Explore how to secure the server so that attackers can’t easily get in.
- Now that we've created a new droplet … on Digital Ocean, they have sent us an email … containing the login credentials for that droplet. … So this is the information that we need … in order to log into our new server. … So, if you go to your email and check out … what we have from Digital Ocean, … the key pieces of information that we need … are this IP-address and the password. … So let's go ahead and copy first the IP-address, … move over to our terminal, and we're going to type out … SSH root @ and then this IP-address. … Go ahead and hit enter on that, … so that's saying that we want to log in … to our server via the root user at the following IP-address, … it's going to ask for the password. … So we'll move back to our email, … copy the password that Digital Ocean has sent us, … and then in our terminal we'll paste that and hit enter. … Once we've done that, we will be able … to now log into the server. … It's going to ask for the current password … and say that we need to reset it, …
- Transferring code to a server
- Managing media files
- Creating a custom URL
- Configuring file settings
- Securing a server
- Database setup
- PostgreSQL setup
- Gunicorn testing
- NGINX setup
- Storage setup
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know1m 44s
1. Digital Ocean
Next steps1m 7s
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