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Storm Private Cloud parents, are completely dedicated to your infrastructure, and offer the functionality of a private cloud all within the Storm interface.
Easy customization, superior scalability.
With the Storm Private Cloud parents, it’s easy to create Virtual Instances with customizable amounts of RAM, disk space, and CPU cores.
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The Liquid Web Manage support interface is undergoing a few minor updates to streamline the customer experience. We’ll be posting details as each update is rolled out!
[Last Update: Tuesday, February 21, 2014] Continue reading “Updates to the Support Interface”
Liquid Web offers a free Virtual Private Network (VPN) user with every account. A VPN uses encryption to secure your computer’s connection to the Internet and guarantees that all of the data you’re sending and receiving to the Liquid Web network is secured from any potential prying third parties.
A VPN will secure and encrypt inherently insecure communications (such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, etc.) to the Liquid Web network, even while using an untrusted public network.
Who uses a VPN? People just like you.
The Professional: Whether working from a permanent home office, or simply getting a few important projects done from home, a VPN will provide secure access to files stored on your dedicated server.
Remote Developers: Do you have a fleet of remote WordPress, Joomla, PHP, Drupal, or other developers that need secure access to your hosting infrastructure? If so, a VPN is not only perfect, but should be required.
The World Traveler: Working on your top secret startup from abroad? Or perhaps uploading photos from your most recent adventure? Prevent snooping by using a VPN.
Once you’re logged into your Liquid Web Manage account, follow the steps below to create a VPN user and get connected! Continue reading “How To Configure Your Liquid Web VPN”
Before you can host a website on a domain, that domain has to be registered with the proper authorities. Domain registration through Liquid Web is a one-click process in our manage interface, but it may not be immediately obvious just where to do so. Here’s how:
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Now that you have an image of a storm server, you can create new servers from that image. Here’s how to do just that:
Continue reading “Restoring a Storm Server from an Image”
We have written previously about regularly backing up Storm Servers, but that only covers automated image backups. With the Storm platform, it is possible to take image snapshots of your server whenever you wish.
Continue reading “Creating Storm Server Images”
While Liquid Web Linux servers always have either APF or CSF firewalls installed, Storm servers can also have an external firewall put in front of them, at no additional charge. A Storm firewall provides an extra layer of protection on an already secure server. Here’s how to set one up:
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While it is always important create a backup of your server’s data, some backup solutions can be costly and unwieldy. Creating a backup of a Storm server is neither of those things. Instead, it’s cost efficient and easy!
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Liquid Web’s Account Management System has a robust API that allows for accessing your account from outside of the Manage interface, such as with the Storm WHMCS plugin. In order to access the API, an API user must be created for that account first. Creating an API user is an easy and straightforward process.
Continue reading “Creating an API User in Manage”
Have you ever wanted to check up on the details of your server’s bandwidth usage? Liquid Web’s manage interface provides graphs that give you such information. Here’s how to read them.
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