A simple guide showing you how to setup a VPS (droplet) on Digital Ocean.
Head to https://www.digitalocean.com and create a Digital Ocean account.
You will need to verify your account using your email address before you can create a droplet.
Once you have verified your email address, you will need to fund it to pay for a droplet. Choose a funding source from the options below.
4a. You will now have the option of creating a new droplet. Note two factor authentication can also be enabled on your account at this stage. This is recommended!
4b. Choose a server type. For this guide we will be using Ubuntu 16.04 x64.
4c. Choose a server size. The $5 per month server is sufficient options for most cases. You can always upgrade this at a later date.
4d. Select a server location. Typically the server location closest to you is the best option to choose.
4e. If you would like to login to your server using SSH keys, add in your keys here.
4f. Give your server a logical hostname and click Create. This will begin the setup process for your server. It should only take 5–10 mins
5a. Once your server has been provisioned, you will receive an email from Digital Ocean. This email will contain the login details for the server.
5b. To connect to the droplet, you will require a program called PuTTY. Download PuTTY here.
5c. Open Putty and enter in the server IP address and click Open. Click Yes to the Security Alert pop up.
5d. Enter in root as the username and the preset password emailed to you from Digital Ocean.
If you have entered in everything correctly, you should now be connected to your Digital Ocean droplet!
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