WordPress is a popular, free and open-source web content management system based on PHP and MySQL.
Helm is an open-source package manager for Kubernetes that can help you as you define, install, and upgrade your Kubernetes applications. In this tutorial, we'll use Helm for setting up a WordPress site on top of a Kubernetes cluster. After completing the steps described in this tutorial, you will have a fully functional WordPress installation within a containerized cluster environment managed by Kubernetes.
WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) on the internet. It allows you to easily set up flexible blogs and websites on top of a MySQL backend with PHP processing. In this guide, we'll focus on getting a WordPress instance set up on a managed MySQL database on an Ubuntu 18.04 server.
This guide goes over the process of installing and setting up a WordPress instance on Ubuntu 18.04 using the OpenLiteSpeed web server. Because both WordPress and OpenLiteSpeed can be administered through a web browser, this configuration is ideal for those who do not have access to an SSH session or those who may not feel comfortable managing a web server via the command line.