Are you looking to deploy your project and make it accessible to the public? Cloud-based hosting services offer a convenient, reliable, and accessible solution compared to physical devices. In this article, we will explore how you can use the NAVER Cloud Platform to deploy your project easily. Let’s get started!
What is Cloud Hosting?
Cloud hosting is a service that allows you to make your project accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Instead of relying on physical devices like computers, cloud hosting provides a virtual environment for your project. This means you can set up and deploy your project with just a few clicks, eliminating the need for purchasing and configuring physical devices.
Introducing NAVER Cloud Platform
NAVER Cloud Platform is a reliable and user-friendly service that allows you to deploy your project effortlessly. By using their Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), you can have a private cloud environment that is completely isolated from other organizations or users. With available regions in Korea, Singapore, and soon Japan, NAVER Cloud Platform offers flexibility and scalability for your hosting needs.
Setting Up Your Server on NAVER Cloud Platform
To get started, sign up and log in to NAVER Cloud Platform. Once you’re logged in, navigate to the console and click on the “Server” tab. Here, you can see the servers you already have running or create a new one.
Before creating a server, it’s essential to set up your VPC. VPC stands for Virtual Private Cloud, which grants you a private cloud environment. To create a VPC, choose an IP range and let it start running. Additionally, create a subnet associated with the VPC by specifying the address range.
Once you have your VPC and subnet set up, you can create your server. Choose the Ubuntu operating system, select the VPC and subnet you just created, and choose a smaller server size if your project is simple. Give your server a name and let it auto-allocate IPs. You can also set a public IP later on. Save your server configuration and create it.
Deploying Your Project
After your server is created, the next step is to assign a public IP and open ports. Go to the “Public IP” section in the console and associate the IP with your server. Meanwhile, navigate to the “ACG” (Access Control Group) and open the necessary ports such as port 22 for server access and port 80, which is the standard port for HTTP requests.
With your server set up and the necessary ports open, access the server using the assigned public IP. Obtain the admin password, and use the terminal and SSH to connect to the server. Congratulations, your project is now deployed and accessible to the public!
Cloud-based hosting services, like NAVER Cloud Platform, offer a convenient and efficient way to deploy your project. By following the simple steps mentioned above, you can make your project accessible to the public without the hassle of setting up physical devices. Remember, cloud hosting provides a reliable and scalable solution for your hosting needs. If you have any specific questions or need further assistance, feel free to leave a comment below. Happy deploying!