One-Click Applications let you create Droplets with software and features already set up for you. These pre-built images save you time by automating common setup steps like package installation, firewall rules, and software configuration. Instead of dealing with manual server administration, you can focus on getting your application off the ground quickly.
Creating a Droplet from a One-Click Application is as easy as creating a regular Droplet. On the Droplet create page, in the Choose an image section, click the One-click apps tab and select the One-Click you want to use. After choosing the rest of your Droplet settings, like size and region, click Create.
In addition to the first-party One-Click Applications that DigitalOcean develops and supports, we also offer a number of images which are developed and supported by third parties, including:
Here are the One-Click Applications we currently offer:
A highly-customizable, containerized Discourse forum backed by Docker.
A preconfigured development environment with Django (a high-level Python framework), Nginx, Gunicorn, and Postgres.
Configures Docker CE and Docker Compose per the project's recommendations so you can immediately start creating and using containers.
Dokku is a PaaS solution to quickly deploy configured apps to separate production environments.
Ghost is a powerful open-source publishing platform for creating professional blogs, magazines and websites.
A Git repository management server built on Ruby on Rails that you can use to host repositories and set up control structures for Git using a clean web interface.
A robust starting point for Apache-based web apps that reduces the time it takes from creating a server to working on a site.
A robust starting point for Nginx-based web apps that reduces the time it takes from creating a server to working on a site.
MongoDB is a highly-scalable NoSQL database with a document-based data model and an expressive query language.
MySQL is a popular open-source database management system often used to store, secure, and retrieve data for applications. phpMyAdmin is a browser-based MySQL administration tool.
A solid foundation to host your Ruby app backed by Nginx, Puma, and Postgres.
A ready-to-configure WordPress site backed by LAMP with supporting security software enabled.