Everyone knows WordPress, the easy-to-use open source CMS. Apart from being user-friendly, WordPress is budget-friendly. With WordPress, you can pretty much build any type of website, from blogs to online shops. WordPress comes with commands that are similar to Word documents, which makes it easier to understand and use.
How to deploy WordPress in Digital Ocean:
This tutorial will show you how to deploy WordPress on Digital Ocean by using Bunnyshell, the best tool to manage your technology stack on multiple cloud service providers. Because Bunnyshell has the same interface for all providers, deploying WordPress on Digital Ocean is similar to deploying it on AWS or Azure. Let’s see what you have to do.
Step 1: After you logged into your Bunnyshell account, you should go to the Dashboard. On the left side of the page, you will see the main menu where you have your managing panel. There you can find the environments, the resources, and the one-click apps.
Step 2: Go to RESOURCES and choose One-Click Apps
Step 3: Here are a variety of apps that can be deployed on your cloud. In case you can’t find the app you need, use the search bar located on top of the apps. Once you found the app you were looking for, click on it.
Step 4: Select “Launch in Cloud”
Step 5: Give the app a name and choose the location of the server, a virtual network, and the server size.
Step 6: Once you added all the data required, you can look at the bottom of the page.You will need to write the root password for MySQL. Then you will find 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.
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.
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.