Managed WordPress Hosting Convesio (Setup)

Hello and welcome Convesio dashboard I’m gonna spend a few minutes to give you a quick walkthrough of all the features and functionality so, you can setup up your first site very quickly with so, first things first let’s create your new site by clicking new site. 

Creating your New WordPress instance in Convesio dashboard:

Creating a new site in convesio dashboard

You’re gonna select the appropriate PHP version the appropriate WordPress version and you also get to choose your data center location so, we have data centers in the United States the UK, and Australia for this demo over it is going to stay with the United States there are going to click deploy. 

creating new WordPress instances

The job console window will come up first things first it’s gonna kick provision some space on the database cluster for your WordPress installation. And then it’s going to build the file system. 

creating new WordPress instance

This entire process takes between 30 seconds and 60 seconds just depending on how busy the clusters the time. But it shouldn’t take very long at all. As you can see are still building the file system starting the deployment now this is actually deploying WordPress on your container. 

After that are just waiting for the container to come online we shouldn’t take too much longer. 46 seconds right now so you can see it took 46 seconds and this is the temp U. R. L. for your new WordPress installation. 

new WordPress instance in Convesio Managed WordPress hosting

So the next step is yours click this link right here

it’ll go to a WordPress install screen the database credentials have already been included so you don’t worry about that you simply soft site title username and password just like you originally installed WordPress and once that’s installed you can come back to your dashboard here. 

For the rest of this demo, we’re gonna use this WordPress installation already been installed. We’re going to manage the site dashboard. 

site dashboard in convesio managed WordPress hosting
site dashboard in convesio managed WordPress hosting

And the next really large bit of information is going to be in the domains. 

Adding Primary Domain Names

So you’re going to want to sign a primary domain so address for example and you’re going to want to play the A. records of the route and the W. W. W. if you don’t have that pointed out the route record to this load balancer eyepiece you get to load balancers per WordPress site that creates the high availability solution and once you have that point where you’re going to click add domain. 

creating new domain names
creating new domain names
doamins addon in Convesio manged web hosting
domains addon in Convesio managed web hosting

It includes the domain name there you’ll need input to the domain name twice if you have the W. W. W. version and the non-W. W. W. version you will have accessible confessio but in this example, we just have a. 

So you know that there. 

And you can see that this is already the primary domain if we wanted to make it. The temp you are all the primary routes clicks on primary C. house which is there. And you also get a notification up in your top right. 

Configuring SSL certificate

So once you have your primary domain assigned and you made your primary you’ll want to go to security. And you want to create an SSL certificate so this one already has an SSL certificate we can delete it for this permission otherwise. 

Add SSL certificate to convesio hosting dashboard
Add SSL certificate to convesio hosting dashboard

Yes add an SSL certificate and get let’s encrypt SSL. Then you’ll just click the button next to the domain that you want to generate the SSL to agree to the terms and click continue. And as always we have another console one of the pops up giving you the status of the job. 

Yes, certificates generally don’t take very long this is very important that you have the DNS pointed at confessio prior to doing this or it’s going to fail. And as you can see up there that’s a cell state for the domain. 

And it is completed and you can see it also. 

encrypting SSL in convesio hosting
encrypting SSL in convesio hosting

Convesio Backups

Populates down here. The next thing you’re going to want to do is actually go to backups. Thank you for your backups as well as you can see there are already 2 snapshots taken on this but you can configure backups to create the backup automation. 

You want to enable backups. And we give you S. schedule that’s already deployed so the daily is every one day Scott for 15 days and every month it takes a snapshot keeps figure 65 days you can change that there’s a lot of different ways you can change that so I would encourage you to look at that and decide what’s best for your site. 

And the last thing you want to show you very quickly here is the SFTP access for the site so if you go to settings SFTP. 

SFTP access convesio web hosting
SFTP access convesio web hosting
convesio web hosting backups
convesio web hosting backups

These are your SFTP credentials for the site you can use those immediately they are merely provisions any also enable and disable SFTP access for security. 

convesio web hosting cache
convesio web hosting cache

And one last thing is a caching mechanism you can enable caching on the site that catches your website at the edge of our load balancers so nothing would hit your container you can change the default TTL and also create exceptional roles and personal cash down here.

Can’t Understand How to Do it? Watch this video and follow all these steps:

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Syed Saadullah

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  1. It is very helpful article about creating instance in convesio hosting but, I think they are little bit expensive !!!!!


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