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Create a low cost Private Cloud Server on DigitalOcean as low as $5 per month

Create a low cost Private Cloud Server on DigitalOcean as low as $5 per month

On my previous post, I have shown you a great offer from Amazon LightSail which offers a low cost Private Cloud Server in just $5 per month. Actually, Amazon is not the only one who has a low cost Private Cloud Server. DigitalOcean also has similar products which enable has to have a reliable, 24/7 […]

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How to connect to AWS Compute using private key (.pem) from Ubuntu 16.04

How to connect to AWS Compute using private key (.pem) from Ubuntu 16.04

Managing AWS Compute (EC2 or LightSail) instance from Ubuntu 16.04 is a bit tricky for newbie like me. Even the AWS instance has SSH enabled, we cannot use ordinary ssh command to connect to the instance. This is because Amazon instance is protected with more secure ways. So, we need a key pair or private key […]

April 29, 2017 | By | Reply More
Quick tips to install AWS CLI Tool on Ubuntu 16.04

Quick tips to install AWS CLI Tool on Ubuntu 16.04

If you are managing AWS (Amazon Web Service) compute system, you must be familiar with AWS CLI, a command line tool to manage your cloud computing on AWS. This quick and dirt tutorial will guide you to install AWS CLI on Ubuntu 16.04. There are two ways to install AWS CLI but here I will show […]

April 29, 2017 | By | Reply More
How to enable Amazon S3 Storage on OwnCloud

How to enable Amazon S3 Storage on OwnCloud

OwnCloud is a powerful way to create your own Cloud system like Dropbox. It has many features you need to store your files, sync, backup, share your projects and many more. OwnCloud supports various storage systems such as local disk storage, Google Drive, Amazon S3 and many more. On this tutorial, I will show you […]

April 1, 2016 | By | Reply More
How to create Ubuntu instance on Amazon Web Service (AWS)

How to create Ubuntu instance on Amazon Web Service (AWS)

Amazon Web Service is a Cloud platform which let us to create virtual machines on Amazon Cloud platform. On this tutorial, I want to show you how to create Ubuntu instance on Amazon Web Service EC2. First, we must have AWS account. Amazon provides a free tier account which lets us to try various AWS […]

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