Install WordPress : One Click Deploy
The WordPress platform can be used to create websites for free. In technical terms, WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that utilizes a MySQL database. You can easily create your own website or blog with WordPress, the easiest method on the market. You can create content and do many other things with this free and open-source content management system. The WordPress software can be modified or used by anyone without charge. In this section, we’ll explain how to deploy WordPress with one click on VPSie platform.
You can create your VPSie account if you haven’t done so yet. Click the link to get started.
Next, let’s dive into the steps:
Step 1: Select WordPress from Marketplace
In order to set up, you must visit the Marketplace and select WordPressfor your server.
Step 2: Select VPSie DataCenter
Make sure your data center is close to your customers. Data centers should be located close to where your clients are rather than at your own location. In the case of Europeans with clients in the United States, U.S.A. locations must be selected.
Step 3: Choose your plan category
Choose a plan category and the options within it to determine the best plan for your business.
Step 4: Configure your WordPress server’s network and security
We recommend you select public IPv4 when selecting an IP address. VPSie provides you with the option of selecting private from the default Virtual Private Cloud(VPC) or creating your own VPC and assigning an private IP from it.
The SSH key and StartUp Script can be added here, as well as new ones that you can create. Note that this step is optional. If you don’t need it, you can skip it.
We are offering a very handy feature that allows you to create multiple WordPress servers with the same configuration that we created now. Make use of it if necessary. Lastly, click on the Add VPSie button to create your WordPress server.
It will take no more than a minute for your WordPress server to be operational. You will receive an email with all details regarding the database and server login credentials.
In your web browser, you can access the WordPress web UI by entering the IP address of your WordPress server. You will need to enter your information and install WordPress. Then log in using your newly created credentials.
The following commands may also be run after you’ve SSH’d or opened a console to verify your WordPress components:
Check the OS-release by running the following command:
# sudo cat /etc/os-release
Verify your apache server status by running the following command:
# sudo systemctl status nginx
Log in to your Database by running the following command, after log in you can see your version in the welcome text – highlighted in the screen.
# mysql -u root -p
And run the following command to verify the PHP version:
# php -v
That’s all. I hope you found this helpful.