What's an SSH Key?

SSH Keys are a way for computers to identify each other securely without the use of passwords. An SSH keypair consists of a private key on your personal computer and a public key that is placed on other computers you want to log into. If you already have ssh keys stored on Github they will automatically be available to you when you create a new server on dply.

- Adding an SSH Key to your Github account
- Generating an SSH Keypair on Windows with PuTTY
- Generating an SSH Keypair on macOS and Linux