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Setup Rate Limit for IP Addresses in DigitalOcean Account

This article covers how to set up rate limit for IP Addresses in DigitalOcean for our customers. 

Basically, limit standard ssh like this:

$ sudo ufw limit ssh/tcp

or

$ sudo ufw limit 22/tcp

Both will limit port 22.

The /tcp allows only a tcp connection to allow only udp you simply add /udp and to allow it on both you simply leave off the /* example: ufw limit ssh.

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Deploy PHP application with Kubernetes on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on steps to deploy #PHP application with Kubernetes on #Ubuntu. 

Kubernetes, at its basic level, is a system for running and coordinating containerized applications across a cluster of machines. 

It is a platform designed to completely manage the life cycle of containerized applications and services using methods that provide predictability, scalability, and high availability.

#Kubernetes really shines when your #application consists of multiple services running in different containers.

Kubernetes, also referred to as K8s, is an open source system used to manage Linux Containers across private, public and hybrid cloud environments. 

In other words, Kubernetes can be used to manage microservice architectures and is deployable on most cloud providers.

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Deploy Node js Application to DigitalOcean Server

This article will guide you on how to  deploy node.js application to #DigitalOcean Server.  

To Deploying #Node . js application to DigitalOcean — Setting up the #server:

1. Getting familiar with Digital Ocean and creating your first #droplet.

2. Setting up #SSH and connecting to your server from your local #machine.

3. Setting up a simple Express.js web-server in local machine.

4. Using #Git to deploy your code to server.

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How to install WordPress using One-Click Install on DigitalOcean

This article will guide you on the process to install #WordPress by using One-Click Install feature on DigitalOcean.
#DigitalOcean is a cloud hosting provider headquartered in New York City with data centers across the globe. Its seamless connectivity allows users to deploy and scale multiple web applications simultaneously without any lag. DigitalOcean offers private virtual Linux OS-powered machines called  ‘droplets’.

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