The Exoscale provider is just a regular WordPress plugin – upload and activate it from the WordPress PLUGINS screen.
Connecting to Exoscale and automatically creating servers requires a few more moving parts to be synchronized than simpler providers such as DigitalOcean and Linode. In particular:
First, you must make sure you create and upload an SSH key pair to your Exoscale dashboard.
The Exoscale provider then needs connection and security information before it can be used. You can provide this information under WPCLOUD DEPLOY->SETTINGS->CLOUD PROVIDERS-Exoscale. There are several steps to this process:
Servers that are created from inside WPCD will always be deployed with the following options:
Because we are using the default security group, you MUST make sure that you edit it to open ports 22, 80 and 443 BEFORE you attempt to provision a server inside WPCD. These rules should look similar to the following:
All servers will be provisioned with 50GB of disk space, regardless of server size.