The gridscale 1-Click Plesk Template
With gridscale to your Plesk template
Gridscale offers you several 1-Click templates. If you install these, besides the operating system other tools are installed directly. Such as PLESK.
In this tutorial I have already shown you the pros and cons of Plesk and this article shows you how to install Plesk on your Ubuntu server. Gridscale customers can now save themselves the installation – just use the finished template.
If you are new to gridscale, please read this article beforehand. Here I explain to you the basics for the use of our panel and the special features of the GUI.
Create server with 1-click template
Log in to your gridscale account and create a new server.
Choose how many cores, how much GB RAM and how much GB storage you want to use.
Connect your server to the Internet and select “PLESK” under the tab “1-Click Templates”.
Now enter your root password and choose your SSH keys, which you want to use.
Then click Create Server.
Now start your server via the GUI and switch to the console view. After the server has gone up, log in with the password you set up previously and you should get the following image:
As you can see, Plesk is already ready for use.
In your browser, switch to the address specified in the terminal to log in to the PLESK GUI.
In my case that is the
Then log in with the username ‘root’ and the root password you set.
In the next step, you will be asked for the purposes for which you want to use PLESK. The selection does not include any functions, only functions that are relevant to you are highlighted and rather untypical functions are hidden.
Select your purpose and click OK.
Depending on your chosen purpose, you will be asked in the next step some questions, for example, domains or network interfaces. You will also be asked to replace the password. Here you can also confirm your old password, since you have changed it only recently.
In the penultimate step, you will be asked questions about your person. These are passed on to PLESK and are required for registration. Enter at least the data marked with a red star, and then click OK again.
Download your PLESK license now. If you do not have one, you can order a test license here or visit plesk.com/pricing.
If the key is uploaded, the GUI should look like this:
Within a few minutes your server with the latest version of Plesk is highly advanced and ready for use. Gridscale always tries to take away as much work as possible so you can concentrate on the important things in life. As a result, our 1-Click templates are growing steadily. Currently, we also offer WordPress (German only) and Redmine (German only). Do you have any wishes or suggestions? Do not hesitate to contact us. If you are logged in, you will find our chat at the bottom right of the window. Our experts do not only help you with your infrastructure, they also have an open ear for criticism and suggestions.Zurück zur Tutorial Übersicht Back to Tutorial Overview
With gridscale to your Plesk template Gridscale offers you several 1-Click templates. If you install these, besides the operating system other tools are installed directly. Such as PLESK. In this tutorial I have already shown you the pros and cons of Plesk and this article shows you how to install Plesk on your Ubuntu server. […]
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