Author: Ariel Beltre

How to Install Plesk on Windows Server 2012

Ariel Beltre July 16, 2016 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 7/16/2016

Introduction

Plesk is a commercial web hosting platform released under Plesk Inc. Plesk is a cross-platform control panel compatible with both Windows and Linux operating systems. In this article, we will be going over how to install Plesk on your Windows 2012 server.

Prerequisites

A Server with Windows Server 2012. If you do not have a server already, why not spin up a Windows VPS from Atlantic.Net in under 30 seconds.

A Plesk license. For more information on purchasing a Plesk license please visit http://www.odin.com/products/plesk-automation/how-to-buy/

Alternatively, you can complete this article with the 14 day trial license.

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Atlantic.Net Cloud – Do You Offer Data Backup For My Cloud Server

Ariel Beltre July 14, 2015 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 04/20/2015

Introduction

Daily server backups are available and can be enabled via the Atlantic.net cloud control panel during the initial provisioning of a cloud server. The cost for this service is an additional 20% of the server’s hourly price. Go server backups are $1 per month. Snapshot backups of the server will be taken on a daily basis, and retained in our systems for 30 days. Backup restores can be initiated from within the cloud control panel.  In this brief article we will explain how to enable backups for your cloud server.

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How to: Joining A Windows Server 2012 To A Domain

Ariel Beltre June 24, 2015 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 03/24/2015

Introduction

In this article, we will be going over joining a Windows Server 2012 to an Active Directory Domain. Before you can complete this process, keep in mind that the server must first communicate with the domain. This means that the server’s IP address configuration must reference the domain’s DNS server. Here we will demonstrate how to complete this process.

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Cómo Instalar De Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, (LAMP) Con Debian 8

Ariel Beltre June 9, 2015 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Introducción

En este artículo, le mostraremos como instalar LAMP en un servidor cloud con Debian 8. LAMP es simplemente un paqute de software que consiste de 4 componentes. Linux es la base de la plataforma; todos los componentes son instalados en el entorno Linux. En este caso, vamos a usar Debian 8 para el sistema operativo Linux. Vamos a usar Apache para el servicio web. MySQL se utilizará para la gestión de bases de datos, y PHP sera como el lenguaje de programacion. En total esto forma LAMP, que tambien se llama un LAMP stack.

Requisitos Previos

Un servidor con Debian 8 instalado. Si usted no tiene un servidor ya, usted puede visitar nuestra pagina de VPS hosting y configurar un nuevo servidor en menos de 30 segundos.

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How To Rollback A Cloud Server

Ariel Beltre April 23, 2015 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 04/20/2015

Introduction

In this article, we will be going over how to rollback your server. Rolling back a server can be helpful when you have experienced performance issues, and the server will not boot or operate as it should. This process is similar to a system restore on a computer where the system will revert the settings to a point in time where the issue is no longer present. Here, we will review how to complete this process.

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How to: Common Tasks In A Windows Server 2012

Ariel Beltre February 27, 2015 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 2/27/2015

Introduction

In this article, we will be reviewing a few common tasks that can be performed in your Windows 2012 server. Many administrators find themselves having trouble performing basic functions because the interface in Windows 2012 is so different from what they are used to. We will go over what some of these tasks are and how to complete them.

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How To Protect your Server Against the POODLE SSLv3 Vulnerability

Ariel Beltre February 5, 2015 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 02/05/2015

Introduction

On October 14th, 2014, a vulnerability was established in version 3 of the SSL encryption protocol. This vulnerability, known as POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption), allows an attacker to read otherwise encrypted information with this version of the protocol in plain text using a man-in-the-middle attack.

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