RunCloud is a SaaS platform that simplifies cloud server management through its simple yet powerful server management panel. Whether you are a junior web developer, senior web developer, WordPress developer, agency owner, or even a user who just do not want to be bogged down with system administrator tasks, our management panel makes it easier for you to deploy and manage your web application without having the hassle to configure your web application to ensure it’s up and running.
RunCloud Panel is simple enough to be used with minimal technical knowledge and at the same time, powerful enough for users to run complicated tasks either using our GUI or command-line interface. You didn’t need to become an expert in Linux. Just focused on your web application while we handle all the system administration tasks.
RunCloud One-Click VM allows you to spin your server with RunCloud image and straightly manage your server inside RunCloud Panel afterward. No need to connect your VM through IP Address or spin the server inside our panel again.
There are several steps you need to do before and after you finished spinning up RunCloud One-Click VM:
It is recommended that you have a RunCloud account before you begin spinning up the VM. This is to ensure a smooth process from spinning up RunCloud One-Click VM to server verification on RunCloud Panel. If you did not have an account yet, you can register here for free. You can also create an account after spinning up RunCloud One-Click VM.
We generate a verification link that is accessible via SSH. The verification link allows us to identify and verify that you are the owner of the VM. Below are a few steps that you need to do after you finished spinning up RunCloud One-Click VM:
1. Log into VM via SSH
First, you need to log into the VM via SSH. From a terminal on your local computer, connect to the VM as root as shown below. Please make sure to replace use_your_vm_ip_address with the actual RunCloud One-Click VM’s IP address which you have just created.
Once you successfully log into the VM, you will see a MySQL Root Password and RunCloud User Password. Please duplicate and save this password because it only shows once.
You will also see that there is a verification URL provided. Click on that link and it will be redirected to our RunCloud Panel. Do note that the verification link only valid for 24 hours.
3. Claim your server
After clicking the verification URL, you will be redirected to the Claim Server page. If you already signed into RunCloud, you will see a simple verification form on this page.
You need to claim your ownership of the server that you just created using RunCloud One-Click VM by filling up the form and click the Claim This Server button. RunCloud then will verify and start communicating with you VM.
After a few moments, you will be redirected to your VM/Server summary page. Congratulations! The verification process successful and you can start managing your VM via RunCloud Panel.
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