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WordPress to Google Cloud: step-by-step

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Would you like to have your site powered by the enormous scale and reliability of Google Cloud? You can do that now, here is how.

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WordPress to Google Cloud: step-by-step

  1. 1. Artem Livshits CEO OblakSoft
  2. 2.  Sign up for Google Compute Engine  Sign up for Google Cloud Storage  Configure storage  Launch ready-to-run WordPress  Create your own Website in Google Cloud  Appendix: how to stop instance
  3. 3.  Go to Compute Engine’s page  Follow instructions
  4. 4.  Go to Cloud Storage’s page  Follow instructions
  5. 5.  Go to WordPress launch page  Specify Project ID and instance name ◦ Get Project ID from Google Cloud Console ◦ Pick a unique instance name you like
  6. 6.  Click on the Storage label
  7. 7.  Create a new bucket  (… or pick an existing one)
  8. 8.  The bucket name should be unique
  9. 9.  Click on the Access Key label  Note: OblakSoft does not store Access Keys
  10. 10.  Select Interoperable Access
  11. 11.  Click ‘Show’ to get Secret Access Key
  12. 12.  Click on instance address to go to instance
  13. 13.  admin password is !!123abc
  14. 14.  Create your own WorPress site  … that stores all its data in cloud storage  … … ( thanks to OblakSoft ClouSE )  Transform Yapixx into anything you need!
  15. 15.  Password: !!123abc  Change the password at the earliest convenience
  16. 16.  Go to Cloud Console, navigate to Snapshots  Pick a unique name, select boot disk
  17. 17.  Your website is running in Google Cloud  Google may bill you for their services  If you don’t need the website any more  … you’d want to stop it to avoid charges  You can stop instance from Cloud Console  Follow instructions on the next 2 slides
  18. 18.  Navigate to Instances, click on Instance  Scroll down, click Delete this Instance
  19. 19.  Navigate to Disks, click on Disk  Scroll down, click Delete this Disk
  20. 20.  www.oblaksoft.com/wordpress-to-google- cloud/  artem@oblaksoft.com  www.oblaksoft.com OblakSoft YOUR WAY TO THE CLOUD

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