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  • I currently offer a shared hosting service using a dedicated server I own and administer using a static line to my home. I recently relocated to California and need to move several web sites to a CSP, ideally GCP. Has anyone already gone through the process. Cursory research yielded a pretty informative site.

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  • Hello,

    Has anyone already gone through the process.

    Well, thousands of websites are moved from one host to another every day, probably every hour even. I don’t see what’s special about Google Cloud or any particular host as long as you have a properly configured server ready for deployment.

    And you have already found what you consider a “pretty informative site”.

    So what’s really your concern or question?

    If you could drill down your question to any particular concern you may be having now… anything you’re uneasy about, that would help tremendously to move the conversation forward.

    Good luck!

    It this is is more than a handful of sites, I’d handle the migration from the server level, rather than exporting and importing individual sites (and dealing with media issues).

    Here’s a high-level overview:

    1) Dump all the MySQL databases, tarball all the individual sites’ files, and SCP everything to the already prepared new server.

    2) Import the individual databases into the MySQL server on the new server, and untar and move the individual WordPress sites’ files to appropriate locations.

    3) Point the domains to the new server, and perform all the obligatory sysadmin dances to ensure everything works fine.

    This, of course, requires the right level of sysadmin skills and confidence to pull off… especially if something doesn’t work as expected.


    If you still prefer to manually move one site after another, here’s one little trick which is definitely quicker, easier, and safer than using the WordPress IMPORT and EXPORT function: use the free ManageWP service!

    ManageWP is a central WordPress management platform (acquired by GoDaddy a while back). The basic features are free for an unlimited number of sites, and, surprisingly enough, that includes one free backup every month which is stored on their servers. And it’s this free backup stored on GoDaddy’s servers that you’re going to leverage to do your migration.

    1) Install and activate the ManageWP Worker plugin on a site, connect the site to the ManageWP dashboard, and run a backup.

    2) Point the domain (of the site you just backed up on ManageWP) to the new, already-prepared server, run a fresh WordPress installation there.

    3) Install and activate the ManageWP Worker plugin on the newly-installed WordPress site, connect to the ManageWP dashboard once again, and RESTORE the backup. Armorer minecraft.

    I recently used this process to move a large-ish site and it went very smoothly.

    I’d suggest you give this a try with one site!

    I’m glad I could be of help.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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As a website owner, you may be tired of depending on your current hosting provider. Some issue like frequent downtime, longer page loading times, and higher costs are common on a single server hosting provider.

However, Google cloud computing Service lets you host your site across multiple servers, saving your money and ensuring you almost zero downtime.

Google Cloud offers cloud hosting services at a competitive price than other major cloud hosting providers. In this post, I’ll show you how you can Setup WordPress on Google Cloud Platform using Google Click to Deploy Version of WordPress.


Let’s get Started!

Steps To Install WordPress On Google Cloud

Sign In into your Google Cloud Dashboard

To get started, visit cloud.google.com and then just login into your Google Cloud account. Once you sign in to your GCP account, then you can see your Google Cloud Dashboard like the following screenshot.

Create New Project

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Now start creating your first project on Google Cloud by clicking “Select a Project” link beside the search box. After clicking the link, a new box will be open, and there you need to click on “New Project” option to create your first project. Now write down your project name and Click on “CREATE” Button to finish your project creation process.

Select your Project and then go to Marketplace

After project creation you will be redirected to Google Cloud Console Dashboard area, there you need to select your project and then click on the Marketplace link from Navigation menu.

Run and Install Script of WordPress

In the Marketplace page, you can see a Search bar like the following screenshot below. Type there “WordPress Click to Deploy” and then hit for search. You can see multiple options, choose “WordPress Google Click to Deploy” from them and then click on “Launch on Compute Engine.”

Deploy WordPress & Configure Instance

After clicking Launch on Compute Engine, you can see WordPress Deployment Page and there you can edit or change Deployment name, Server location or Zone, Machine type, RAM, Disk type (SSD or Standard), Disk size, etc.Now you need to provide the Administrator email address, that e-mail address will be used to create an administrator account for WordPress.Apart from these options, you also select the checkbox of Install phpMyAdmin andAllow HTTP Traffic and Allow HTTPS Traffic.Now you need to hit Deploy button to finish configuration. It will take a few minutes to complete the installation process. After finishing, you will see your site IP and all the other details as follows –

Your WordPress installation completed successfully. Now if you want to visit your site, then click on your external IP address, and you can see your WordPress website is live.

Now don’t forget to note down your WordPress account credentials for login to your admin panel and further use. After login to your WP account must change your temporary WordPress admin password.

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So, In this tutorial, you learned – how to install WordPress on GCP using Google Click to Deploy Version Of WordPress.

By default, there will be an IP address assigned on your website URL section. You can change or replace it later with your domain, and this tutorial will come in our next article.

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I hope you find this tutorial useful and informative. If you have any question regarding this guide, then please feel free to let us know by commenting below. We will get back to you as soon as possible.