DigitalOcean 1-Click Application Images


This series links all of the DigitalOcean 1-Click Application images into a cohesive list. Articles are listed in the order that the images are shown on the create droplet screen. New articles are added as more application images are published.

  • ARCHIVED: We have created a one-click Redmine 2.5 installation that uses Nginx/MySQL/Ruby on Rails on Ubuntu 14.04 x64. Redmine is a free and open source project management software to assist with projects, bug-tracking. It supports a variety of version control system. Using the one click image, you will be able to get redmine up and running quickly and painlessly.
  • ARCHIVED: We have created a one-click Wordpress installation with permalinks enabled that uses Apache/MySQL/PHP on Ubuntu 16.04 x64.
  • Django is a high-level Python framework for developing web applications rapidly. DigitalOcean's Django One-Click app quickly deploys a preconfigured development environment to your VPS employing Django, Nginx, Gunicorn, and Postgres.
  • ARCHIVED: So you’d like to try out Docker to create and run some services as containers? Thanks to DigitalOcean’s one-click “application” installation, you can create a droplet with Docker pre-installed, running and ready to go!
  • We’re going to show you how simple it is to get started with step-by-step instructions. By the end, you’ll have a Heroku-style application running on a DigitalOcean Droplet, deployed via Git, and a Dokku instance ready for more.
  • Git is the most popular distributed version control system in the world. GitLab is a git repository management system that can be used to mange repositories, users, access, and issues from within an easy-to-use web interface. In this article, we will cover how to use DigitalOcean's one-click GitLab installation image.
  • ARCHIVED: Ghost is a light-weight open-source blogging platform. It's fully customizable and has many themes available. Using DigitalOcean's one-click Ghost application, you can create a Droplet with Ghost pre-installed and running in just a few minutes.
  • ARCHIVED: MEAN is a quick start boilerplate for creating applications based on MongoDB, Node.js, Express, and AngularJS. DigitalOcean's MEAN One-Click Application pre-installs the Mean.js implementation of the stack. It also comes with the front-end package manager bower and grunt, a tool for automating JavaScript tasks. Together, these tools provide a solid base to build your web application.
  • ARCHIVED: We have created a one-click Drupal installation which uses Nginx, php-fpm, and MySQL on Ubuntu 14.04 x64. This tutorial will guide you through adding enhancements like the PHP 5.5 opcode cache, php-fpm, and Nginx to ensure solid performance.
  • DigitalOcean's Magento One-Click application provides a quick start to building a Magento storefront on top of a LAMP stack. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to finish configuring your site, including setting your domain name and installing an SSL certificate.
  • DigitalOcean's ownCloud One-Click application provides a quick way to set up file sharing and other cloud services on a server you control. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to finish configuring your site, including setting your domain name, installing an SSL certificate, and enabling file encryption.
  • ARCHIVED: MongoDB is a highly-scalable NoSQL database with a document-based data model and an expressive query language. DigitalOcean's MongoDB One-Click application allows you to quickly spin up a droplet with MongoDB pre-installed. It aims to help get your application off the ground quickly.
  • ARCHIVED: MediaWiki is a free and open source program that allows users to create their own personal wiki sites. This tutorial guides the user through creating and setting up a MediaWiki site using the MediaWiki One-Click Application image.
  • The DigitalOcean ELK Stack One-Click Application provides you with a quick way to launch a centralized logging server. The ELK Stack is made up of three key pieces of software: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Together they allow you to collect, search, and analyze logs files from across your infrastructure. Logstash collects and parses the incoming logs, Elasticsearch indexes them, and Kibana gives you a powerful web interface to visualize the data.
  • ARCHIVED: DigitalOcean's Ruby on Rails One-click application provides a convenient way to get your Rails application running on an Ubuntu server. With Nginx, Unicorn, and Postgres all pre-installed, the One-click is a great base for hosting your app. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a Droplet, where to find the usernames and passwords, and how to restart the key services on the Droplet.