In this step, the cloud administrator adds two cloud accounts. The project expects to do development and testing work on AWS, and go to production on Azure.

Procedure

  1. Go to Infrastructure > Connections > Cloud Accounts.
  2. Click Add Cloud Account, select Amazon Web Services, and enter values.
    Setting Sample Value
    Access key ID R5SDR3PXVV2ZW8B7YNSM
    Secret access key SZXAINXU4UHNAQ1E156S
    Name OurCo-AWS
    Description WordPress
    Capabilities cloud:aws

    Remember that all values are only use case samples. Your account specifics will vary.

  3. To verify credentials, click Validate.
  4. Click Add.
  5. Edit the newly added account Configuration, and allow provisioning to us-east-1 and us-west-2 regions.
  6. Click Add Cloud Account, select Microsoft Azure, and enter values.
    Setting Sample Value
    Subscription ID ef2avpf-dfdv-zxlugui1i-g4h0-i8ep2jwp4c9arbfe
    Tenant ID dso9wv3-4zgc-5nrcy5h3m-4skf-nnovp40wfxsro22r
    Client application ID bg224oq-3ptp-mbhi6aa05-q511-uf1yjr2sttyik6bs
    Client application secret key 7uqxi57-0wtn-kymgf9wcj-t2l7-e52e4nu5fig4pmdd
    Name OurCo-Azure
    Description WordPress
    Capabilities cloud:az
  7. To verify credentials, click Validate.
  8. Click Add.
  9. Edit the newly added account Configuration, and allow provisioning to the East US region.

What to do next

Add cloud zones where the project will deploy the WordPress site. See WordPress use case: add cloud zones.