ABOUT BITNAMI NGINX OPEN SOURCE STACK
Bitnami NGINX Open Source Stack provides a complete, fully-integrated and ready to run PHP, MySQL and NGINX development environment. In addition, it bundles phpMyAdmin, SQLite, ImageMagick, FastCGI, GD, CURL, PEAR, PECL, Composer and other components. Also known as LEMP for Linux, WEMP for Windows and MEMP for OS X.
Google Cloud Marketplace provides a way to launch common software packages and stacks on Compute Engine with just a few clicks. Many common web frameworks, databases, CMSs, and CRMs are supported. This is one of the fastest ways to get up and running on the Google Cloud.
In this hands-on lab you’ll learn how to launch and configure a Marketplace service on the Google Cloud.
What you’ll do
- Launch a common web stack with Marketplace
- Verify your deployment
Getting Started with Marketplace
In this section you’ll learn how to create an Nginx Stack on Compute Engine with Google Cloud Marketplace.
Navigate to Marketplace
In the Cloud Console, navigate to Marketplace:
You should see the Marketplace home page:
In the search box that says “Search for solutions”, type “Nginx”. Then click on the NGINX Open Source Certified by Bitnami tile to select the platform.
Now click Launch.
Launching the Nginx Stack
VM Instance Configuration
Once the project is created you’ll be taken to the New Nginx deployment page in the Cloud Console to configure your Nginx instance.
Now do the following:
- Choose a name for your instance (for example
- Select zone as
Note: See Regions and Zones for more information about regions and zones.
Leave as default:
- Machine type: micro (1-shared vCPU) 0.6 GB memory.
- Boot Disk: 10 GB SSD.
- “Allow HTTP Traffic” and “Allow HTTPS Traffic” are checked.
Be sure to accept the Google Cloud Marketplace Terms of Service near the bottom of the page.
Click Deploy to launch your Nginx Stack.
Verifying the Deployment
When the Cloud Console says that your Nginx stack has been deployed you can verify that everything worked correctly. Your screen should look something like this.
Verifying via the Web
Click on the blue Visit the site button to access the deployed Nginx Stack in a new tab. You should see something that looks like this: