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LAMP All-In-One Trial with MySQL 5.5 (v13 Infinity)

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Description

Launch a complete LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack on a single server in any of the supported cloud infrastructures. It includes default values for all required inputs so you can launch a server in less than 15 minutes.

If you want to set up and launch a custom LAMP stack with your own application code and database, see LAMP All-In-One with MySQL 5.5 (v13 Infinity) or LAMP All-In-One with MySQL 5.1 (v13 Infinity).

Technical Overview

Important!
This ServerTemplate is designed for demonstration purposes only and is not recommended for production use.

Reference Diagram

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Cloud Support

This ServerTemplate demonstrates how you can easily launch a server with the same configuration in multiple clouds/regions. This particular ServerTemplate supports a variety of public and private clouds.

  • Public Cloud Infrastructures
    • Amazon Web Services EC2
    • Datapipe
    • Google Compute Engine
    • HP Cloud
    • Rackspace First Generation
    • Rackspace Open Cloud
    • SoftLayer
    • Windows Azure
  • Private Cloud Infrastructures
    • Citrix CloudStack (3.0.6)
    • OpenStack Folsom
    • Rackspace Private Cloud

Software Application Versions

  • Apache 2.2
  • MySQL 5.5
  • PHP 5.3

Supported Backup Clouds

  • Amazon Web Services S3
  • Azure Storage
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • Rackspace CloudFiles
  • SoftLayer Object Storage
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