WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. You can use wordpress to launch your blog or any kind of website. This tutorial will give you steps to install wordpress on google app engine.
Step 1. Open Google Cloud Services & Click Product & Services at the top left most part of the page.
Step 2. Now Click on Compute Engine which is available at the Service Panel of the page.
Step 3. Now Login into your Instance terminal on which you want to Create App Engine and Update packages.
Step 4. Create Directory for WordPress Deployment and move into that directory.
Step 5. Now you have to Install App Engine SDK, PHP and WordPress for your App Engine.
Step 6. Download the packages for Google App Engine.
Step 7. Unzip Google App Engine Package.
Step 8. Download Package for WordPress.
Step 9. Move appengine-php-wordpress-starter-project to friendly name.
Step 10. Install Mysql-Server in your Machine by running bellow command from your terminal.
Specify New password for Mysql root user.
Note: Confirm Password for Mysql root user.
Step 11. Download php-5.4 for wordpress.
Step 12. Extract php-5.4.25 diretory.
Step 13. Move to php-5.4.25 directory.Configure & install php by below command.
Note: Now you have to make a database on sql cloud.If you dont know that how to create database in Sql cloud then click on below link.
Step 14. Now Login into your SQL Cloud Instance to create a Database for your WordPress by below command.
Step 15. Now Move to appengine-php-wordpress directory and putting files at the right place with the help of below command.
Step 16. Now move to WordPress directory and open wp-config.php and edit below lines.
Step 17. Now fire below command to run your appengine.
Step 18. Open your browser and run WordPress.
Step 19. Now specify wordpress details as per your requirement then click on Install wordpress.
Step 20. Now click on Login.
Step 21. Now Enter your Username and Password for login into wordpress then click on Log In.
Step 22. Now you are successfully Login in your Wordpress account.