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The 1&1 Cloud.Community Hackathon launched on Saturday, March 25 with a lunch at WHD.global in Europapark Rust, Germany. More than 40 developers from all over the world - including Germany, Spain, Russia, Australia, England, Romania and the USA - arrived to collaborate and compete at the beautiful Hotel Santa Isabel. Click here to read more about the Hackathon.
Be sure to check out the photo gallery, too. See the hackers hard at work, images from the final stage presentation, and more!
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Learn how to SSH to a node in a CaaS cluster. Although typically most users will use `kubectl` or the API to interact with a cluster, there are some situations where you may want to connect to a node with SSH. Note: This is a straightforward process. If you are familiar with the basics, then simply know that you will need to log into the server as the `core` user with a command such as: ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa firstname.lastname@example.org [...] ►
For any 1&1 Cloud Server with Plesk, applications like WordPress should always be installed through the Plesk interface. Follow the instructions in this tutorial to learn how to install and run WordPress on a Plesk server. [...] ►
Learn how to disable SSH access for the `root` account on a 1&1 Cloud Server running Linux. For security reasons, disabling root SSH access to a server is considered a "best practice" for Linux administration. Instead of connecting to a server as `root`, users will log in to a server with their own user accounts. They can then switch to `root` with the `su` command if necessary. [...] ►
Learn how to add and remove users on a 1&1 Cloud Server running Linux. This article also covers how to perform common user management tasks such as changing a user's password and granting a user sudo permissions. [...] ►