Installing and upgrading help

Google Click to Deploy

 
Picture of Ken Task
Google Click to Deploy
Particularly helpful Moodlers

This is not an advertisement ... do not work for Google.    This is also not necessarily a recommendation for all ... but ... something to investigate/explore if so inclined.

Have posted this here cause of past postings where the poster was asking about a hosted solution.

Moderator ... feel free to slap my hand and move where ever!!!! ;)

Google Click Deploy
https://cloud.google.com/launcher/

On page 2 of blog and CMS category:
A "Secured Moodle on Windows 2012 R2 ... a 'hardened Moodle'.
I have no idea what that really means!!!

https://console.cloud.google.com/launcher/partners/click-to-deploy-images

WordPress, LAMP Stack, ASP.NET Framework, MongoDB, a Single Node file server
featuring ZFS for Linux, Jenkins, TomCat

Can get a Google click to deploy for MySQL, Percona, Redis, and a Moodle.
 
https://console.cloud.google.com/launcher

It appears BitNami has jumped on board Google offering WP, Joomla, even a BitNami Moodle ...

However, one can get a Google One Click Deployment that's

VM instance: 1 vCPU + 3.75 GB memory (n1-standard-1) - $34.67 a month.
Standard Persistent Disk: 10GB - $0.40 a month

Type Virtual machines  Single VM
Last updated 11/30/17, 12:59 PM
Version  3.4
Operating system Debian 9
Package contents Apache 2.4.25 MySQL 5.7.20 PHP 7.0.19

Estimated costs:  $24.67/month

https://console.cloud.google.com/launcher/details/click-to-deploy-images/moodle?q=Moodle

For those having email issues all the time might look into a SendGrid Email API/Service

@Emma might like ... it's Debian!!!! ;)

'spirit of sharing', Ken

 
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Picture of Marcus Green
Re: Google Click to Deploy
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I think they just made up "hardened Moodle"

 
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Picture of Ken Task
Re: Google Click to Deploy
Particularly helpful Moodlers

Yeah, that's kinda what I think also! ;)   On the flip of that ... why doesn't the brief descriptions of Bitnami's or the Debian etc. mention the same?   I'd say 'buyer beware'!   But maybe some in these forums could evaluate and share back!

'spirit of sharing', Ken 

 
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