Fun With Cloud
Blog about Public Cloud
Deploy WordPress in Google Cloud Platform using Marketplace
In the previous post https://www.funwithcloud.com/install-wordpress-in-amazon-web-services-using-marketplace/ I covered the installation of WordPress using AWS. In this post I will cover WordPress deployment using Google Cloud Platform from Marketplace.
Amazon Web Services Certifications
Amazon Web Services Amazon Web Services has a very broad certification portfolio. I will describe shortly each of the certification as well who should persuaide it. Entry Certification AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Professional Certification AWS Certified Developer - Associate AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate Advanced Certification AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional Specialized Certification AWS Certified Advanced Networking - Specialty
Install WordPress in Amazon Web Services using Marketplace
As promised in earlier post https://www.funwithcloud.com/new-blog-series-is-coming-how-to-install-wordpress-in-public-cloud/ I want to show you how to install WordPress by using different methods. In this post I will show you how to easily deploy WordPress in Amazon Web Services using AMI Image.
New blog series is coming – How to install WordPress in Public Cloud
So you might ask yourself why I want to write about as simple task as installing WordPress? Do you know in how many ways can you install WordPress? The possibilities are endless. Let’s start with the LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) or LEMP (Linux Nginx MySQL PHP) to web hosting marketplace one-click installation to dockerizing WordPress. This is the reason why I want to go through simple task installation using different Public Cloud providers and different task delivery mechanisms.
How to download files from AWS S3 bucket?
Quite recently I faced small challange when I wanted to download some video files from the webpage. Normally if there are more videos to download I was using Firefox with DownThemALl! extension. Generally speaking it works fine when you are using Windows/Linux with GUI. This time as the amount of the videos to download was more than 800 (don’t ask for the details 😉 ). I've decided to run it from my linux server running in the cloud (really doesn’t matter where).