Corezoid on Google Cloud Engine
  • Updated on 23 Jul 2020
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Corezoid on Google Cloud Engine

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How to start using Corezoid on Google Cloud Engine

  1. Click “Launch on compute engine” button.


  1. Select deployment options and click “Deploy” button.


  1. Wait until the deployment will be completed.


  1. Click “Menu” icon, and select Compute Engine -> VM instances



  1. Click on the deployed Corezoid instance.


  1. Click “Edit” button


  1. Scroll down to the “Firewall” section, then check “Allow HTTP traffic” and “Allow HTTPS traffic” checkboxes.


  1. Scroll down and click “Save” button.


  1. After installation, you can get access to the installed Corezoid instance via the following link: https://<public_ip> (if your instance doesn't have a public_ip, you should use your private IP: https://<private_ip>). E.g.


During the first login, you will be needed to accept the self-signed SSL certificate in your browser.

  1. Then, you can log in to the Corezoid web interface using the following credentials:
    Login: admin@corezoid.loc
    Password: admin111


If you have trouble to login the process, try use the update your browser to the latest version or change it to the supported ones: Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer/Edge.

If you want to use SSH, you may need to add a new login and public SSH Key at the installed Corezoid instance setting at Google Cloud.

More info related to the public SSH Keys management can be found there:

Type "help" or "command /help" to find all the available commands for managing Corezoid.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:

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