Using a VPN or Virtual Private Network allows to create a secure and encrypted connection between two points. For instance, for connecting to the dashboard of our Private Cloud without it being accessible over the Internet. At the end of this post we will talk about which are the VPN solutions we recommend and use.
The OpenVPN clients we recommend at Stackscale are: the open source OpenVPN client for Windows, the open source TunnelBlick solution for Mac OS and, for Linux, an OpenVPN package that can be easily installed. How to install OpenVPN on Linux You can install the OpenVPN client on Linux following one of the following options, depending
Last thursday, April 23rd, the last LTS version of Ubuntu was released by Canonical: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Upgrading is possible both from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Ubuntu 19.10. This long-term support release will provide public support for 5 years, until April 2025, for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Cloud and Ubuntu Core; and until 2030
Have you ever heard about the 95th percentile metering method? It has nothing to do with child growth charts, but with bandwidth usage. The 95th percentile or Burstable billing is the most efficient method to meter and bill a server’s bandwidth. This system is used by companies that offer some kind of web hosting (dedicated