The answer depends on which Linux-as-a-service (LaaS) platform you’re using.
On a traditional Linux desktop, you can install a web server that runs on your network directly and then deploy that to the web server in a virtual machine.
This is often the case for the Linux Mint distro, which offers a virtual server that you can deploy directly to the cloud.
A newer version of Ubuntu called Lubuntu provides a more flexible approach to web server deployment, which allows you to deploy a web service on your local network.
This means you can easily deploy a single web server to a virtual network and run it from your local computer.
In the Linux desktop world, however, a single virtual server is still a single server, so a web proxy server is often used.
The purpose of this article is to highlight the different types of web proxy servers and show how to get started with a virtual web proxy setup.
To get started, install the latest version of the web proxy software and then go ahead and start your web proxy.