WordPress on Azure

Solve DevOps

WordPress on Azure

Solve DevOps

This listing packages WordPress, MariaDB, PHP and PHPMyAdmin into a single easy to use service.

What is WordPress

WordPress is the most popular Free and Open Source Content Management Systems used on the internet.
Written in PHP and using MySQL or MariaDB, WordPress is used by publishers on the internet for various use-cases such as personal blogs to news sites like BBC America that handles lots of traffic every year.

This listing packages WordPress, MariaDB, PHP and PHPMyAdmin into a single easy to use service that you can spin up and have your site ready to go in 3mins.

Launch the power of WordPress and start your publishing journey today.

Key Product Features

  • WordPress
  • PHP
  • MariaDB
  • PHPMyAdmin
  • Ubuntu 20.04

Quick Start

  1. Launch your new instance on Azure. Be sure to select the right instance size that will support your projects.(Instance will take 3mins to Bootstrap the first time)
  2. Using your browser, connect to the instance using and you will be greeted with the WordPress setup page.
  3. Access details for PHPMyAdmin, MariaDB are stored on your instance in /opt/wordpress/default-wordpress-credentials.txt
  4. Further notes on how to add SSL, Upgrade instructions can be accessed here -


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