A virtual private server (VPS) is a compromise between shared hosting and a dedicated server. The VPS product allows web hosts to combine the strengths of both hosting models in one, cost-efficient IaaS solution. We’ll take a closer look at this hosting solution, demonstrating how a virtual private server works, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of it, and deciding who the model is best...What is a VPS (Virtual Private Server)?
Using SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), you can transfer data bidirectionally within an authorized group of people in a particularly secure way. The transfer between the client and server takes place via an encrypted IP-based data tunnel. The basic File Transfer Protocol (FTP) has major security vulnerabilities, which were eliminated in the refined SSH File Transfer Protocol.SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol)
The Internet is dependent on various protocols for facilitating communication. The File Transfer Protocol ensures that we can upload data to a server and download it again at a later point. You’re bound to run into FTP again and again, especially in the context of creating websites.File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is one of the oldest and simplest network protocols. It allows two systems to exchange files on the local area network without having to establish a connection beforehand. To do this, TFTP uses the connectionless transport protocol UDP, which serves as an alternative to the more common yet more complex TCP. What other features set the TFTP protocol apart,...TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) – File Transfer Protocol made simple
When talking about web hosting, it is impossible to avoid the term ‘server’. So what is a server? And how does it work? In IT, there are actually two definitions of the term. The traditional server is the software for network services, but more recently the word has also been used to describe the corresponding hardware used to carry out server programs. Here is our overview of the most common...What is a server?
For the past 30 years, the file transfer protocol (FTP) has supported computer users with the transfer of data in TCP/IP networks. FTP servers enabled not only the upload but also the download of files, in which each access is controlled via a separate connection. In this Ubuntu FTP server tutorial, you’ll learn how to install, configure, and run your own server under the Linux distribution.How to Set Up an FTP Server in Ubuntu
Operating and managing a remote server located in a data center is often carried out by using a secure network connection provided by the SSH protocol. The necessary registration on the server is preceded by an authentication process. Usually this occurs in the form of the username and password. Alternative methods such as the public key authentication used by SSH, do have their advantages. But...How to use SSH keys
Are you still transferring your data online over an unencrypted connection via FTP (File Transfer Protocol)? WinSCP offers a comfortable and secure alternative to the current FTP client programs for the operating system, Windows. The encrypted network connection is based on the implementation of Secure Shell (SHH) and enables a fast data transfer via SCP (Secure Copy) and the flexible remote...Get a more secure data transfer with WinSCP
FTP servers are suitable solutions if you want to make files available for download or offer multiple users a platform for storing and accessing data. The practical server-client technology also plays an important role in the maintenance of web presences. This tutorial explains how to install and set up your own Debian FTP server.How to install an Debian FTP Server
FileZilla is considered to be a standard software for transferring data between locally connected computers and online servers. The network protocol is able to transfer via FTP and its encrypted variants, SFTP and FTPS. We’ve created an overview of the client program’s features and break down the details of this program from installation to data transfer.How to use FileZilla