Ubuntu VPS

Elastic Virtual Private Server on Top of Ubuntu OS

ubuntu vpsUbuntu is considered one of the most popular operating systems for running virtual private servers inside the Cloud. Being built over the Debian Linux distribution, Ubuntu shares its commitment to principles of open-source software. As a massively collaborative project with a thriving community, it offers continually developing solutions with agile, secure and versatile performance capabilities.

At CloudJiffy PaaS, Ubuntu-based Elastic VPS is delivered by means of a certified stack template and provides all the functionality of an independent virtual machine (like security guarantees, cost efficiency and root permissions granted), combining it with the Ubuntu’s reliable and robust ecosystem.

Ubuntu VPS Cloud Hosting

With CloudJiffy, Ubuntu VPS installation represents a completely automated process, performed in a matter of minutes.

1. Log in to your CloudJiffy dashboard and navigate to the topology wizard by clicking the Create environment button.

Within the opened frame, enable the VPS section at the bottom left corner and select Ubuntu template from the expendable options list.

ubuntu-vps-hosting

Then, specify the rest of options (like cloudlet limits, number of server instances and name for your environment) and click the Create button. For the detailed installation guidance, refer to the VPS Configuration page.

Note: Working with VPS presupposes usage of external IP address, which will be automatically attached to the corresponding container(s), one per instance.

2. Once the environment appears at the dashboard, you can check your Ubuntu VPS server is up through accessing its welcome page (click on the Open in browser button next to the appropriate node).


ubuntu-vps-default-page


3. That’s it! Your fully isolated virtual server is ready to work, so you can proceed to setting up the required software and services inside.

For a quick access to container file system, appliance of some basic configurations and tracking logs via comprehensive UI use the CloudJiffy dashboard inbuilt tools. For more advanced Ubuntu VPS management, consider connecting to it in one of the following ways:
  • by means of CloudJiffy SSH Gate 
  • via any external SSH client using Public IP address

Ubuntu VPS Access via SSH Gate

With CloudJiffy SSH Gate it is possible to establish secure and encrypted connection to your CloudJiffy account via a terminal and apply configurations with the full root privileges.

It allows to skillfully manage all environments and servers within the entire CloudJiffy account via a single access point.

To navigate across the lists, just type the option index number and press Enter.

Once inside the target Ubuntu VPS container, you can start applying the essential configurations as a root user.

To access your accountvia CloudJiffy SSH Gate, you’ll need to firstly satisfy the following requirements:
  • generate an SSH keypair
  • add your public SSH key to the dashboard

Tip: Explore the detailed guidance on CloudJiffy SSH Gate access based on your local OS.

Ubuntu VPS Access via Public IP

If you are used to working with other SSH software (i.e. external SSH client), you can easily continue using it by setting up connection via the Public IP address. In this case, the same root permissions are granted as whilst working via CloudJiffy SSH Gate.

Note: You can locateyour node Public IP address within email, received upon environment creation, or at the dashboard within the Additionally list next to the required node.

To establish secure and encrypted connection to the required container, run the preferred SSH tool (OpenSSH in our example).

Then launch the connection using your server administration data, i.e. username and IP address, by running the ssh {username}@{hostname} string (you’ve received this data via email beforehand).

Confirm your identity with the appropriate password and operate your Ubuntu VPS as a root user.

Tip: See the detailed guide on the VPS access via Public IP depending on your local OS.

  • 0 Users Found This Useful
Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

CentOS VPS

Elastic Virtual Private Server on Top of CentOS CentOS stands for Community ENTerprise...

SSH Access to VPS Gate

Access Linux VPS Container via SSH Gate In order to manage the required software inside your...

Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS

Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS With CloudJiffy Platform it is possible to integrate...

Installation of cPanel in Cloudjiffy

Install cpanel in elastic VPS- 1. Firstly, log in to your CloudJiffy account and access...

Linux VPS Access via Public IP

It is possible to access your VPS container using any preferred third-party SSH software via the...

Powered by WHMCompleteSolution