Using Secure Shell to Connect to Remote Machines
Small, Sharp Software Tools — by Brian P. Hogan (86 / 107)
Secure Shell, or SSH, is an encrypted and secure method for logging in to remote machines. You can also use it to execute commands remotely, and use related tools to copy files securely.
This is the standard way to log into remote Linux servers, either in your own data center or in the cloud. In this section, you’ll use your local machine to…