Ubuntu cloud deployment

Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution. It is a stable server platform with support for all modern software including LAMP and LEMP stacks. While becoming popular on desktops it was specially prepared and adapted for servers as the Ubuntu Server OS. It is open source and based on Debian. The distribution has a high level of support and releases twice a year. For small and medium companies it can be a good alternative to Debian.

Some features of Ubuntu can be provided in the close integration with the Canonical's infrastructure. Such integration have caused the security concerns and the company founder received the Big Brother Award 2013.

Deploy4Me deploy and configure Ubuntu Server with all relevant security updates, FQDN configuration, rules for IP tables, cloud firewall configuration and build tools installed. Our cloud deployment of Ubuntu Server in a cloud is production ready.

Deploy Ubuntu to the clouds (click it)

Amazon Web Services EC2
Google Compute Engine

Ubuntu deployment options and scenarios

Standalone deployment


Step-by-Step LAMP installation

How to install Ubuntu in the cloud

To automatically deploy Ubuntu in a cloud follow the steps:

Sign in to Deploy4Me
Set up a connection to AWS, DigitalOcean or Google Cloud
Select Ubuntu and change the params if needed:
Server size
Operating system
and other params
Accept the license and make a payment if required

Deploy4Me tool deploys your software automatically. The installation starts after the last wizard step.
Just wait for email confirmation or watch the real time deployment log.
Once deployed, check your new servers in a cloud and start using it straight away!

Available in Cloud
Amazon Web Services EC2
Google Compute Engine
Canonical Ltd.
Available Versions
Server 16.04 LTS x64
Server 14.04 LTS x64
Operating System
Deploy4Me Pricing
Promoted deployment
Unix-like (Linux/BSD/Other)
Source Code
Open source
Supported on OS
Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS x64
Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS x64