When you choose an unmanaged VPS, it comes with a lot of responsibility. Although it’s nice to have the freedom to set it up however you’d like, you’ll also need to know how to negotiate the control panel and install basic tools.
Fortunately, for developers who know what they’re doing, this type of web server may be perfect for your needs. The first steps towards managing your own VPS simply involves uploading the proper software and becoming acquainted with the server environment.
In this article, we’ll cover the basic requirements you’ll need to manage your own VPS hosting.