Data Storage Containers
- Clone Environment
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- How to Migrate a WordPress Site to BitssCloud PaaS
- How to migrate my environments from another Jelastic provider?
- HTTP Headers
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- Spring Boot Standalone and Clustered Java Applications with BitssCloud
- Timezone Data for Java/PHP App Server
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- Database Configuration
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- Galera Cluster not working
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- How to install MSSQL server on Linux (2017)
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- Schedule Backups for MySQL and MariaDB Databases
- Scheduling Databases Backups
Domain Name Management
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- DNS Hostnames for Direct Connection to Containers
- How to Bind Custom Domain via A Record
- How to Bind Custom Domain via CNAME
- Multiple Custom Domains on an Nginx Web Server
- Multiple Domains with Public IP
- Multiple Public IP Addresses for a Single Container
- Setup WordPress Multisite Network with Domain Mapping and CDN
- Creating Environment for PHP
- Deploy PHP Project Via GIT SVN
- How to Check Change PHP Version in BitssCloud
- How to create environment for AngularJs/ReactJs
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- How to Install Custom PHP Application
- Ion cube Loader
- MariaDB PHP connection
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- NGINX PHP
- PHP App Server Configuration
- PHP Connection to MongoDB
- PHP security settings
- PHP Session Clustering
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- Running Multiple Domain Names on Apache Server
- Security configuration for Apache
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- CentOS VPS
- Elastic VPS configuratation
- Elastic VPS with full root access
- Installation of cPanel in BitssCloud
- Java Console Application with CentOS VPS
- Linux VPS Access via Public IP
- Linux VPS Access via SSH Gate
- Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS
- Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS
- SSH Access to VPS Gate
- Ubuntu VPS
- Ubuntu with CSF Firewall
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- Automatic Horizontal Scaling: Multi Nodes
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- Database Horizontal Scaling
- Docker Containers Horizontal Scaling
- Horizontal Scaling
- Load Balancer with horizontal scaling
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- Storage Container
- VPS Horizontal Scaling
- Apache & NGINX Modules
- BitssCloud Dashboard Guide
- Build and Deploy Hooks
- Cron Job scheduler
- FFMPEG Setup
- File Synchronization
- FTP Overview
- FTP/FTPS Support in BitssCloud
- How to Deploy Magento into BitssCloud PHP Cloud
- How to Enable Expert Mode in JCA
- How to open a support ticket to BitssCloud
- Installation of FTP
- Kubernetes Cluster
- Reduce Cloud Waste with Automatically Scheduled Hibernation
- Run Configuration
- SFTP Protocols for Accessing BitssCloud Containers.
- Supported OS Distributions for Docker Containers
- Timezone Addon
- Two-Factor Authentication
- Types of Accounts
- Websockets Support
- What is Cloudlet
- What is PaaS & CaaS
- WordPress AddOn
- Zero Code Change Deploy with No Vendor Lock-In for Smooth Migration across Cloud Platforms
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How to Migrate a WordPress Site to BitssCloud PaaS
This guide is intended to help with the smooth migration of WordPress websites to BitssCloud PaaS using pre-configured WordPress
packages available in the marketplace. Follow the simple steps to make migration flow painless and secure.
1. Access your BitssCloud Dev Panel and create a new WordPress environment (cluster or standalone) from the Marketplace.
2. Log in to your application server via SSH and generate a keypair with the ssh-keygen command.
3. Output just generated a public key with the command
Then select and copy its content to the clipboard with Ctrl+Shift+С (or Сmd +C) shortcut.
After that, add a public key to the WordPress environment by pasting it from the clipboard.
4. Go to the admin panel of the source WordPress website. Find, install and activate Migrate Guru plugin.
5. Go to the plugin’s tab, fill out the email field, accept the terms, and press Migrate Site.
6. Choose the FTP protocol within the open page.
7. Then fill out the form choosing SFTP secure file transfer protocol.
- Destination Site URL is a link to a new WordPress site (custom domain or default one provided by BitssCloud after environment creation). As for our example, we have a default one provided by BitssCloud: env-0318750.BitssCloud.net
- SFTP protocol to ensure secure migration.
- Destination Server IP/FTP Address and Port can be taken from the Host and Port fields at the BitssCloud dashboard SSH access section.
- FTP Username should be taken from the respective field with an automatically generated Username which is 37341-2588 in our example.
- SSH Key is a private RSA key you’ve generated in step 2. You can select and copy it from file .ssh/id_rsa of the user’s home directory via the terminal with Ctrl+Shift+С (or Cmd + C) shortcut at the destination environment.
- Directory Path is a path where the WordPress application is installed. In BitssCloud this is /var/www/webroot/ROOT/ directory. Finally, scroll down and press the Migrate button.
8. After passing data validation, the migration procedure begins.
9. When the process is successfully completed, visit your website by clicking the Visit Migrated Site button.
That’s all! Enjoy your WordPress site performance and availability powered by BitssCloud PaaS across a wide network of service providers worldwide. If your case requires a custom solution or you need assistance while migration, contact our support.