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  1. Hey Guys! Here I am back again! So guys today I am going to talk about hosting your site and managing all the backend stuff all in this one tutorial! All you need is a VPS (2 GB Ram recommended) with cent os installed! So guys first of all what all skills do a backend Full stack developer need?? It could be a LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) or LNMP (Linux Nginx MySQL PHP), In our case we are going with LAMP and will be discussing about complete server configuration one by one! I"ll be posting further posts on complete management of backend and will be posting tutorials on PHP and MySQL. So without wasting much time let's start! Many people who use VPS prefer having a panel for their support because it makes thing much easier and some prefer using ssh for managing all the things. So in our case we will first install a panel using ssh and then will be further discussing about configuring the server using both panel and ssh. We have multiple panels like cpanel whm , aapanel, centos web panel etc. So in our case we will go with the free panel i.e aapnel which is same as cpanel whm, centos web panel is also free but looks a bit complicated! So in our case we will be installing aapanel on our VPS. For installing aa panel we need a ssh connection of the vps server for ssh connection type -: [email protected] ~# ssh [email protected]_ip Then enter your password for ssh and after a successful login type these commands in your terminal [email protected] ~# yum update [email protected] ~# yum install wget -y [email protected] ~# wget -O install.sh http://www.aapanel.com/script/install_6.0_en.sh [email protected] ~# bash install.sh After that wait for sometime! After few minutes you will get a link with of your control panel with username and passsword. Open that link in browser and boom! You are done! I"ll post the next part on the same series soon! Warm Regards, Venomgrills