• By Canonical IS DevOps
Channel Revision Published Runs on
latest/stable 84 20 Feb 2024
Ubuntu 22.04
latest/edge 85 29 Feb 2024
Ubuntu 22.04
juju deploy wordpress-k8s
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A Juju charm deploying and managing WordPress on Kubernetes. WordPress is the world’s most popular website builder, and it’s free and open-source.

This charm simplifies initial deployment and “day N” operations of WordPress on Kubernetes, including scaling the number of instances, integration with SSO, access to OpenStack Swift object storage for redundant file storage, and more. It allows for deployment on many different Kubernetes platforms, from MicroK8s to Charmed Kubernetes to public cloud Kubernetes offerings.

As such, the charm makes it easy for those looking to take control of their own content management system whilst keeping operations simple and gives them the freedom to deploy on the Kubernetes platform of their choice.

This charm will make operating WordPress simple and straightforward for DevOps or SRE teams through Juju’s clean interface. It will allow easy deployment into multiple environments to test changes and support scaling out for enterprise deployments.

In this documentation

Get started - a hands-on introduction to using the Charmed WordPress operator for new users
How-to guides
Step-by-step guides covering key operations and common tasks
Technical information - specifications, APIs, architecture
Concepts - discussion and clarification of key topics

Contributing to this documentation

Documentation is an important part of this project, and we take the same open-source approach to the documentation as the code. As such, we welcome community contributions, suggestions, and constructive feedback on our documentation. Our documentation is hosted on the Charmhub forum to enable easy collaboration. Please use the “Help us improve this documentation” links on each documentation page to either directly change something you see that’s wrong, ask a question, or make a suggestion about a potential change via the comments section.

If there’s a particular area of documentation that you’d like to see that’s missing, please file a bug.

Project and community

The WordPress Operator is a member of the Ubuntu family. It’s an open-source project that warmly welcomes community projects, contributions, suggestions, fixes, and constructive feedback.

Thinking about using the WordPress Operator for your next project? Get in touch!

Help improve this document in the forum (guidelines). Last updated 4 months ago.