Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform

In this article, we will set up a LAMP Stack for web applications in the Google Cloud Platform. LAMP is one of the common examples of the Web Service Stack which basically Stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. In this article, we will set up LAMP using Bitnami Certified Apps which are secure, up-to-date, and packaged using industry best practices.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Let’s begin.
 
Step 1
 
Login with Google Cloud Platform by visiting here (Google provides $300 as a free trial, but for that, you need to link your credit card)
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 2
 
Once you are able to log in, you will see the Google Cloud Platform as shown in the below image. Click on the Marketplace menu.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 3
 
Search for the Lamp Stack in the Marketplace as shown below. As we are going to use Certified apps by Bitnami, Click on LAMP Certified by Bitnami.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 4
 
Click on the Launch button.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 5
 
The next screen is for the system configuration of LAMP certified by the Bitnami deployment page. Provide or select a Deployment Name, Zone, Machine Type (Configuration for CPU and RAM), Boot Disk type, Network, and other details as shown below. Select the terms and click on the Deploy button. 
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 6
 
Within a minute, LAMP certified by Bitnami will be deployed on the Google Cloud Platform.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 7
 
Once deployed, you can see the Site IP Address, SSH access to view the site files.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 8
 
Click on the Visit the Site in order to confirm that web site is working.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 9
 
Click on SSH (Secure shell) button, you will be connected to the LAMP Server via SSH.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 10
 
Add the PHPInfo.php file as shown in the below image in order to check the PHP configuration.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
Step 11
 
Once the above steps are completed, access the PHPinfo.php file in order to see the PHP Configuration. PHPInfo.php script is used to verify a new PHP Installation/Configuration.
 
Setting Up LAMP Certified By Bitnami In Google Cloud Platform
 
I hope this will help you in deploying a LAMP stack to a Compute Engine Instance in Google Cloud Platform.