Awhile back I stumbled across an interesting service known as Storj.io, which at the time was in very early development. Since then interest in the service has been increasing exponentially and development has moved forward a considerable amount.
As a web developer who is always dabbling in code, be it some jQuery or PHP, screen real estate has always been a major resource of productivity. The more screen estate you have available to use, the greater your productivity as a developer. In fact we recently upgraded to using 4K TVs as monitors at the web design and development agency I work for, you can read more about it here.
Web Tech Gadgetry has always been a long time advocate of MaxCDN, until recently. After doing a little bit of experimentation with optimising our blog for the fastest page loading times we felt possible, we found that a little tweaking of CloudFlare’s PageRules could garner some very pleasing results even on the free version.
In this part of the series we will be conducting the preliminary setup of a virtual private server running the CentOS server operating system.
In the first part of our tutorial series on setting up and optimising a VPS for WordPress we will be going through the steps of setting up a CentOS based server. In this series will be setting up a virtual private server provided by Digital Ocean (signing up via this link will provide you with $10 worth of free credit), however you can use a VPS from any provider for this same tutorial although be warned a few things may be a little different for different providers.