Host multiple WordPress on one Amazon Lightsail Ubuntu
What you'll learn
- Create an Ubuntu Lightsail instance
- Install Apache on the Ubuntu Lightsail instance
- Install Mysql on the the Ubuntu Lightsail instance
- Create databasses
- Install PHP on Ubuntu Lightsail
- Create a virtual host on the Ubuntu Lightsail instance
- Install wordpress on the Ubuntu Lightsail instance
- Install free SSL certificates on Amazon Lightsail
- Give permissions to Wordpress directories to be able to add plugins
- A short review of wordpress multisite
- A first look review of Prosites Godaddy to be able to manage multiple wordpresses from the same interface
- Create an A record that points towards an Amazon Lightsail instance
- Be able to follow me while I give some simple commands in ubuntu
In this course I setup two domains to point to a Lightsail instance.
I create the instance and associate a static IP to it from Lightsail.
I show you how to connect to your instance using mRemoteNG, a free SSH client.
I install Apache, MySql and PHP.
I create a database for each future WordPress instance.
I create virtual hosts for the two WordPress instances.
I install two WordPress instances.
I add two free SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt SSL using Certbot.
I take a look at two ways to make it easy to manage multiple WordPress instances: WordPress multisite and Prosites from GoDaddy. I explain which one is best suited for what and show you how to set Prosites up step by step.
I also sometimes run into issues and show you how I find my way out of them, in case you run into similar problems.
Who this course is for:
- Webmasters, ops, developers who want to host multiple WordPress instances on amazon Lightsail
I am a big fan of using and helping others use agile/scrum and writing and helping others write easy to maintain code.
I am passionate about writing easy to maintain code and I tried to help the programming community with my courses on this subject.
I'm also a big fan of Agile and SCRUM and how you can build motivated, happy teams around it.
I've worked on a lot of types of projects. From small to medium projects where I was the only developer to medium and big projects in teams of 30+ people.
Besides being a developer, in the last five years I've also have the Scrum Master role, or led the process of applying Scrum inside the team.
I am currently writing mostly Java, and have certifications in PHP and Scrum.