Try a DigitalOcean VPS free for a month (or two)

Rob —  August 19, 2014 — Leave a comment

Have you been meaning to try out an SSD Linux server on Digital Ocean but keep putting it off? LinuxBrigade.com is currently being hosted on a DigitalOcean server and now you can get a $10 credit towards your first bill!

Their cheapest server is only $5/mo, so realistically, you could have two free months of a VPS.

Click this link to activate the $10 credit code: https://www.digitalocean.com

Having your own Linux server is the best way to learn Linux. Plus, with Digital Ocean, this free VPS can be reset to a fresh install whenever you want incase you ever want to wipe the slate! I’ve never seen a promo code for these guys and this is the first i’ve seen a discount like this.

They’ve also just announced that their NYC3 DataCenter now has ipv6 availability w/ 16 available addresses per droplet.

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