- Create AWS Account
- BitNami Amazon Machine Images
- How to install Ubuntu Desktop on EC2 EBS
- How to install VMWare tools on BitNami Virtual Appliances
- Tutorial: Rubystack Deployment Alternatives
- How-To Video: Launching BitNami Virtual Appliances
- How to Install Multiple Joomla! Sites on One BitNami Stack
- How to backup and update the BitNami Redmine Stack
- Tutorial for Deploying BitNami Stacks on Amazon EC2
- How to install and make public any BitNami Stack
- BitNami Modules. As an user... I want integration
- How to install services on OSX
- How To Install Services on Linux
- Installing RubyStack
- From InstantRails to RubyStack
- Rolling on Rails With RubyStack
BitNami GoGrid Images Guide
How to start a BitNami GoGrid Image
To make it even easier to get started, GoGrid is offering a generous $100 service credit to BitNami users. That will give you hundreds of hours of free cloud computing time to test out GoGrid and make sure it meets your needs. To take advantage of this offer, follow this link or visit www.gogrid.com, create an account and enter the code 'CPBitNami' when prompted.
(if you already have one, skip to the next step)
- Go to http://www.gogrid.com/signUp.
Create an GoGrid Account.
Sign in to the GoGrid Management Console: my.gogrid.com
Add the server.
Find all BitNami MyGSI GoGrid Server Images filling in the filter field with "BitNami" string. Click the image of your choice (Drupal in our example) and press Next.
Enter the name for your server, choose one of the available public ip and click Save.
- Wait until your server is ready. This could take up to 15 minutes in some
Enter your machine IP in the web browser window. You should be able to see the BitNami Application start page. Click Access Bitnami [application name] link.
You can find default login and password for the application on http://bitnami.com/stack/<<stack_name>> page. In Drupal's case it is user / bitnami taken from http://bitnami.com/stack/drupal
Click Login and you will be presented with the BitNami application.