Tutorials, Wordpress

How to Deploy WordPress in Azure with Bunnyshell

By ana.dragu

Learning how to operate a new cloud can be frustrating, and it can waste a lot of your precious time. Since time is money, we came up with a better alternative: why not use the same interface and have the same commands for all cloud service providers?

In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to deploy WordPress in Azure, one of the cloud providers that are supported by Bunnyshell. WordPress is a CMS that comes with a lot of features and is used by thousands of people because it includes rich text and HTML editing.

It is a great tool for people who want to have hundreds of theme options which are also mobile-friendly. Also, you can create multiple accounts and post everything from text to videos. Its interface is easier to use because it has similar commands to Word docs.

How to Deploy WordPress in Azure with Bunnyshell:

Step 1:  At first, you will need to log in and go to the Dashboard. The main menu can be found on the left side of the page. There you can find environments, resources, and the one-click apps.

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Step 2: Go to RESOURCES and choose One-Click Apps


Step 3: Once you click on One-Click Apps, you will be transferred to a page where you can see every app supported on Bunnyshell. In case you can’t find the app you need, feel free to use the search bar located on top of the apps. Once you select the app you are looking for, click on it.

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Step 4: Select “Launch in Cloud”


Step 5: You will need to provide a name for the application as well as a location, a virtual network, and a server size. Choose the ones that you prefer.


Step 6: After you fill in the info, go to the bottom of the page. You will need to write the root password for MySQL. If you choose not to, a password is going to be generated. Lower, you will also see the package requirements for WordPress.


Step 7: Click on MySQL to see the data required for the app. If you do not add a password, one will be provided by Bunnyshell.


Step 8:

8.1. Add a server name unless you want to use application DNS. Select the options you desire and choose what to override.


8.2. Once you completed everything, you can move to the next sections and write a server alias. Choose a redirect status for the application and a redirect destination. In the end, select the modules.


Step 9: For the final step, just check to see if all the info is correct and then proceed to press

Now you can click on “view logs” to see, real-time, how the server is preparing the app.

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You will be notified when the app is deployed and ready to use. Explore all options by clicking on environments and selecting the app you deployed. You can see all of the disks, certificates, and secrets in the left part of the screen. It is also recommended to move the keys into Resources to make sure that you have it all in the same place.

See? It is pretty easy to deploy any of the apps we support on AWS, Azure or Digital Ocean. And the process is as quick as saying Bunnyshell!

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