How-To's

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 Setup Atlantic.Net Email

In this guide, you will find detailed steps for how to setup your Atlantic.Net email account on several types of devices and in a wide variety of programs. More programs are being added as they are completed. Note: This guide is only for Atlantic.Net Webmail customers. Important Setup Tips User name: your full Atlantic.Net email […]

Installing Plesk on Windows Server 2012

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 […]

How to Use OpenSSH to Connect to Your Linux Server

Introduction This how-to will show how to use the OpenSSH program to connect one Linux server to another via command line. It’s a very simple process that requires little know-how, but can be useful for many projects. Normally, on Windows, you would just use the software PuTTY to connect through SSH, but this isn’t available […]

Install Java (JRE or JDK) on Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 03/4/16 Introduction If you had the option to choose between a base model car or a fully loaded model, which one will you choose? Both cars will take you from point A to point B, but with the fully loaded car you have additional features that can make rush hour a chill […]

Install WordPress Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 06/15/15 Introduction This how-to will take you through installing WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04. WordPress is a content management system which is free and open source. Since it is open source, there are a numerous amount of themes and plugins that are readily available to you. Although it is typically used as a […]

Install Nginx, MySQL, PHP (LEMP) stack on Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 03/3/15 Introduction This how-to will show you how to install LEMP on a Ubuntu 16.04 cloud server or VPS. LEMP is a web service stack that consists of a Linux operating system, Nginx (pronounced “engine-x”), MySQL, and PHP. The main difference between LAMP and LEMP is that LAMP uses Apache, and LEMP […]

Install Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 06/22/16 Introduction In this How-To, we install LAMP on an Ubuntu 16.04 Server. LAMP is a simple software bundle made of 4 components, Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Linux the core of the platform, in this case, we are using Ubuntu 16.04. Apache is the web server, majority of the web servers in […]

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