A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a type of hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to have their own virtualized server environment. A VPS server is essentially a virtual machine that runs on a physical server, which is shared by multiple users. Each VPS user has their own allocated resources, such as CPU, RAM, and storage, which are isolated from the other users on the physical server.
This article helps you to set root password for your ubuntu servers/instances. If you are not able to login with password and/or using pem/ppk file to login and wants to change authentication menthod to password, this article is useful to you. This article can help you configure this on AWS EC2, Google Cloud instance and many more such providers