Virtual Private Server (VPS) Tutorial

Short tutorial on Virtual Private Server (VPS) that explains you on how to set up a website on VPS server.

How to Set Up a Website on VPS Server?

A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system, and customers have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS.
This short tutorial will teach you on how to set up a website on VPS hosting with simple steps.
Vps Title
Advantages of VPS:
→ Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are equivalent to a dedicated physical server.
→ They can be easily created and configured using software.
→ They are priced much lower than an equivalent physical server.
→ VPS help in time-sharing and multi-programming.
→ They provide a higher level of security.
→ Individual virtual servers are isolated from each other and run their own OS.
→ Each Virtual Server can be independently rebooted as a virtual instance.
Login to a VPS:
When a customer purchases a Virtual Private Server (VPS) from a hosting company, he/she is offered a unique IP address and a port number, login name and a password, dedicated to him. The customer can login to his/her VPS using the below illustrated secured login SSH.
Command: ssh -p 22 root@
Password: As given
VPS Login:
You login to your Virtual Private Server (VPS) for the first time using the password provided to you by the hosting company.
vps login
Set Your Password:
When the first time you enter into your Virtual Private Server (VPS), you can change your login password for security reasons using the command "passwd".
Vps Chng Pwd
VPS Logout:
The customer can logout of the Virtual Private Server (VPS) by just entering the command "exit".
Vps Logout