How to deploy Corezoid on Google Cloud Engine
Please be aware that Corezoid instances for Google Cloud Engine do not include the following components: Account, Enigma, Merchant API, Limits Server, Git Call, and Database Call.
How to start using Corezoid on Google Cloud Engine
- Click the Launch On Compute Engine button:
- Configure deployment options and click the Deploy button:
- Wait until the deployment is complete:
- Click the Menu icon, and select Compute Engine -> VM instances:
- Click the deployed Corezoid instance in the list:
- Click the Edit button:
- Scroll down to the Firewall section, then tick the Allow HTTP traffic and Allow HTTPS traffic checkboxes:
- Scroll down and click the Save button:
- After the 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 need to use your private IP: https://<private_ip>). E.g. https://184.108.40.206
On the first log in, you will need to accept the self-signed SSL certificate in your browser.
- Then, you can log in to the Corezoid web interface using the following credentials:
If you have issues with logging in to the process, try updating your browser to the latest version or switching to the supported browsers: Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer/Edge.
If you want to use SSH, you may need to add a new login and public SSH Key in the settings of the Corezoid instance installed in the Google Cloud.
More info related to the public SSH Keys management can be found here: https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/instances/adding-removing-ssh-keys
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: email@example.com