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Upload files with Monsta FTP

Introduction Monsta FTP is a popular web-based FTP client you can use to manage your website files through your browser. It is commonly installed on the server for which you are trying to access files, and then you will navigate to its web UI to manage your files. It can also be used to connect […]

Cloud Hosting – Getting started with Windows Containers and Docker

Introduction This article is a basic primer on how to use Windows Server 2016 with Containers and Docker on the Atlantic.Net Cloud. Docker popularized containers first on Linux, but now with Windows 2016, Windows containers are now natively supported as well. This means you can build your application in a container and ship it across […]

Cloud Hosting – Adding an Additional Public IP on CentOS 6.X and 7.X

When adding IPs to our cloud servers, we need to keep in mind that each cloud server only has two interfaces — the public and private interface. Because of this, we’ll need to add each new IP as an alias instead of an entirely new interface. Adding a virtual IP to your CentOS server is […]

Enable User Quotas in cPanel/WHM

This tutorial will explain how to enable user quotas on Atlantic.Net’s cPanel Cloud Servers. Before we get into the details, let’s do some housekeeping: Verified on 4/28/17 for cPanel on CentOS 7.2 64-bit Prerequisites Atlantic.Net Cloud Account Click here to sign up for your free account! SSH Program Don’t have one? Follow the guides below […]

How to Install Apache on CentOS 7

Verified and tested on March 3, 2017 Introduction Apache is a commonly used service that allows you to serve web pages from your Cloud server. It had robust support for many different technologies by adding modules. It has become commonplace in many web workflows, like LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). In order to install […]

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