How to get free hosting on Google Cloud

How to get free hosting on Google Cloud
June 24, 2020 Comments Off on How to get free hosting on Google Cloud Blog admin

If you are looking for Google cloud hosting to try for 1 year, you can easily avail this offer from Google before choosing it for your business.

1. Login

Click on url console.cloud.google.com and Sign up for free. Enter your billing details and credit card. Google will not charge you anything for one year but actually it gives you $300 which you can use it for one year. Once you complete one year then google will send you upgrade to paid one.

Google cloud hosting platform

2. Now after creating your account you can go to console and create a project


You can create a new project with the details of your website

3. Enter project name as your organization as project name

new project
project details

4. Next step, Go to the Marketplace

console menu
virtual machines

You can find virtual machine by scrolling down and then there is an option for WordPress download.

You can launch the website and there will be the options and cost for the website install and use your $300 in word press installation. It will ask the following information relates to your installation.<\

Deployment Name - you can give your organization/website or project related name

Zone - is the location of the server where you want. Please check the details as it will show you some costing related to the server location.

Machine type - it will show you the server size. Depends on your requirement but if you have a small WordPress website you can choose small CPU. For larger ones you have to see the costing as well.

Administrator email - Give your email id as it is must for creating backup 

Check on Install PHP 

Check on both allow http and https traffic from the Internet

You will see the costing showing on the right-hand side for the WordPress but don’t worry it is totally free as it will get deducted from $300 google has credited.

Click on deploy

After deployment you will get the Ip address details. Click on that and WordPress website is ready for configuration now.

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