with VPS.

NVMe cloud hosting: everything you need to know
VPS Uses | Dec 11, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 8 min read

NVMe cloud hosting: everything you need to know

NVMe cloud hosting is here, and it’s already revolutionizing how developers create and deploy on the web. Here’s how and why it’s so much faster.

Shared hosting to VPS: What to expect in the migration
VPS Uses | Aug 15, 2018 | By Ranvir Singh | 11 min read

Shared hosting to VPS: What to expect in the migration

A virtual private server offers more power and less cost compared to shared hosting, but keep these tips in mind when migrating from shared hosting to VPS.

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VPS infrastructure comparison: DigitalOcean vs. Vultr vs. Linode vs. SSD Nodes
Comparisons | Jul 24, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

VPS infrastructure comparison: DigitalOcean vs. Vultr vs. Linode vs. SSD Nodes

In this VPS infrastructure comparison, we peek into what each provider offers in terms of networks, data centers, and hardware. Which one talks details?

Updates | May 29, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 9 min read

Being more than a blinking cursor on a distant server

Some companies build trust through what they say, and others build trust through what others say about them.

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SaaS Alternatives && Self-Hosting && VPS Uses | May 22, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 9 min read

5 simple ways to get a return on your VPS investment

For those of you who want something tangible in return for your VPS investment, how does at least $62.38/mo sound? Replace your paid SaaS apps with free alternatives and get …

VPS Uses | Apr 12, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 10 min read

Should Setting up a VPN Be This Hard?

In the last days of March, the U.S. government overturned rules aimed at protecting the privacy of users of internet service providers (ISP). With the rules gone, ISPs no longer …

VPS Uses | Apr 05, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

7 more things to do with your VPS: VPNs and 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?