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Scalable compute services.
Worry-free setup & maintenance.
Simple object storage.
Run managed Kubernetes clusters.
Easily distribute traffic.
Attach scalable volumes.
Deploy pre-built applications.
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Thanks, this is what I needed to do as well.
I have same problem. SSH key is not working. When I try ssh root@.... it keeps asking me for a root password.
I do not wont to change anything on server setup in order to use this (ssh keys).
If there is a option during setup that says use this key then why is it not working?