How to use Vultr, AWS VPS without coding knowledge and WordPress Installation, Web App, PHP, Database, SSL

I know you are a newbie. You heard somewhere that the performance of VPS hosting work better than shared hosting, web-hosted on VPS load faster than shared web hosting. And VPS hosting sometimes cheaper than shared hosting. That makes you curious about what is VPS hosting. You want to make a try on VPS hosting, but you don’t know-how. You are like something easy, fast, without coding, and get the best results.

I have a lot of options for you to choose to run a web app or others on VPS hosting with ease.

You know that Vultr is a full root access, unmanaged VPS hosting which means you have full access to it, and you can use it for your business.

There are types of person who use VPS that is code experts and no coding knowledge people. The code experts will manage VPS by themselves without using any third-party service to manage VPS. While The other will choose the fastest and easiest that is the third parties service to manage VPS.

And this post will guide you how to order a third parties service to help you manage VPS, launch website with ease, tech support included, website migration supported, SSL installation available, website backup, and more.

First, I would like to mention some names that help you manage VPS hosting: Cloudways, ServerPilot, Kinsta, Cloudron, Cloudstick, Ploi.io, Runcloud, SpinupWP, more.

I would like to recommend you use one of these service that is Cloudways.

Cloudways

Cloudways is the fast option to use VPS, install WordPress or web applications without coding knowledge. You are the one who most loves working with the enthusiastic tech support team, and the tech support team at Cloudways can do the best of them around the clock in 365 with live chat support. You can request them to have you deploy from A-Z from installing a VPS server, WordPress website, SSL certificate, website migration, DNS config, or something else.

Of course, you can do anything by yourself because it simple, you just need to click and click to deploy server and website.

Cloudways has been partnered with all VPS providers that they provide the services. You don’t need to order VPS as Vultr, DigitalOcean, Linode, AWS directly from them. Once you select and deploy a server at Cloudways, you can use the services as the same fast and easy.

How to get started

First you need to create an account at cloud then select the VPS provider.

Which VPS provider do you want to use for your WordPress website, web app or projects.

You recommend you to use Amazon AWS, or Vultr. But you can also use Linode, DigitalOcean or Google Cloud service as well.

About myself, I would like to use AWS for my projects.

Let’s get started.

First step: Launch the server.

Guide how to Launch server VPS on Cloudways

Or this one

Guide how to add new VPS server on Cloudways

Next choose the VPS provider.

Guide how to select VPS server budget and VPS provider Vultr, DigitalOcean, Linode, AWS, Google Cloud

At this step you need to know how much is your traffic website, if your website just getting started from scratch you can choose some low resources. It’s okay. There is no big deal. You can change the size of VPS later without broken any bit of your server. In other cases, you migrate a website from an old host, your website with high traffic volume, you could consider other budget options or contact the support team to help you choose the right option.

WordPress’ installation guide

You need to wait few minutes in order to complete the server installation progress. Once it completed, you can get started on install WordPress website.

First step: Click the server that you have installed to go inside.

WordPress installation guide on Cloudways
Select application choose WordPress Cloudways

In the drop-down menu section, choose WordPress. There so many types of WordPress, choose the one work for you.

Second, name your app as website in order to easily recognize the application.

Add name of your project, you can name it anything.

Next hit on Add Application.

You need to wait few minutes to install it.

After completing the installation, go inside that app to connect your domain name and install SSL certificate, back frequency for your website. You can set up backup to daily, or weekly.

Connect domain name first

Add your domain name here. If you don’t know-how. Please open live chat support and request support. The support team will help you connect the Domain name to your application. And remember to ask them for SSL certificate installation as well.

Next install SSL certificate. There are two options: free SSL certificate automatic installation progress or your own SSL certificate. For simple, I would to use Let’s encrypt. Add the email address and your domain name to the area. And hit the button.

In order to make this step work well, you must connect your application with the domain first with DNS configuration first. If you don’t know anything, just live chat support they will do the rest.

This video guide for WordPress Multisite

Finish this step, every thing going to be fine.

Finally, I strongly recommend you use the live chat support at the beginning of time if you are a newbie.

Some other guides:

How to Install Custom SSL Certificate on Your Application:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-install-custom-ssl-certificate/

If you would like to scale up your server(change size of server), read here:

https://support.cloudways.com/scale-up-your-cloudways-server-over-digitalocean-linode-and-vultr/

How to install SSL certificate:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-install-lets-encrypt-ssl-certificate/

How to migrate website from old host to Cloudways by WordPress plugin, read guides here:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-migrate-wordpress-to-cloudways/

How to Set Up a WordPress Multisite on Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-setup-a-wordpress-multisite-on-cloudways/

How to clone/ Duplicate an application on Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-do-i-clone-an-application-on-my-server/

How to create a Staging Environment with Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/create-staging-environment-site/

How to Create Cron Jobs on Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/scheduling-cron-job-from-console/

How to Monitor Cron Jobs on the Cloudways Platform:

https://support.cloudways.com/monitor-cron-jobs-of-an-application-using-cloudways-platform/

How to manage your databases using the Cloudways database manager:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-manage-your-databases-using-the-integrated-database-manager/

How to Set up MySQL Remote Connection to Database:

https://support.cloudways.com/setting-up-remote-mysql-database-connections/
https://support.cloudways.com/setting-up-remote-mysql-database-connections/

How to Change PHP-FPM Settings:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-change-php-fpm-settings/

How to Deploy Code to Your Application Using Git:

https://support.cloudways.com/using-git-for-deployment/

Using Git via Command Line:

https://support.cloudways.com/using-git-command-line-ssh/

How to create a Support Ticket:

https://support.cloudways.com/create-support-ticket/

How Can I Reset File and Folder Permissions:

https://support.cloudways.com/reset-file-and-folder-permissions-of-an-application/

How to Activate the Elastic Email Add-on:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-activate-elasticemail-addon/

How to Use Rackspace Email Add-on:

https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-use-rackspace-addon/

How to take a Snapshot of a Server:

https://support.cloudways.com/take-a-snapshot-of-a-server/

Which Web Applications Can be Hosted on Cloudways?

https://support.cloudways.com/which-web-application-supports/

How to Configure Elasticsearch on Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/configure-elasticsearch-on-cloudways/

Getting Started With Cloudways:

https://support.cloudways.com/getting-started-with-cloudways/

Go to this knowledge base center to know more:

https://support.cloudways.com/knowledge-base/

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