I wanted to spin up something similar on GCP that I have running on AWS for this mini blog. AWS is running a CentOS7 VM with a docker instance of WordPress and MySQL. I signed up for a free year subscription on GCP ($300 credit). I then decided to create a Kubernetes cluster to house my WordPress/MySQL docker instances. Note: I know there is more than one way to skin a cat. This is the hard way to get a WordPress website running. (I tried to show my non-technical friend, he said: “Wow, you got a 1998 website running, I’m so proud of you (sarcasm).” Here is how i did it. I hope it helps.
GCP version (UNDER CONSTRUCTION, https required for .app domains): http://nsx.app
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AWS version: http://keepvirtualweird.com
Project: DELL EMC ScaleIO (Version: v.188.8.131.52) Added to the vSphere Home Lab of Squalor (Ghetto).
Project (Add ScaleIO to my existing home lab for shared storage)
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VSAN 6.2 Added to the vSphere Home Lab of Squalor (Ghetto).
Project (Add VSAN to my existing home lab)
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