Setup a Virtual Web Server using Linode or Digital Ocean
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Duration: 2.5 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Deploy, Configure, and Scale a Production Virtual Web Server on Linode or Digital Ocean. Install LAMP Stack + More.What you'll learn
Deploy a Production Web Server using Linode or Digital Ocean
Configure LAMP Stack on Ubuntu
Navigate the Linode and Digital Ocean Interface
Execute commands to a Virtual Server using PuTTY for Windows or Terminal for MAC
Administer Basic Maintenance Commands to a Ubuntu Server
Configure Host Name, Date, and New Users on a Ubuntu Server
Configure Web Root Permissions for Apache
Install and Configure TightVNC or RealVNC for Remote Server Administration using a Visual Desktop
Scale, Backup, and Configure DNS Zone Files on Linode and Digital Ocean
Basic Computer Skills
This course offers an in-depth, hands-on overview of setting up and configuring a production web server, using Linode or Digital Ocean. Virtual Cloud Servers have become the industry standard for hosting web applications of all sizes and complexity. This includes small static web pages, to dynamic, database driven web sites that handle thousands of simultaneous processes. Regardless of the project, virtual servers offer a solution that provides web developers a scalable infrastructure that can easily adapt to a changing environment.
The course starts with an overview of the registration process on Linode. From there, students quickly jump into deploying and configuring a server using the latest Ubuntu LTS distribution. Students will become familiar with the Linode admin interface, and start executing basic commands using the web based remote access console. We then explore remote access administration using more complex tools such as PuTTY for Windows, and Terminal for MAC.
Students will install and configure LAMP Stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin) on the Ubuntu server. We show students how to secure the server through SSH Authentication, directory permissions, and disable root user access.
The course explores remote visual desktop configuration using TightVNC & RealVNC.
Once students have a firm handle on server configuration on Linode, we take a look at another major cloud provider – Digital Ocean. This section of the course provides an overview of the Digital Ocean Admin panel where students will deploy and configure a "Droplet". We will explore some of the unique features Digital Ocean offers, such as Floating IP's and Space storage.
Students learn to backup, resize, and configure DNS Zone files on both cloud hosting providers.
Who this course is for:
Students interested in hosting Web Applications of all Sizes and Complexity
Students interested in hosting with Digital Ocean or Linode
Students interested in building Dynamic, Scalable, Hosting Infrastructures
Students interested in Learning how to Secure a Virtual Web Server using SSH Authentication
Students interested in Learning how to access a Ubuntu Virtual Server Remotely and Administer Commands
Students interested in learning Basic Ubuntu commands
Students interested in learning how to administer a server using Terminal for MAC, or PuTTY for Windows
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