In the previous post of this series we’ve successfully set up a WordPress blog on Google Compute Engine. It’s a very basic solution which would work, but it can be improved. As you know it stores all the files (wp-content/uploads/) and a DB on the same instance. This means that you can easily loose your
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Few days ago I received an email saying that my trail period was extended from 60 days to 12 months. GCP’s improved free tier is a very nice feature, 60 days was a bit too short to test out all the G goodies. It looked very poor compared to AWS Free Plan which allows to run
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In this post I’ll try to show you how to easily setup and run your WordPress blog on Google Compute Engine (GCE). What is Google Compute Engine? Following the official website: High-Performance, Scalable VMs Google Compute Engine delivers virtual machines running in Google’s innovative data centers and worldwide fiber network. Compute Engine’s tooling and workflow support enable scaling
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It has finally happened, I’m blogging (again). Well, I’m writing my first (welcome) post, that’s where I am right now. This time however I take it more seriously and want this blog to contain valuable information. By valuable I mean something practical that I’d use/benefit of while looking up something I struggle with or when I
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